SATO Corner January ’24


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SATO Corner January ’24

Posted on January 4, 2024

Hey USY! I’m your international Sa/To and today we are going to be seeing which region recycles the most. By regions I mean the states that the regions are a part of. In order to see which region recycles the most, we will go by the percent of their waste that they recycle. First off, Continue Reading »

Rel/Ed Corner January ’24

Posted on January 4, 2024

I believe that Judaism is a religion based on belief.  Judaism is a monotheistic religion with a belief that there is only one God. It is one of the first things a Jewish child is taught, when we learn to say the Shema, שְׁמַע יִשְׂרָאֵל יְהוָה אֱלֹהֵינוּ יְהוָה אֶחָד Listen Israel, the Lord our God, Continue Reading »

Intro to USY newsletter

Posted on January 4, 2024

Shalom!  We are thrilled to welcome you to the first edition of our newsletter, a vibrant tapestry of news, insights, and exciting happenings within our USY community. As we embark on this journey together, we invite you to explore thoughtful insights into Judaism, stay aware of the dynamic developments in Israel, and dive into the Continue Reading »

How To Help Israel During Times of War

Posted on December 12, 2023

Hey USYers! We know that the war in Israel is very hard for our entire community. If you need any support the International board members and staff are always there to talk along with your regional and chapter staff. It is important to show our support for Israel in this tough time. There are a Continue Reading »

A letter to my Jewish teen community

Posted on December 12, 2023

As we all know, there is a very sad and deadly war going on in the Middle East currently with Israel and Hamas. We are starting to see things that haven’t been seen or done since the times of the Holocaust, such as killing a mass amount of innocent Jews or labeling houses of people Continue Reading »

sukkot traditions

Posted on October 6, 2023

My Favorite Sukkot Traditions As we know, sukkot has some super interesting traditions! I want to share with you all my favorites. We all have a memory of  being asked by our parents to help build and decorate the sukkah with all of the art that we created when we were in preschool.  For some, Continue Reading »

Answering Your Questions About Sukkot

Posted on October 3, 2023

What is Sukkot? Why do we celebrate sukkot? Why do we sleep in a sukkah? These are all some very commonly asked questions that I’d love to provide the answers to!  To start, Sukkot is one of the three main Jewish harvest holidays of the year. These are referred to as the shalosh regalim, which Continue Reading »

Does Participating in Ruach Release Endorphins?

Posted on October 3, 2023

By: Alexa Johnson  It is the Sunday morning of a kinnus, you are tired from last night’s festivities and suddenly you are asked to participate in the Ruach circle. You do not feel like participating, but decide to help out. You step into the circle and start singing and suddenly you hear everyone yelling back Continue Reading »

Yom Kippur

Posted on September 29, 2023

Yom Kippur this year starts on Sunday evening, September 24. As you all may have learned, Yom Kippur is a day to look back at your past year and see where you may have gone wrong. It is the perfect time to reflect on your year and see what improvements you may want to make Continue Reading »

LTI Unpacked

Posted on September 18, 2023