Welcome to

Hillel at Miami University of Ohio!


Hillel Foundation at Miami University is the center for Jewish life on the Oxford campus. Hillel fosters a warm and vibrant Jewish community that is always open to new ideas and initiatives. We welcome all to campus, look forward to meeting and getting to know our students, parents and alumni, and helping students explore and celebrate throughout their days at Miami.


The Israel Trail:

Conversation with Photographer Udi Goren





Udi Goren is a world class photographer who traveled through Israel taking pictures of the famous trail that leads from the very north of Israel to the south most point of the Negev. Udi will share with us his journey, photography tips and so much more. Want to win a special prize from Udi? Participate in our photography contest by following these three easy steps:

  • 1. Scroll through your photos and select an OUTDOOR picture that you took of scenery or of yourself.

  • 2. Send it to hilak@miamioh.edu.

  • 3. All the pictures will be uploaded to a Facebook album for people to look through and "LIKE". The photo with the most "LIKE"s will be the WINNING PICTURE! The winner will get a blown up version signed by Udi Goren.

  • Tuesday: Nov. 29
  • 6:00 - 8:30 PM
  • Hillel

 


Challah for Hunger






Challah for Hunger brings people together to bake and sell challah to raise money and awareness around issues of hunger. No experience necessary! Make sure to stop by Armstrong on Friday, Nov. 4 to purchase your challah and support the efforts to combat hunger.


  • Thursday, Nov. 3
  • 6:30 PM
  • Hillel

 


Inclusivity Shabbat







This Shabbat we will be hosting the start of the Diversity Affair's Council Multicultural Leadership Conference. Please join us as we celebrate and learn about diversity across the world. Come for services, come for dinner, come for both!




  • Friday, Nov. 4
  • 5:30 PM - Services
  • 6:30 PM - Dinner
  • Hillel

 


Bonfire Havdalah





Come spend your Saturday night with your friends! We will begin by doing havdalah by the bonfire and then eating smores, drinking hot chocolate and singing by the fire!

Saturday, Nov. 5
7:00 PM
Hillel