FridayPiday: Josh Kopelman (Oklahoma, 2012)

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Jim’s Journal: Fighting Antisemitism

This won’t be one of my normal articles (look for one next week discussing our upcoming summer convention plans). Today, I have to address the concerning rise in antisemitism both here in the United States and around the world and the role that our fraternity can and should play...

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FridayPiDay — Brother Zach Loeb (CU – Boulder, 1997)

“Starting a wellness company focused on the workplace in the middle of a pandemic wasn’t really in my plans, but I’ve been able to make it work by helping others to focus on mindfulness and wellness,” said Brother Zach Loeb, (Colorado, 1997). And, now, working to help employees and...

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19 May, 2021

VOICES: Adam Levine (Massachusetts, 2022)

19 May, 2021

Adam Levine (Massachusetts, 2022) is a native of Framingham, MA who was recently honored for being one of the world’s most successful college fundraisers for Movember. That alone would make his story interesting but Adam’s personal struggles with mental health make his story extraordinary. We share his story this...

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12 May, 2021

Voices: Living, and Dying, in Israel

12 May, 2021

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FridayPiday: Dan Elbaum (Illinois, 1996)

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04 May, 2021

Become a Movember Student Ambassador

04 May, 2021

Are you passionate about raising awareness about cancer? If so, Movember is looking for a student ambassador to join its program! The Student Ambassador Program is designed for creative and enthusiastic students who want to champion men’s health by raising funds and spark conversations on campus about men’s health...

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04 May, 2021

Work at Camp This Summer!

04 May, 2021

If you’re looking for something to do this summer, consider working at a Jewish camp. The Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) will help you find your summer home by connecting you with camps they think you’ll love. You’ll learn more about the camps and their open positions. All you...

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