• Tefillah/songleader needed

    Congregation Tikkun v’Or (Ithaca Reform Temple) is looking for a tefillah/songleader on Sunday mornings. Experience in Reform prayer leadership and teaching children necessary.

    Contact Naomi Wilensky at 607-256-1471 or

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  • High Holy Days at Cornell

    This year's High Holy Day services and meals will take place beginning September 24, all across campus. We offer Reform, Conservative and Orthodox experiences. Click here for a full schedule. 

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  • Registration for Taglit-Birthright Israel is still open

    Birthright poster

    Travel to Israel for 10 days with Cornell Hillel! Trips last Dec. 22 through Jan. 2 and Jan. 3 through 15.. Join our Facebook event for photos, alumni stories and announcements, and register at Contact Israel Fellow Yevgeniy Averbukh with questions.

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  • 5775/2014 High Holy Days

    High Holiday details

    This year's High Holy Day services and meals will take place beginning September 24, all across campus. We offer Reform, Conservative and Orthodox experiences. Click here for a full schedule. 

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  • High Holy Days at Tikkun v'Or

    All are welcome to come to High Holy Day services with Tikkun v’Or (Ithaca Reform Temple). No tickets necessary. All services will be held at Hangar Theatre, 801 Taughannock Blvd


    Rosh Hashanah Wednesday, September 24

    7:00 p.m. Evening Service

    Rosh Hashanah Thursday, September 25

    9:15-9:30 a.m. Preliminary Morning Service

    9:30-10:30 a.m. Morning Service

    10:30-11:15 a.m. Torah Service Reading Torah portion, interpretation, communal aliyot

    *10:30- 11:15 Children’s services: For ages 2-6 on the front patio;

                           For ages 6-10 on the back patio / green room

    11:15-11:45 a.m. Rabbi’s Sermon

    11:45-12:15 a.m. Shofar Service (with all children)

    12:15 a.m. Kiddush, Apples & Honey

    1:00 p.m. Tashlich at the Inlet in Cass Park

    Yom Kippur Friday, October 3

    6:30 p.m Kol Nidre Service


    Yom Kippur Services  Saturday, October 4

    9:15-9:30 ...

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  • Exciting Shabbat Announcement from Cornell Hillel



    It is our pleasure to share exciting news with you about Shabbat Dinner at 104 West! for this year.  Cornell Hillel has heard your concerns and in an effort to eliminate barriers to the Shabbat dinner experience we have generously donated funds to partially subsidize the cost of the Friday night meal at 104 West! for the entire school year!

    This year if you register in advance for Shabbat dinner on Friday nights, the cost will only be ONE MEAL SWIPE or $10 CASH OR BIG RED BUCKS. Yes, that’s right!  $10 in cash/big red bucks or one meal swipe, with no upcharge or fee.  That means you can sign up for any meal plan at Cornell and use the swipe for Shabbat dinner.  There will still ...

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  • Join us for free cafe drinks with Lattes at Libe

    Lattes at libe

    Cornell Hillel presents... Lattes at Libe

    Enjoy a free small latte, hot chocolate, coffee or tea at Libe Cafe in Olin Library every Thursday*, 2 – 5pm, courtesy of Cornell Hillel

    No need to RSVP – see you there!

    *Might not occur on some Thursdays due to holiday observances and academic breaks.
    Check our calendar.

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  • Jews Cruise 2014

    Jews Cruise
    Join Cornell Hillel on our annual boat tour around Cayuga Lake. Enjoy music and refreshments, hang out with your friends, meet new people, and kick off the semester by partying on a boat! 

    Tickets are $10 per person and can be bought at

    Buses will be leaving from RPCC and Schwartz.

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  • Welcome Back BBQ

    Orientation BBQ 2010

    Join hundreds of incoming freshmen to indulge in Central New York's finest BBQ cooking, learn about Hillel's 30+ student groups and mingle with upperclassmen. 

    • August 25, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
    • Balch Lawn (North Campus)
    • The food is completely free - only an empty stomach and your enthusiasm required.

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  • Opportunities for Cornellians

    Bioinformaticians as post-doctorate fellows

    The university of Haifa is looking for motivated, diligent, laborious, dedicated bioinformaticians as post-doctorate fellows for a project aimed at revealing the mechanisms of cancer-resistance and anti-cancer activity of the hypoxia-tolerant subterranean, blind mole-rat, Spalax

     Generous fellowships ($30K to $40K according to qualifications and performance) are available immediately, primarily for post-doc experts in bioinformatics with a strong. background in bio questions - That is that can independently handle raw output data of RNA-seq / miR seq/ Genomic, analyze it and can interpret intelligently the relevant biological background.

    (‘Wet/Bench’ excellent candidates highly experienced in working with tissue culture, molecular biology, protein biochemistry and nude mice methodologies, will also be considered)

    Training and understanding cancer research is an advantage.

    Experience of writing manuscripts for publication and a ...

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