9/4/22 Dance a new Torah into the JRC
“The JRC has had the most unbelievable impact on my life, and while I will never be able to completely repay Rabbi Fully and Shani for their dedication and commitment to the JRC, I felt that it was only right to pay it forward and bring them in on this special mitzvah. In a time and place where it is so easy to get lost and confused with religion, the JRC staff was always there to help and guide me on the path. I am beyond grateful that the JRC came into my life and am ecstatic that Hashem has put me in the place where I can help further the mission of the JRC.
Just as the JRC draws Jews in and brings everyone together, whether for a Shabbos on campus, Yom Tov in their homes, or for a Gemara and grill with Rabbi Yitz, so too does a Sefer Torah bring all Jews of all different backgrounds together. On Shabbat morning you cannot have a Minyan without a Sefer Torah, and when you think about it, it is the Torah that is the glue to the Minyan, and the Torah that brings everyone together. And it is because of this that I believe Hashem wanted this Torah to go to the JRC. To help them continue bringing our Jewish nation together. One wolverine at a time.”
− Brian Nathan class of 2021