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The Jewish Students Association-Hillel (JSA-Hillel) has organized a Shabbat service open to all of campus to educate non-Jewish students, as well as encourage unity on campus. Shabbat is the observation of the Sabbath, which starts every Friday at sundown and ends on Saturday at sundown. There is no strict way of celebrating Shabbat; it is the day of the week meant for rest and reflection. JSA-Hillel will hold this celebration of Shabbat on Jan. 19...

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Anna Rado, a Holocaust survivor and San Antonio resident, gave a lecture in Laurie Auditorium on Monday at 7 p.m. The event was open to the public; roughly 150 people were in attendance. After Rado spoke about her time in Auschwitz and her experience of losing most of her family members, she spoke about her gratitude and desire to spread a positive message. “After all the things I went through, I am still very blessed...

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Practicing Jewish students were disappointed to learn that the Cashmere Cat concert was rescheduled for Sept. 30 — the same day that they will be concluding a 24-hour period of fasting and prayer in observance of Yom Kippur, one of Judaism’s most significant holidays. Members of the Student Involvement staff have apologized to Jewish Student Association-Hillel (JSA) and are developing a policy for navigating potential conflicts between student programming and religious holidays. Yom Kippur, or...