-Rabbi Ben-Zion Gold, former Director of Harvard Hillel, delivering a sermon in Memorial Church on "Jews, Judaism and the University," Sept. 1975
Hillel's current facilities, on the corner of Mt. Auburn and Plympton, are very different from the monuments of stone and wood described by Rabbi Ben-Zion Gold.
With its large panes of glass, circular courtyard and unique vaulted construction, the center seems to reflect what he
termed the "creative genius" of Jewish "structures in time"-that is, the diversity in rituals and practices of Judaism.