Hillel Maryville University

Maryville Hillel: Chinese Food and a Movie

Come join Hillel as we watch a movie and indulge in Chinese food! We will have all of your favorite Chinese classics and we can't wait to see all of… Read More

Big Sonia movie poster

Maryville Hillel and Maryville Talks Movies Present: Big Sonia

Maryville Talks Movies series brings together students and the St. Louis community to watch and discuss significant films in a variety of genres. This week’s film will be Big Sonia.… Read More

Hillel Hangouts

Hillel would like to invite everyone for a weekly hangout! We will have food, games, and activities. Come hang out with us in McNally! Bring a friend if you want… Read More

Paul Kravitz, Maryville Hillel Advisory Council Chair, receiving an award

Maryville Hillel Advisory Council Chair Receives Award

Paul Kravitz, Maryville Hillel Advisory Council chair, has received the 2019 JProStl Partnership Award in honor of his dedication to Maryville University and the St. Louis Jewish community.

Read More
Erin Schreiber, manager, Maryville University Hillel

Maryville University Hillel Receives International Award

Maryville University Hillel has received the Campus Partnership Award from Hillel International for creating partnerships with other diverse campus groups.

Read More

Around the Table with Hillel

Learn about the Jewish community, while also enjoying delicious food. Read More

Maryville University press release M logo

Maryville University Hillel Opens on Campus

The creation of a Maryville University Hillel marks the first time more than one Hillel will be serving students in the St. Louis community.

Read More

Purim Interactive Program

Join Maryville Hillel for a celebration of the holiday of Purim! Purim is a holiday that celebrates identity, speaking up for yourself and others and how we hide or assert… Read More

‘Big Sonia’ Honors Holocaust Survivor

Maryville Talks Movies and Maryville Hillel announce a special screening of the award-winning documentary about one of the last remaining Holocaust survivors in Kansas City.

Read More