Bobcats for Israel and The Movement Organization lead by example in religious tolerance by hosting a screening of a documentary.
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Hillel hosts a drive to get people into the National Bone Marrow registry.
Just two weeks after New York City’s Climate March, the push for environmental awareness still lingers even in the town of Athens.
Ohio University’s Hillel plans to “mitzvah it up,” with its annual construction of a sukkah — or block-like structure that is covered with cloth on three sides — for Sukkot.
Enrique Morones comes to talk immigration, importance
OPIE helps form bonds between international and American OU students
Athens law enforcement and African American organizations step in each other’s shoes as they vocally express the limitations they have between one another.
Multiple Rosh Hashanah services occur throughout the week.
The subject of race is not going away anytime soon, and writer Charles W. Mills tells us there’s a reason for that.