This fall, students at Kennesaw State University Hillel planted daffodils on campus to honor the 1.5 million children murdered in the Holocaust.

Dr. Catherine Lewis, KSU Professor of History and Executive Director of the Museum of History and Holocaust Education, offered words on the importance of the Jewish community’s focus on honoring the memory of Holocaust victims.

KSU Daffodil Planting Dr. Lewis

Avital Shimon and Esther Steingold, KSU undergraduate students and Hillel student leaders, expressed their gratefulness for a tight-knit Jewish community on campus and excitement for continued growth.

Mr. Norman Radow, Member of the Kennesaw State University Foundation Board of Trustees, offered wisdom and insight to students on the potential for growing Jewish community on campus, and the importance of honoring our collective past.

KSU Daffodil Planting Audience

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