Rabbi in Residence Ari Schwarzberg enriches Jewish and Christian students’ learning experience with mentorship and convocation opportunities.
Stories from the Holocaust live on from generation to generation through the stories of the survivors.
Author of a Holocaust survivor’s biography shares the story of a man who devoted his life to telling his truth about the Holocaust.
Art by Cassandra Stephenson Freedom. Slavery. Tradition. Family. Very few meals are centered around ideas that require thoughtful thinking and honoring ancient traditions. At the Seder Meal, these ideas are the reason why Jewish families gather. The Seder Meal is a tradition celebrated by people of the Jewish faith during Passover. The meal consists of […]
Holocaust survivors visit Pepperdine to bake bread and talk to students
Photo courtesy of Anthony Wells The Buenos Aires program proves Jewish culture can be found in even the most tropical of locations. This past May and June, the Diane and Guilford Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies funded a month-long human rights program in Buenos Aires in collaboration with multiple parties. A group of 12 students […]