by Lisa Khoury
Students and faculty stared at Brian Kupferberg and 30 of his Jewish fraternity brothers who walked around school in a single-file line in complete silence, dressed in all black, on Monday afternoon.
As they walked around a crowded North Campus, a student in Capen Cafe broke the silence as she exclaimed to her friend: “Oh, I think it’s for Holocaust Remembrance.”
The brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, a few sisters from Phi Sigma Sigma sorority and campus Rabbi Avrohom Gurary embraced the uncomfortable stares and whispers as they thought of what their parents, grandparents and ancestors affected by the Holocaust went through. The group celebrated Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, by participating in the fraternity’s third-annual Holocaust Memorial Walk...more.
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