Balfour-Hillel

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Balfour-Hillel

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

References in the The Flat Hat, William & Mary News, and Alumni Gazette:

  • Members arrange meeting FH, 9/26/1933, pg. 7.
  • Will soon join religious council FH, 10/10/1933, pg. 7.
  • Elects officers FH, 5/8/1934, pg. 2.
  • Rabbi Eugene Greenfield addresses Balfour Club FH, 11/15/1944, pg. 3.
  • Balfour Club honors Bud Weintraub at party FH, 4/4/1945, pg. 2.
  • Club elects Rita Koppelman president FH, 4/11/1945, pg. 2.
  • Holds first social Event FH, 10/3/1945, pg. 6.
  • Speakers address members FH, 10/10/1945, pg. 2.
  • Jewish leaders address Balfour group FH, 12/5/1945, pg. 2.
  • Club plans music, movies for party FH, 2/27/1946, pg. 3.
  • Group attends Virginia meet FH, 3/13/1946, pg. 12.
  • Rabbi Weinman speaks in Wren Chapel FH, 3/20/1946, pg. 8.
  • Club elects officers, members celebrate passive FH, 4/17/1946, pg. 8.
  • Balfour Club chooses Stan Mervis president FH, 4/24/1946, pg. 3.
  • Picnics at shelter FH, 5/8/1946, pg. 4.
  • Clark to review book during meeting FH, 10/8/1946, pg. 3.
  • Kernodle will speak on interfaith marriage FH, 11/15/1946, pg. 7.
  • Rabbi Kollin addresses College Chapel service FH, 11/19/1946, pg. 3.
  • Elects Schwartzman new head FH, 5/30/1947, pg. 6.
  • Holds services FH, 9/23/1947, pg. 4.
  • New officers FH, 5/3/1949, pg. 3.
  • Meets to celebrate Hanukkah FH, 12/16/1952, pg. 9.
  • Elects officers FH, 4/20/1954, pg. 11.
  • Elects officers FH, 10/19/1954, pg. 7.
  • Monte Binder speaks FH, 11/15/1955, pg. 10.
  • Holds chapel services FH, 9/25/1956, pg. 10.
  • Dean Marsh speaks FH, 11/6/1956, pg. 5.
  • Reboussin speaks on ‘One Religion for All’ FH, 3/11/1958, pg. 10.
  • Sponsors Folk singers depicting history of Jewish people FH, 11/25/1960, pg. 2.
  • Sponsors Jewish Folk singing team FH, 12/2/1960, pg. 6.
  • Sponsors Folk Singers FH, 12/2/1960, pg. 12 (picture).
  • Israeli speaker Hanan Bar-On FH, 11/15/1963, pg. 2.
  • Israel Awareness Night WMN, 3/15/1983, pg. 4.
  • To present lecture series examining anti-semitism WMN, 2/21/1985, pg. 2.
  • To hold Passover dinner WMN, 4/3/1985, pg. 3.
  • Sponsoring Sabbath Services FH, 11/22/1985, pg. 14.
  • Sponsoring Sabbath Services FH, 12/6/1985, pg. 15.
  • Will sponsor regular Sabbath Services FH, 1/24/1986, pg. 15.
  • Holding a free brunch WMN, 2/12/1986, pg. 3, 20.
  • To hold an interfaith service for religious freedom in the Soviet Union WMN, 2/19/1986, pg. 3.
  • Holding a spaghetti dinner FH, 3/21/1986, pg. 17.
  • Joshua Rubenstein to speak on “Human Rights and Soviet Jews” WMN, 9/10/1986, pg. 3 (picture).
  • Sponsors programs on Soviet Jewry WMN, 10/29/1986, pg. 3.
  • Sponsors “Reguesh,” an Israeli dance group WMN, 1/28/1987, pg. 2; FH, 1/30/1987, pg. 6.
  • Jewish dancers energize PBK FH, 2/6/1987, pg. 13, 15 (picture).
  • To hold Passover Sedar WMN, 4/8/1987, pg. 3; WMN, 3/23/1988, pg. 7.
  • Judaic art celebrated WMN, 3/17/1993, pg. 3.
  • 5755 days of AWE services WMN, 9/7/1994, pg. 4.
  • Hillel of W&M Alumni Search AG, March 2000, pg. 16.
  • Ties that bind FH, 4/21/2000, pg. 5.
  • Holocaust survivors reflect FH, 4/21/2000, pg. 6 (picture).

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