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General "About" Binghamton University & Hillel at Binghamton FAQs
Shabbat is the time each week when the Jewish community at Binghamton University comes together to relax and celebratein a warm, welcoming, and pluralistic atmosphere.
Every week Hillel hosts student led Reform and Conservative services followed by a FREE festive Shabbat dinner with over 200 students in the University Union.
To learn more about Shabbat with Hillel at Binghamton please click here.
Holidays mark the changing of the seasons and the flow of the year for the Jewish people and are observed and celebrated in Hillel at Binghamton's pluralistic community. We strive to make sure that the needs of all Jewish students are met and that everyone has a place to observe the different holidays through the year.
Hillel at Binghamton helps to coordinate observances and communal celebrations for students to enjoy:
For moredetails about how the different holidays are celebrated with Hillel please click here.