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Why is Hillel important?

Ethan Goldwasser, IU Kelley School of Business, Class of 2013

“Business Leadership Initiative has provided me with the opportunity to meet so many successful Jewish alumni, while developing my own leadership skills. I truly believe that BLI has been among the most important programs I have participated in at IU.”  
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“Business Leadership Initiative has provided me with the opportunity to meet so many successful Jewish alumni, while developing my own leadership skills. I truly believe that BLI has been among the most important programs I have participated in at IU.”  

David Solkowitz, Class of 2017

The sports bar at IU’s Hillel is probably my new favorite thing. I even texted my friend to tell him he should be jealous because my Hillel is better than his!
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The sports bar at IU’s Hillel is probably my new favorite thing. I even texted my friend to tell him he should be jealous because my Hillel is better than his!

Adam Sobol

Hillel is awesome!
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Hillel is awesome!

IU Beginnings

Are you an incoming first year student?

FIRST TIME EVER!

Join IU Hillel for a Trip of Jewish Chicago

August 14-18, 2015

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Meet friends before IU officially begins

Register with Indiana University: IU Beginnings Trips


P180 Classes

Get IU Credit While Getting Involved at Hillel

making friends and having LOTS of FUN

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CLICK HERE for the full list of classes


Campus Superstar is Coming

Sunday, April 19!

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Senior Shabbat

For Graduating Seniors and their Families:

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Very Special Senior Shabbat Celebration

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Click here  to watch the video of
Ari Shavit’s visit to the IU campus

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Leading Israeli journalist and author, Ari Shavit, was interviewed by Idie Kesner, Dean of the Kelley School of Business on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015

 


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