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August 28, 1992 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-28

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OF COLORADO
Boulder, Colo.
General population: 25,000
Jewish population: 1,800
Kosher food: Hillel has a
kosher kitchen and provides a
Shabbat meal once a month;
Hillel also offer meals on the
High Holidays, festivals and
other special occasions
Contact: Hillel (303) 442-6571
Comments: The Hillel group is
active; there is a strong
Jewish student council and an
American Movement for
Israel. Hillel co-sponsors a
Holocaust Awareness week
along with many other
programs.
Student Perspective: Peter
Scher, 19, Atlanta, "The school
is not segregated in Jewish
and non-Jewish life unless
you're in a Jewish fraternity
or sorority."

STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Stanford, Calif
General population: 13,000
Jewish population: 1,500
Kosher food: Daily and
Passover kosher co-op at
Hillel, monthly Shabbat
dinners, holidays; vegetarian
dining alternatives
Religious Services: Friday
evening; LiberaVSaturday
mornings; holidays; Reform,
Conservative/Orthodox,
Chabad available near
campus
Contact: Hillel (415) 723-1602
Comments: Hillel at Stanford
is one of the most active
campus organizations. A
student board coordinates a
variety of activities, ranging
from sports to social action as
well social events. The local
community is supportive.
Student Perspective: Richard
Rosenbaum 20, Short Hills,
N.J., "Stanford is a lot
different than any East Coast
school because the Jewish
community is not very strong.
There are no Jewish sororities
and only one fraternity. It is
not easy to meet other Jewish
students. Hillel, for the most
part, offers more religious
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