The Hillel Israel committee promotes Israel advocacy and culture, with lectures by Arab-Israeli journalists like Khaled Abu Tomeh, top policy-makers and strategists like Yedida Stern and David Makovsky, and Israeli musicans and artists like Idan Raichel, Axum, Soulico, and Hadag Nachash.
The MASA Intern promotes long-term programs in Israel, such as study abroad opportunities and post-college programs. Learn more about MASA >
Emory Students for Israel (ESI) is an independent student group that partners with Hillel and other campus clubs to educate about Israel’s major contributions to the world in science, technology, literature, business, and human rights. ESI’s keystone event is iFest, a public fair timed with Yom Ha’atzmaut that brings hundreds of students to the middle of campus to learn about Israeli culture and society.
Stop by Hillel to check out Historical Highlights of Israel as reported in The New York Times
Israel's Birthday Newspaper – New York Times from May 15, 1948
History of Israel from the New York Times – 62 Pages of Historic Coverage