Brett Losen '14
Foundation Office Assistant
Majors: Classics, minor in Biology
Hometown: Calmar, IA
"Dartmouth Hillel is transforming lives through its continued philanthropy and innovative programming. Jewish students come to the Roth Center to learn, socialize and study under Rabbi Boraz. Our Hillel is focused on the future, challenging new ways of thinking and reacting to the world. Our students bring energy to the Roth Center and channel it into community service, social activism, and religious life. Dartmouth Hillel is open to all students and faculty, and it is considered to be the friendliest place on campus. We regularly host campus-wide events and lectures in our state-of-the-art sanctuary."
The Roth Center for Jewish Life, 5 Occom Ridge, serves as home for Dartmouth Hillel. Hillel planning meetings, Tuesdays, 6:00pm; Shabbat Services and dinner Friday evenings and Saturday at 9:30am. Torah study is at 8:30am on Saturday. Consult "Jewish Life" Blitzmail Bulleting on Hillel web page for times of Friday night services, events for the holidays, and Shabbat meals.
- El Salvador Alternative Spring Break
- Interfaith brunches
- Jewish Big Brother/ Big Sister project
- The Dartmouth Ski Shabbaton
- Shabbat services
Last Updated: 8/7/11