Asher and Nathan Moskowitz, longtime campers, will celebrate their b’nai mitzvah next month. The next day, they will support their friend and GUCI family member Ethan Kadish, by leading a 5k fun run/walk titled “I can, I hope, I helped: For Ethan.”
on January 14, 2014
Stacy Walter Katz spent 10 summers at GUCI from 1985-94, and took the New Year as an opportunity to reflect on her camp experiences.
on November 20, 2013
As a senior in high school, I have the opportunity to take a number of elective courses in addition to my core classes. One of these classes is a Contemporary Issues class, focused on educating high school students on discrimination and prejudice in order to form a more tolerant world. However, before we can really start understanding how to treat others, we need to understand ourselves. Therefore, the first part of the class focuses on identity. As part of this exploration, my classmates and I were assigned to write a “Where I’m From” poem, in which we express, in depth, an important part of our identity. While most of my classmates wrote about their hometown, I took a different route. I chose to write about GUCI.
on October 24, 2013
by Rabbi Mark Covitz Director One of the greatest successes of this past summer at Goldman Union Camp Institute is, very simply, that the summer was a great success. The challenges presented by the June 29th lightning strike were many, and were daunting. Of course, the most important challenge was securing the physical health and emotional well-being of all campers, staff, and faculty. Secondary to that, but also of great importance, was the challenge of ensuring that not only would the summer at GUCI continue, but that it would continue in a healthy, strong, normal way, allowing campers and staff […]
on August 5, 2013
While we tend to get very attached to our symbols and rituals, especially at camp, they are only representations of greater ideas and higher ideals. If the customs of our people do not positively impact the way we live, then we risk them becoming empty rituals.
- Yom Sport Kallah Bet 2011! July 21, 2011
- Opening Day Kallah Aleph June 12, 2012
- A Holy Community July 1, 2013
- I can, I hope, I helped February 19, 2014
- My GUCI Memories January 14, 2014
- “Where I’m From” November 20, 2013
- Debby Grant: Yasher Koach Stacy- so beautifully written and a l...
- Andrew Winkel: Wait a minute...we didn't have horses???...
- Rochelle Greenwald: I know exactly what you are talking about! My nie...
Countdown to Camp
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