Archive for November, 2006
Beach Hillel has put the effort to stop the genocide in Darfur, and relief for Darfur refugees at the front of our social-action agenda. The crisis in Darfur has cost over 400,000 lives and displaced millions of people, according to the latest figures. Beach Hillel’s campaign has three major fronts: More >
ChanukahÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s most recognized symbol is getting an extreme makeoverÃ¢â‚¬â€again!
Just in time for 2006 Chanukah season, Beach Hillel unleashes Monster Menorah III, hoping to find this yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s most outrageous and creative college-student made menorah. Grand prize is $250, which ain’t too shabby either.
The Menorah is a nine-branched candelabra lit during the More >
Allow me to expand. The Hammers, fresh from an amazing game where they tied the Free Agents #2, another winless team, the Hammers won by forfeit. The other team just could not muster the number of players needed. Perhaps they were afraid of the Persian Pitching sensation Mike the Ray, More >
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Note: If you are interested in attending, or would like more information please call Temple Menorah at 310-316-8444. You can also contact me for more info. Take care, Lisa
Jewlicious 2.0 Last T-Shirts and Sweatshirt hoodies are on sale now on eBay. These sweet shirts are already classics. and make sure to bid today, or you will not be t a chance to eat them…
After spending the day combing the beach for broken bottles, foam cups, butts (the kind you can leave behind), a day of organizing and stocking tons of food at LA food banks, after a day of skid row assistance the 1000 college yids from Southern California and beyond celebrated the More >
Thats right. We have 25 women’s hoodies that we have to move right now. They can be purchased on EBAY this week. They make a great Hanukah Gift.
If you are in the Long Beach Area, you may buy one for $20 at Hillel’s Long Beach State offices in the Student More >
Vote Like You Mean It Exercise your right…to vote
Vote as if the machines will count correctly. Vote as if your vote were the deciding one. Vote as if you believe that we can each make a difference. Vote as if the Senate had asked you over for a coffee to More >