Fall 2022, Week 5
WFU Jewish Life & Hillel September 19, 2022 High Holiday Season Already?
Special Guest on Tuesday!
Fall in The Forest Begins!
Readherefor the policy of religious holidays and missing class!
This Friday, Sept. 23 at 5:30 pm,
Hillel Lounge, Collins A001
Changing Leaves, Sweater Weather, Pumpkin Spice Lattes, Apple Cider Doughnuts, and Bonfires — what’s not to love?
Fall is finally upon us!
Swing by and grab some delicious fall-themed treats that will keep you feeling cozy and loving the season ahead.
Special Guest Speaker: Erin Schrode
THIS Tuesday,Sept 20 at 7:30 pm in Wait Chapel
Hate & Antisemitism on College Campuses
and...How I dealt with trolls...
when I ran for congress!”
RSVP & Attend for Loot Link Credit https://wfu.campuslabs.com/engage/event/8124120
Co-Sponsors: WFU Jewish Life, Rosenblatt Family Hillel at WFU, Program for Leadership & Character, Office of the Chaplain, Middle East & South Asia Studies Program (MESAS), AEPi, School of Divinity, WFU Chapel, Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI), Women's Center, Student Activity Fee (SAF), Chabad, Department for the Study of Religions, Temple Emanuel, Winston-Salem United Jewish Appeal (UJA), and Greensboro Jewish Federation.
Kol Yisrael: pluralism is a six-week learning cohort about the big questions facing contemporary Israel(is). Together we'll spark meaningful discussions about why Israelis who disagree with each other have compelling reasons to do so. Students will receive a $150 stipend upon completion of the cohort. The registration link is:Kol Yisrael Pluralism application
Need Access to the Hillel Lounge? Fill out this form!
The Hillel lounge is a great place to study, relax, grab snacks, hangout with friends, and more!
Where is it?
Collins Basement! Room A001
- Enter through the back door (across from the basketball courts, or down the stairwell on your right when entering Collins’ front entrance)
Renovations are almost complete! Check out our NEW white board wall and posters! Even more updates coming soon!
Temple Emanuel, W-S Rabbi Charlie. Infohereand here.
L'Dor V'Dor Maven. Bobby Stern
Students welcome anytime!
High Holiday Schedule
WFU students - free with IDs
Please RSVP for meals
WFU Jewish Life and Hillel Events Calendar here
Jewish Holiday Calendar for 2022here Interfaith Calendar for 2022here Unique & Special September 2022 Holidays here
WFU Global Food Committee (GFC)
WFU Global Food Committee (GFC) & Food Collaboration Committee (FCC) share our diverse cultural and religious holidays, celebrations, and heritages as expressed through food.
(Founded by WFU Jewish Life & Hillel in 2014)
Click here for a quick, easy, and kosher cranberry-pecan cookie recipe!
GFC is collaboration between the Global Food Committee of the Office of the Chaplain, the Food Collaboration Committee, Harvest Table Culinary Group, and 21 different offices/ departments/ student groups.
Other Community Events & News
JELF LOAN Apply by September 30
JELF provides no interest loans to Jewish students who demonstrate need for their higher education, which includes undergrad, graduate, vocational or technical school. Apply at https://jelf.org/
Awake All Night September 23, 8 pm in Benson Join Student Union on Friday, September 23rd, for a night in the wild wild west. Invite your friends for food, games, a movie, and activities in Benson from 8 pm to 12 am.
OCCE : Oct. 13-15th Join the OCCE for the Civic Leadership Retreat
Application closes MONDAY, Sept. 19 @11:59 pm Join the OCCE for the Civic Leadership Retreat over Fall Break at Camp Hanes! Learn about leadership for social change, discuss plans for civic action, participate in team-building activities, and more! The retreat is free for students to attend. Transportation will be provided. Click here to Apply
Exploring Ethics -
Nancy M.P. King Professor, Department of Social Health Policy, Professor, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
September 22, 12-1 pm, VIRTUAL - Describe applications of justice in
health care settings.
- Recognize causes and cures for injustices
that affect health.
- How do societal and structural factors work together to cause health disparities?
Find outand registerhere- registration is FREE, but closes @ 9 am on 9/22!
Mantra for the Week
By Sofia Trujillo, Newsletter Editor
“The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness.”
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