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OU-JLIC at Queens College offers over 10 weekly learning opportunities every semester from our all-star team of OU-JLIC Torah Educators and Rabbinic Fellows!
Everyone’s schedules are still settling, so check back regularly over the next few weeks as we will continuously be adding additional chaburot for the Spring 2018 Semester!

Mondays

Mon
1:40pm

Netivot Shalom on the ParshaW

Rabbi Robby Charnoff | Hillel Beit Midrash

Whether you are looking for a way to uplift your week, deepen your relationship with G-d, share something at the table on Shabbat, or all of the above – this is the chaburah for you! Don’t miss out on the inspiration of this modern day Chassidic classic.

Tuesdays

Tues
1:40pm

A Deeper Look at Everyday MitvotW

Channah Cohen | Hillel Beit Midrash

For many of us, Judaism is something that we’ve always known and actively practiced. However, many of the traditions, halachot, and rituals that we do are meant to reflect deep truths and essential hashkafot in the life of the Jew. In this chaburah, we will explore some of these practices and the hashkafot that are embodied in our everyday mitzvot. In each chaburah we will address one prominent mitzvah such Shabbos, kashrus, tznius, prayer, marriage, etc., and examine several sources that address the meaning behind the mitzvah. This is a discussion based chaburah and opinions and questions are welcome and encouraged.

Wednesdays

Wed
11:15am

Shalom BayisW

Channah Cohen | Hillel Beit Midrash

In contemporary society, much time is spent in the “dating” stage of life, with much effort and attention given to how to date effectively and healthfully. However, very little focus is directed at the actual outcome: marriage. The relationship of marriage, and any intimate relationship, takes perspective, patience, and effort. In this chaburah, we will be learning the sefer “Kuntrus L’Kalos” of Rav Shlomo Wolbe and discussing his advice, guidance, and instruction for the development of a deep, meaningful, lasting relationship. This is a unique opportunity to already begin investing in the most important relationship in life.

Wed
12:30pm

All-New All-Different Shiur KlaliW

Rabbi Charnoff | Hillel Beit Midrash

OU-JLIC is proud to bring back an All-New All-Different Shiur Klali every Wednesday at Free Hour with Rabbi Charnoff! Since this will be Rabbi Charnoff’s last semester on campus, he will be giving a series entitled, “One Last Thing… An Unfiltered Series on Life’s Most Important Topics.” Each week will be on a totally different topic. Each week’s topic will be linked in some way to the Parsha or the time of the year. Some will have more sources and some will have less. Some will have more stories and anecdotes and some will have less. Some will be more personal, some will be less personal. All of them will have a huge impact! Followed by 1:20PM Mincha.
Note: No food is allowed in the Beit Midrash, so grab a quick lunch before the shiur.
This weekly shiur event is co-sponsored by the OU-JLIC Club Men’s Program and the OU-JLIC Club Women’s Program

Wed
12:30pm

All-New All-Different Shiur KlaliM

Rabbi Charnoff | Hillel Beit Midrash

OU-JLIC is proud to bring back an All-New All-Different Shiur Klali every Wednesday at Free Hour with Rabbi Charnoff! Since this will be Rabbi Charnoff’s last semester on campus, he will be giving a series entitled, “One Last Thing… An Unfiltered Series on Life’s Most Important Topics.” Each week will be on a totally different topic. Each week’s topic will be linked in some way to the Parsha or the time of the year. Some will have more sources and some will have less. Some will have more stories and anecdotes and some will have less. Some will be more personal, some will be less personal. All of them will have a huge impact! Followed by 1:20PM Mincha.
Note: No food is allowed in the Beit Midrash, so grab a quick lunch before the shiur.
This weekly shiur event is co-sponsored by the OU-JLIC Club Men’s Program and the OU-JLIC Club Women’s Program

Wed
5:00pm

Gemara Iyun: Topics in Masechet SanhedrinCE

Rabbi Pesach Chait | Hillel Beit Midrash

This weekly, in-depth, co-ed Gemara Iyun shiur will explore different sugyot in Masechet Sanhedrin. It will be given by Rabbi Pesach Chait, Menahel at Yeshiva Beni Torah in Far Rockaway and son of the Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Israel Chait. Rabbi Chait has been part of the Yeshiva staff since 1997 and currently teaches the daily intermediate Gemara shiur, a weekly nighttime hashkafa shiur, a weekly bekuis chaburah, and coordinates the Yeshiva’s Sunday morning learning program.

Thursdays