Wednesday, November 19, 2008
No, I'm not talking about that time (although Chanukah is pretty awesome). I'm talking about the OSU vs. Michigan Game!
The excitement begins at Hilell tomorrow with a Jump In Mirror Lake Midnight Breakfast. After you have frozen your skivvies off by jumping in, head on over here for a Midnight Breakfast which will start at 10pm. You can leave your dry clothes here during the day and use our showers after the big jump. We're your Mirror Lake Recovery Center!
Friday is the world famous Meshuganote Beat M*ch*g*n Shabbat! At 6pm, we'll be having our usual enlightening services. At 7 is a Buckeye tailgate feast, and then at 8 stick around for The Meshuganote (OSU's co-ed Jewish Acapella choir) Concert for some spirited fight songs, pop music favoirtes, and Hebrew tunes.
It's gonna be a blast!
Saturday, November 15, 2008
This Tuesday, November 18th, one of Hillel's most famous events is happening. PB&JAM!
With the help of campus fraternities, sororities, clubs, organizations and Hillel student groups over 4,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will be made to help feed the hungry in Columbus.
Here's how it works:
This Tuesday PB&J stations will be set up all over campus, so no matter where you are, you can stop by and make a few sandwiches.
This event would not be possible without Starfish, Hillel's community service student group. They certainly are "stellar"
Here's a little video to get you pumped for PB&JAM
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Are you ready for some FOOTBALL?
Then head on over here tonight to join us as we watch the Cleveland Browns play the Denver Broncos. It all goes down at 8pm. We'll supply the munchies, all you need to bring is your spirit.
Also, there is a special "pre-event event" (?) at 7:15 if you're from Cleveland. (If you're not from Cleveland you can come too, just don't trash talk the Browns while you're there)
Thanks to everyone who came to Ohio Loves Israel this past Sunday. It was a great success with over 80 in attendance! There were so many amazing speakers, and the debate between Susan Gellman and Brad Kastan was fascinating. My favorite seminar was Amir Yarchi's (Cincinnati's emissary from Israel) presentation on Israel's portrayal in the media. What was yours?
Don't forget about Friday Night Shabbat services and dinner every week. This week is special as Shabbat is going to be an extra special!
It all begins this Friday at 6pm with Reform and Conservative services.Then at 7, it's all about the delcious FREE dinner. What's next, you ask? Well it's a very special Shabbat Song Session full of ruach (spirit). We'll sing all your favorites from summer camp. Feel free to request a tune!