By Zoe Grant, The Daily Illini. Person of the Week: Brian Rosen in the Hillel Sanctuary at the Margie K. & Louis N. Cohen Center for Jewish Life located at 5th and John Streets. “Brian is a combination of Robin Williams’ character from ‘Flubber,’ and a stereotypical rabbi priest who works as a camp counselor,” said David Eitan Barlaz, who is also from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Meet Naomi Shapiro - whose dedication and commitment to everything she does might explain why she’s so successful bringing Israel into the lives of so many people and keeping them connected. Adjectives such as dedicated, devoted, dependable, loyal, and committed were some of the words co-worker Sharna Marcus and friend Caryn Peretz used to describe her in nominating her for Double Chai in the Chi.
How to Get Really Dressed Up (If You're Not a Celebrity)
How to Get Really Dressed Up (If You're Not a Celebrity): Daily Beauty Reporter : We expect to see celebrities perfectly turned out on the red carpet: A stylist has secured them a new dress; a hair and makeup team has made them look flawless. But what about the women who aren’t professionally obligated...
By Zoe Grant, The Daily Illini | Eyal Rob, Professional DJ and music producer, speaks to students at Allen Hall Monday Evening. He discussed the unique history of the Tel Aviv music scene and new hybrid styles of music it has created.
By Rochelle Wilson, The Daily Illini Russian journalist Lidia Grafova, left, speaks to students and faculty on migration and human rights in the Russian Federation with the help of translator Richard Tempest, right, at Gregory Hall on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012.