Brandeis Bridges .
(photo credit: Courtesy)
For most Jewish North American college stu- dents interested in spending some
time in Israel there is a plethora of organized pro- gramming options available.
These trips tend to focus on providing these young adults with the means of
exploring their ancient heritage through a variety of wide-ranging tours and
educa- tional experiences throughout the country.However, this spring
one diverse group of college stu- dents from Brandeis University plans on
visiting Israel on a 10-day mission, and then using the experience not as an
“end” but as a “means” towards creating a new cul- ture back on campus that
centers on bridging the gaps between different peoples, passions, and