At Jewish Life at Duke, one of our guiding principles is to meet students where they are and provide them a space to explore their Jewish identity. For some, Jewish Life at Duke is the place where they returned to, strengthened, or even discovered their connection to Judaism. Ben Thier '20 shares his (touching and funny!) story of finding that connection below:
Sent in a message to the Jewish Life at Duke listserv June 3, 2020.
A message from the Center for Muslim Life newsletter, June 5, 2020. To subscribe click here.
As-salaamu-alaikum to my Duke Community,
From an email to Student Affairs staff on June 5, 2020.
A Blessing for the Class of 2020 by Kenny Green ’20, JSU President (2019-2020)
Cara You was a graduate student in the Master of Quantitative Management Business Analytics program at Duke Fuqua School of Business. She is from Beijing, China and received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado, Denver. Because of the recommendation of her favorite professor at University of Colorado as well as her love for Duke basketball, Cara chose to come and study at Duke.
3 Lessons I've Learned from Virtual Shabbat with Jewish Life at Duke
Felicia Lim is a fourth-year PhD candidate in Duke’s Molecular Cancer Biology program. She also participates in the Global Health Doctoral Certificate Program as she is interested in using her expertise in research to enter science diplomacy and global health fields.
Tell me a little about your journey and how you ended up at Duke!