Community Partnership Funding Board Application deadline
Friday, October 28, 5:00 PM
The CPFB is a student-run grant board that seeks to foster student leadership and social responsibility by encouraging students to take action against social problems.
The Board administers grants of up to $2000 to make these projects and community partnerships possible.
Interested in applying to be a board member? Interested in developing a community action project?
Find out how by contacting email@example.com or by stopping by the Public Service Center,100 Barnes Hall.
Grant applications are due Friday, October 28th at 5:00 PM.
Scholar in Residence This Shabbat at the CJL
Dr. Amy Kalmanofsky is joining the CJL this Shabbat as a Scholar in Residence. She will be speaking on "Women and Power in the Bible: Bat Sheva's Rise to Power."
A graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and an associate professor of Bible at the Jewish Theological Seminary, Dr. Kalmanofsky has written numerous articles on the biblical representation of women and the roles they play within the Bible.
SLEN is dedicated to the promotion of leadership development of Cornell University students.
The network meets monthly to share emerging developments and best practices, dialogue across curricular and co-curricular dimensions of leadership development, and collaborate on projects and events.
Fall semester conversations will be facilitated by Bob Gravani, a professor in the Department of Food Science.
Contact Mike Bishop for more information or with questions.
Chai Notes Fall Concert
Saturday, November 5
Come spend your November 5th with The Chai Notes at their fall concert!
Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.
Find any Chai Note to purchase a ticket, or see their Facebook event for more details.
UPCOMING CORNELL HILLEL EVENTS
Big Red Bar Mitzvah Saturday, November 12
10:00 PM-1:00 AM
Come celebrate the Sixth Annual BIG RED BAR MITZVAH!
We are taking the best qualities of a classic Bar Mitzvah party, making it Cornell themed, and inviting the entire university. Come enjoy an incredible party featuring a DJ, giveaways, Touchdown (in a kippah), a 14 person Photo Booth, Coke and Pepsi game, a Throwback Hour, and free food! All are welcome.
Whether you miss the Cha Cha slide and Shirley Temples or you have never been to a bar mitzvah before, this night is the perfect chance to relive your braces filled years or experience a bar mitzvah party for the first time!
...But before that, please join us to celebrate two students who'll celebrate their B'nei Mitzvah with services and meals-more information on that coming soon. Keep checking our Facebook event for updates.
Lattes at Libe
Thursdays 2:00-4:00 PM
Find us at Libe Cafe every Thursday for a free coffee, tea, or hot chocolate and some great company!
Challah for Hunger
Thursdays 4:30-6:30 PM
Fridays 10:00 AM-1:30 PM
Challah for Hunger is a national organization where students bake and sell challah to raise money for hunger relief.
Challah baking is Thursdays at 4:30 PM in the 104 West! kitchen.
Challah sales are 10:00 AM-1:00 PM on Ho Plaza (weather dependent).
Friday Night Kesher (Reform) Services: Meet in the lobby of Anabel Taylor Hall at 5:45 PM for 6:00 PM services in the basement, B27 Shevach (Egalitarian) Services: Meet in the lobby of Anabel Taylor Hall at 5:45 PM for 6:00 PM services in room 314 Kedma (Orthodox) Services: 6:05 PM, Edwards Room, Anabel Taylor Hall
Candle Lighting: 5:45 PM
Shabbat Morning Kedma (Orthodox) Services: 9:15 AM, Edwards Room, Anabel Taylor Hall
Shabbat ends: 6:46 PM
Fridays, 7:00 PM
Join us at 104 West on Friday evenings for Shabbat Dinner! Pre-register for one meal swipe, $10 cash, or Big Red Bucks. Sign-in starts at 7:00 PM and the meal begins at 7:30 PM.
Learn more about Shabbat dinner and services here.
Shabbat Across Cornell
Interested in hosting your own Shabbat dinner for friends, hall mates or your Greek life organization? We can help!
Our ongoing Shabbat Across Cornell program will provide you with financial resources, ritual items and programmatic support so that you can host an amazing Shabbat meal.
Hillel will fund you $5 per person that attends your event (plus $5 for yourself!) to help cover costs for food.