“Apparel is a great way to get our brand out to the public and get the Kansas City community more interested in KU Hillel,” said Carly Stein, KU Hillel’s director of development.
“The new KU Hillel clothing is something I am really excited about,” said KU Senior, Leah Swartz. “It has been years since KU Hillel came out with new clothing like this and I can’t wait to see it popping up around campus and in Kansas City.”
KU Hillel officially launched the selling of their apparel at the Jewish Arts Festival on October 6. “What better way to support the Jewish community in Lawrence and KU by wearing this new clothing, I am especially excited for the new Jayhawk kippot,” said KU sophomore, Sam Benson.