Archive for January, 2009
Using their best poster making and geurilla theater skills, the MSA and their non-Muslim or MSA affiliated students at CSULB launch an attack on Israel and make Jewish students feel uncomfortable on the quad on campus.
A student came into the University Interfaith Center on Tuesday at CSULB and asked all More >
Our fifth annual festival is just over a month away! We have some great updates, surprises, and all around exciting news. Lets get to the first things first Advance Tickets are now on sale starting at $36. After February 1st they will be going up in price More >
For anyone wanting to get a good handle on American Jewish History CSULB gives you a great opportunity this spring. Dr Lazarowitz is teaching the class this spring, and there is still room…Tell your friends!
Monday and Wednesday 2-3:15
If you want to know more about the Program in Jewish Studies major More >
UC Irvine is opening a law school that will begin next fall. The inaugural class will only have 60 students, as the university has set a goal of making this a top 20 Law school in the next 10 years. The first class will also be offered full tuition scholarships. More >
UCI Alum, Jewlicious Computer Czar, and friend of Beach Hillel Boaz Carmi took some amazing pictures of Yesterday’s event.
Jewish students and community members were out in force standing together for Israel.
The Obama Inauguration Committee has also graciously invited four Hillel students to participate in two inaugural week activities. We are contacting all Hillel students returning from Israel trips (including Alternative Breaks and Taglit-Birthright Israel) as well as from New Orleans Alternative Spring Breaks from the past year to share their More >
From the Jewish Federation of Long Beach and West Orange County: The Gaza/Israel Situation: Important Update
* Our Israeli Sister Communities Under Attack * Local Congregations Defaced with Anti-Israel Messages * Talking Points, Links and Washington Contacts
Jewish Federation of Greater Long Beach and West Orange County stands firmly in support of More >