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Jewish Owl of the Week

Benjamin Perlow

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Full Name: Benjamin Hy Perlow
Hometown: Norcross, Ga
Class Year: 2020
Major: Finance

Can you tell us your favorite part about KSU thus far? All of the new people I have met at KSU has been my favorite part.
 
What do you find the most difficult aspect of being a college student?  Time management, it’s difficult to balance your school work with your social life.
 
How would you describe yourself to someone who does not know you? I am a very easy going person. I love all kinds of movies and listening and playing to music.
 
If you could have one super power, what would that be? Why?
My super power would be telekinesis because I am lazy, and I would never have to move to get stuff.
 
You are involved with Chabad on campus. What was your first impression of the organization? I think it is a great organization that helps bring young Jews together.
 
You recently went to NYC with Chabad to the 2017 Pegisha. Tell us about the highlights of the trip.  I thought the best part was being able to run around Crown Heights! We got to see one of the biggest Jewish hubs in the world!
 
What is one of your favorite Jewish traditions/holiday? My favorite holiday is Hanukkah.  
 
Why would you encourage Jewish students to get involved with Chabad? Because Chabad gives you the chance to meet and connect with Jewish people your own age!
 
Favorite Jewish Food?
Matzah  brei  

Devon Flack

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Full Name: Devon Flack
Hometown: Marietta, GA
Class Year: 2018
Major: Hospitality
 
Can you share with us, your most meaningful and enjoyable part of your college career so far?  Meeting amazing people and getting to take some really unique classes.
 
Who is currently your biggest role model? My parents are my biggest role models.
 
If you’re not in classes, what else are you doing? Tell us some of your favorite hobbies/activities? Singing, going to concerts and theater productions, reading, hanging with friends, working out at the gym or hiking.
 
What is one of your favorite Jewish traditions/holiday? Having a traditional Shabbat dinner with my family every Friday night.
 
Why would you encourage Jewish students to get involved with Chabad? They get to feel as though they have a second home while in college, meet some really cool people, and learn a lot about Judaism.
 
What advice would you give to a freshman starting at KSU? Be adventurous.
 
What is your favorite spot on campus? It’s a tie between The Green and the Social Science Starbucks lounge.
 
What are your plans for after you graduate? Find a job in event planning/coordinating or go to Graduate School.
 
Favorite Jewish Food?  Matzah Ball Soup.
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