New KU graduate, Kenzie Litt, reflected on her time at KU Hillel, “I attribute many of my close friendships, accomplishments and memories to my time spent interning at Hillel and attending Hillel events. I am so thankful for the experiences I’ve had and I feel confident that I will continue leading a Jewish life post college due to the many positive experiences I had at Hillel,” she added.
Following the video, Rabbi Neal Schuster, KU Hillel Senior Jewish Educator, charged the students to continue learning and exploring their Judaism in the years to come. He concluded by spreading a tallit over the seniors and reciting the priestly blessing.
“Attending the Hillel Graduation brunch was a really nice way to end my time as a student at KU and it was even more special to share it with my family,” said recent graduate Jeremiah Carpenter. For more information about KU Hillel, contact Amy Sandler at Amy@kuhillel.org or 785-749-5397