Taube Hillel House at Stanford Celebrates 10 Years

Taube Hillel House at Stanford University celebrates its 10th anniversary.

On January 29, 2015, the Taube Hillel House at Stanford University celebrated its 10th anniversary and honored its namesake, Tad Taube.

Over 60 guests attended, including Provost John Etchemendy; donor John Freidenrich; John Taylor from the Hoover Institute; Larry Kramer of the Hewlett Foundation; Abraham Sofaer, Michael Boskin, and Jeffrey Farber from the Koret Foundation; Shana Penn from Taube Philanthropies; previous directors of the Taube Hillel House; Stanford faculty, students, and young alumni; and other Stanford donors.

Provost John Etchemendy gave introductory remarks, thanking Tad Taube for his long-term support of Stanford and the Hillel House, and President of the Hillel Board of Directors Susan Wolfe presented him with a memento of the occasion, a framed invitation to the event. Tad Taube then took the podium, speaking of his long relationship with the university, including the Hoover Institution and Taube Center for Jewish Studies, in addition to the Taube Hillel House. He thanked his partners, including the Koret Foundation and other donors, for their support of the Taube Hillel House and Jewish life at his alma mater, Stanford.