Instead, it has only a “staff advisor” and students vote on Hillel decisions.
“My parents encouraged us to be creative,” said Horn, who was active in the Hillel Dramatic Society at Harvard.
When I agreed to give that talk, I was told that the event was being sponsored by Hillel alone.
Writing for the Forward, the translator and journalist Hillel Halkin argues that settlements are no obstacles to peace.
The dinner with Burg was not cancelled and Burg was a welcome guest at the Hillel.
He was the grandson of Doctor Hillel, whose science as well as his consideration and holiness he had inherited.
Here again Hillel's Neo-Platonic tendencies are in evidence.
Witness Hillel, and indeed all the writers of the gnomic wisdom in the "Ethics of the Fathers."
These are the children of a sister of Hillel Besso, brought to Damascus for change of air.
Hillel and Shammai, the last "Pair," will be treated in a separate chapter.
masc. proper name, from Hebrew, literally "he praised."