Slifka Center will hold an online Reform Service as a special part of Yale Reunions 2021. Featuring original music and personal reflections, it will be led by Noam Shapiro ’15 supported by current student leaders and recent alumni including Emma Levin ’23, Syd Bakal ’22, and Gwendolyn Towers YSM ’21. Noam is Slifka Center’s Arts & Social Justice Coordinator, building creative collaborations with both undergraduate and graduate students. A double major in History and Theater Studies, Noam received a Slifka Arts Grant in support of his thesis on theatrical performances during the Shoah and was a Blanksteen Curatorial Fellow. When he’s not dreaming up new ways to bring culture and activism to campus, Noam is a freelance theater director, producer, and teaching artist.