Last week, Leah Grynheim, a senior at Indiana University Bloomington, published her first blog post for The Times of Israel: “Hillel excludes pro-Israel narratives.” Grynheim condemned the acts of Hillels across the nation, claiming that the organization has “failed to uphold their mission statement,” and she specifically mentioned my college, Clark University.

Yet, what Grynheim claims to be true, in reality, holds no water to what is actually occurring on campus.

I am lucky to be the President of ClarkU Hillel. I am able to be part of an organization that allows me to find Judaism in my own life. I joined my freshman year and found a community in which I felt safe and included. As President, I have been able to watch this organization grow, reaching out to more and more student organizations each week to collaborate on events and welcome them into our space.

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Click here to read the full article in The Times of Israel.

Contributed by Clark University Hillel President Monica Sager.

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