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Largest-Ever Freshman Class Concludes a Year of Study and War
May 28, 2024

Largest-Ever Freshman Class Concludes a Year of Study and War

For many Israeli twenty-somethings, hatiyul hagadol (“the Big Trip”) is a rite of passage: a way to air out and readjust to the world after…

Shalem Grads Fight Invisible Battle: Rights for Reservists’ Wives
May 28, 2024

Shalem Grads Fight Invisible Battle: Rights for Reservists’ Wives

As with so many things in Israel, this too began as a WhatsApp group. “A bunch of women whose husbands had been drafted since October…

Shalem Launches One-of-a-Kind Program in Strategy, Diplomacy, and Security
May 28, 2024

Shalem Launches One-of-a-Kind Program in Strategy, Diplomacy, and Security

Next month, Shalem College will conclude the first year of its new Program in Strategy, Diplomacy, and Security, designed to help prepare Israel’s future leaders…

The Learning Goes On: How Shalem Found Strength in its Learning Community
February 7, 2024

The Learning Goes On: How Shalem Found Strength in its Learning Community

In a sermon he delivered at Oxford University at the start of World War Two, author C.S. Lewis addressed the feeling, common to many students,…

Fear No Evil: Shalem Mission Brings North American Undergraduates to Jerusalem
February 7, 2024

Fear No Evil: Shalem Mission Brings North American Undergraduates to Jerusalem

In the weeks after October 7th, the Shalem College leadership met to discuss how it could assist both its students and the country as they…

Food for Hearts and Minds: Shalem Brings Ideas (and Meals) to the Front Lines
January 31, 2024

Food for Hearts and Minds: Shalem Brings Ideas (and Meals) to the Front Lines

How a Shalem initiative ensures that Israel’s soldiers have not only home-cooked meals, but also food for thought.

Shalem Graduate Calls Out Harvard on Support for Hamas
January 25, 2024

Shalem Graduate Calls Out Harvard on Support for Hamas

Harvard doctoral student JJ Kimche ’19 is publicly calling out Harvard for its response to pro-Hamas support on campus.

A Small Liberal Arts College, and Jerusalem’s Largest War-Relief Initiative
December 4, 2023

A Small Liberal Arts College, and Jerusalem’s Largest War-Relief Initiative

The day after Hamas’ October 7th attack, Director of Service and Citizenship Gila Rockman, together with students, alumni, and members of her department, established a…

Fighting the Battle for Public Opinion, One Story at a Time
December 4, 2023

Fighting the Battle for Public Opinion, One Story at a Time

How a Shalem graduate and current student are empowering Jews abroad to share the real story of October 7th, and counter false  narratives.

In Memoriam: Amir Sekori, z”l
December 4, 2023

In Memoriam: Amir Sekori, z”l

A tribute to Amir Sekori, a Shalem College sophomore who gave his life on October 7th to defend his people and country.

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