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AEPi (Alpha Epsilon Pi)
AEPi is the premier, and only, Jewish fraternity on campus. Following in the tradition of our forefathers, we are a nomadic tribe – wandering between classes, parties, and the halls of power and influence on campus. That is to say, we are un-housed; spread all over Stanford residentially, academically, and socially. Whether you’re at a hackathon, a student government meeting, a Co-op dance party, or a theatre performance – you’re bound to see (and be impressed by) an AEPi brother. We’re an ambitious, intellectual bunch but we also like to have fun. We host parties, mixers, brotherhood chill sessions, as well as philanthropy and Jewish life programming. AEPi provides a comfortable environment to express, explore or ignore your Jewish identity.
Reach out to President Sam Lurye ( to hear more about Jewish-themed shenanigans.

Challah for Hunger
Bake and sell fresh Challah every week. Proceeds support local and international hunger relief organizations. Contacts: Peter Morgan (, Madeline Lee (

JQ (Jewish Queers)
JQ is a group of Jewish Queer students and allies who come together to celebrate our identities, to learn about how those identities intersect, and to socialize over fun programs like our annual Coming Out….of Egypt Passover seder. 

JSA (Jewish Student Assocation)
JSA hosts regular social programs like kosher BBQs and Bagel Brunches through the year. Free food and great company always win! 
Contact: Jacob Kaplan-Lipkin (

JewFro & SoJew
JewFro is a fun space for Jewish frosh to get together! SoJew is the same concept for Jewish sophomores!
Contact: Jonah Glick-Unterman (

J Street U educates and advocates for peace, security and social justice in the State of Israel and in the future state of Palestine. J Street U is the student organizing arm of J Street, the political home for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans.
Contact: Zoe Goldbum (

SIA (Stanford Israel Association)
SIA is a student group at Stanford University that celebrates the Jewish state and its rich culture. We aim to educate the Stanford community about Israel and the Middle East through events focusing on art, food, music, politics and everything in between.
Contacts: Avi Kaye (, Cami Tussie (, Stav Spinzi (, Cami Katz (

TAMID offers hands-on work by allowing students to join student-led consulting teams that advise Israeli companies on solutions to important business problems. In the summer, members will have the opportunity to participate in the TAMID summer internship in Israel!
Contacts: Akhil Maddukuri (, Charlie Goldberg (, Daniel Valner (, Gaby Goldberg (


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Taube Hillel House & Koret Pavilion at the Ziff Center for Jewish Life
565 Mayfield Avenue
Stanford, CA 94305-8456
(650) 723-1602