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Fall 2022, Week 6
WFU Jewish Life & Hillel

September 26, 2022
Happy Jewish New Year!
Services Galore!
Shana Tova, Y'all! 
Happy Jewish New Year!
About Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, here. 

A fun video "Roshklahoma!"
Read here for the policy on religious holidays and missing class!
High Holidays offerings are on & off campus. Info & links below!
 
1.   Services organized by WFU Hillel. 
  • Monday,  Sept. 26. Tashlich at 2 pm at Reynolda Waterfall.
    • Led by Rabbi Charlie for Temple Emanuel & WFU
  • Monday, Sept 26. Rosh Hashana Day 1 at 3 pm in Davis  Chapel (behind Wait Chapel)
    • Led by Rabbi Dr. Andrew Ettin
  • Wed, Oct 5. Yom Kippur Day at 3 pm in Davis Chapel
    • Led by Rabbi Dr. Andrew Ettin
  • Wed, Oct 5. Break-the-Fast at 5:30 pm in the Hillel Lounge.
2. Services and meals at WFU Chabad
     (most days &  evenings)
3. Services at Temple Emanuel (Reform)  
     Bring your student id.  RSVPs appreciated
4. Services at Beth David Synagogue
     (in Greensboro- Conservative). Contact
     their office and bring your student id
5. Zoom into services at your home shul

Let us know if you need a ride to a local shul, or if you can provide a ride. Contact Andrew, Hillel Education & Religion Chair, or Gail.

Read here for the policy on religious holidays and missing class!

Pie  Shabbat


This Friday,  Sept. 30 at 5:30 pm,
Hillel Lounge, Collins A001

 
Swing by & enjoy some delicious pie!
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 rugs and art!
Even more updates coming soon!
Click here to donate to our Hillel and support the Jewish future
Previously @ Hillel

Erin Schrode at Wait Chapel


Thank you to Erin for coming to Wake Forest and
sharing her personal experience with antisemitism first hand.
Please watch the recording of her presentation here!

Kosher Brisket & Honey Cake for
Global Food Tabling Station (GFTS)


Thank you Ally W for organizing this, WFU Hillel for hosting, and HTCG for preparing
the food so deliciously.  Meet Raquel, HTCG pastry chef, who made her
family's Sephardic honey cake recipe for us! So amazing!

Hillel Board at Dean Adam Goldstein's


The Hillel Board attended dinner at the home of the Dean of Students and his wife! 
Huge thanks to the Goldstein family for welcoming us!

Fall Themed Shabbat


Question: Who won best homemade Jewish New Year delicacy -
Amit for the Cinnamon Challah or Andrew for the Honey Cake?
Answer: Both! Thank you to all the taste-testers!

Mazal Tov to Dr. David Levy
on his Retirement

Thank you for 45 years of service to WFU and to our Jewish Community!
Your WFU Hillel & Jewish Life Contacts

Wake Forest University Hillel 

https://jewishlife.wfu.edu/jewish-student-organizations/hillel/
The WFU Hillel Board
wishes you a Shana Tova - a great year!

Ella SadikmanWFU Hillel President
Grace Peters, Vice President
Eliana Horowitz, Secretary
Sophie Kotlove, Treasurer
Andrew Orfaly, Religion & Education Chair
Franz Stolpen, Programming & Outreach Chair
Sofia Trujilo, Marketing Chair

Read the Hillel Board Bios here!

Amit, Triad Hillels Israel Fellow
Dr. Megan Regan, Hillel Faculty Advisor 
Dr. Gail Bretan, Hillel Director and 
    WFU Associate Chaplain for Jewish Life 
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Gail, Jewish Mom

Wishing y'all a sweet and wonderful year!
As is my tradition, please forgive me for any hurt I may have inadvertently caused you (and let me know so I don't do it again)
Amit, Triad Hillel Israel Fellow

Interested in a summer internship, trip to Israel, or more learning? Meet Amit for
coffee on campus - the coffee is on us!
Kol Yisrael Pluralism application 
Jewish Community Events
Caf'e Ivrit is coming to WFU!
Join us for Hebrew Club!

Please complete this interest form if you are interested in Caf'e Ivrit - Hebrew Club!

For more info, contact Amit

Judaism & Islam Lunch & Learn
Thursdays at noon via Zoom!  

Join us as we explore, share, compare, and discuss various aspects of Judaism and Islam.

Open to the ENTIRE  community. No prior  knowledge is needed. Register here

This week, Amit, our Israel Fellow, will talk about the differences of celebrating Jewish holidays in Israel and in the US.

For more info, contact Gail or Naijla 

AEPi, Jewishly-rooted fraternity
Alex Lambert, Student President
SSI, Students Supporting Israel
Chloe Mazo & Cameron Golub, Co-Prezes. 
Chabad @ WFU121 Idlewilde Dr
Rabbi Levi & Shaina Gurevitz, Chabad
Braden Strackman, Student President

Delicious Shabbat dinner every Friday at 7 pm
Chabad High Holiday Schedule here.

Temple Emanuel, W-S
Rabbi Charlie. Info here and here. 
L'Dor V'Dor Maven. Bobby Stern

Students welcome anytime!
High Holiday Schedule
WFU students - free with IDs
Please RSVP for meals

Calendars  

WFU Jewish Life and Hillel Events Calendar here
Jewish Holiday Calendar for 2022 here

Interfaith Calendar for 2022 here

Unique & Special September 2022 Holidays here
Unique & Special October 2022 Holidays here
WFU Global Food Committee (GFC)
WFU Global Food Committee (GFC) projects share our diverse cultural and religious holidays, celebrations, and heritages as expressed through food. 
(Founded by WFU Jewish Life & Hillel in 2014)
GFC Recipe of the Week

September 26th is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year!

Click here for 71 Rosh Hashanah Recipes!
About Rosh Hashanah here.
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

HIT THE BRICKS
October 6th, 11am - 5 pm


Join Hillel as we join our usual
Interfaith United team!  


Sign up here at:
https://hitthebricks.wfu.edu/register/
Ammar Basha Film Screening
September 27, 5:30 pm, Scales 102

Amar Basha, WFU’s first Artist Protection Fund fellow to be placed in residence, will screen one of his documentary films and host a premiere script reading on Tuesday, Sept. 27, in Scales Fine Arts Center, Room 102 at 5:30 pm. An initiative of the Institute of International Education, the Artist Protection Fund (IIE-APF) fills a critical unmet need by protecting threatened artists and placing them at welcoming host institutions.
Biden to host first-ever White House Rosh Hashanah party

Mantra for the Week 
By Sofia Trujillo, Newsletter Editor 

“You can get excited about the future. The past won’t mind.

-Hillary DePiano
Have a Sweet New Year!!

To provide any feedback on our e-newsletter, please contact me, Sofia, or hit the reply button, and share your comments. Don’t be shy! Thank you so much — and enjoy some apples and honey this week!
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