Pho + Falafel = Pholafel? David Project interns at Vanderbilt University partnered with the Asian American Student Association for a night of dialogue and understanding.
Israel Uncovered participants at Temple University recently hosted an event about the Syrian Refugee Crisis after visiting Ziv Hospital in Israel.
Katie Glickman, a David Project intern from Queens College highlights many of the great moments and lessons from the recent NYC retreat.
Alex Harris from the University of Michigan writes that Jewish liberation is an important them of both ancient and modern times.
After going on Israel Uncovered, Keziah Hidalgo from University of Southern California planned an event called Beyachad to celebrate both the Israeli and Filipino cultures.
David Project interns at Baruch College and Temple University brought Assi Azar to campus to strengthen relationships with the LGBTQ community
Erick Cohen from The George Washington University recounts his personal experience at the 2018 Latinos and Jews United Summit.
Stephanie Black, a David Project intern at American University, writes that celebrating Women's History Month is highlighting the incredible advancements made by women today.
David Project interns at the University of Massachusetts Amherst recently partnered with a number of organizations to put on the inaugural Multicultural Festival.
Vanderbilt University hosts Sunday supper with University Catholic.
Delaney Kahlert, a National Student Board Member, highlights the amazing moments from the 2018 West Coast Student Retreat
David Project interns at UC Davis partnered with the LGBT community to bring Abby Stein to campus for a conversation on religion and gender identity.
Chandler Rankin from the University of Cincinnati writes about the importance of commemorating Black History Month.
On February 12th, the Jewish community and Black community came together for The Black-Jewish Dialogues. The performance was an insightful discussion on their shared relationship and combating prejudice.
Devin K. Harvin, campus leader from Boston University, writes that the different emotions he felt throughout the country left a lasting impact on his experience in Israel.
On Friday, February 9th, students at the University of Southern California brought together the Jewish and Christian communities as part of the Avi Schaefer Interfaith Shabbat
While visiting the JNF Playground, Marisa Trezza from the University of Delaware reflects on how this special place left such a profound impact.
Suzie O'Michael, campus leader from Boston University, writes about her life-changing experiences on Israel Uncovered.