Speaking of Challah, this Friday evening, join us for a special Challah for Hunger Shabbat dinner, and vote for your favorite flavor. The winner will be baked and sold next week!
But before that, on Wednesday we are so excited for Israel Runway, a fashion show depicting the historical development of Israeli fashion. There will be student models, Israeli food, and exhibits highlighting cities throughout Israel. It'll be an evening you won't want to miss!
And next week, the sixth annual Big Red Bar Mitzvah is back. Whether you miss playing Coke & Pepsi, want to enjoy a mocktail or two, or just want to see Touchdown the Bear in a kippah, it's going to be an amazing night!
UPCOMING AT CORNELL HILLEL
Israel Runway November 2
Memorial Room, Willard Straight Hall
This week, Shabbat dinner at 104 West will feature a special Challah for Hunger taste-test!
Each dinner table will feature traditional plain challah, as well as free samples of four new flavors to taste test! Vote for your favorite, because the winning flavor will be baked and sold the following week.
The best part-you get to choose the flavors! Submit as many suggestions as you would like, just keep in mind that all challah is made in a parve kitchen-so no meat or dairy. Challah for Hunger also does not use nuts in any of their challah.
The Chai Notes
Find any Chai Note to purchase a ticket, or see their Facebook event for more details.
Big Red Bar Mitzvah 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, this night will be 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.
Student Leadership Educators Network (SLEN) Meeting
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.
Spring Semester Courses
The Jewish Studies Department has added a few new courses for Spring 2017, including Jews on Film: Visible and Invisible; Advanced Hebrew Through Media and Literature; and Saving Synagogues: Architecture, Historic Preservation and Communication.
Looking for hands-on hotel experience in an international luxury hotel while living in Tel Aviv for a semester?
Consider doing an internship with Career Israel and the Ritz-Carlton Herzliya! Participants will spend 5 months interning at the hotel in a variety of positions to maximize their knowledge of the hotel industry. The program starts in September or January.
No experience is necessary to apply. See their website for more details about the program and funding options, and contact Pam for more information or questions.
Pam will be on campus on November 2 to answer additional questions in person.