Updated: Mar 27

Purdue Hillel community,


We have a very exciting month ahead, and I wanted to share about our plans. We’ll continue to share regular updates through Instagram, Discord, and on our website. Please see information below about regular events in the building, our 70th anniversary celebration, leadership opportunities on the Hillel Student Board for 2022-2023, Passover Seders, and more!


If you have any questions, please reach out to Melissa at melissa@purduehillel.org.


UPDATES TO SCHEDULED EVENTS AND MEETINGS

Friday, March 25 – Ukrainian Solidarity Shabbat | 6PM Shabbat Services, 7PM Shabbat Dinner, RSVP Required

Sunday, March 27 – Online interest form opens for Hillel Student Board leadership positions for the 2022-23 Academic Year

Tuesday, March 29 – 11AM-2PM Bagel Break

Thursday, March 31 – 7PM All Board Meeting at Hillel, 8PM Social Event in the Building TBD

Friday, April 1 – 6PM Shabbat Services, 7PM Shabbat Dinner

Tuesday, April 5 – Hillel Celebrates 70 Years on West State Street! |11AM-3PM Bagel Break, 7PM Champagne Toast & Livestream of 70 Year Retrospective

Wednesday, April 6 – 7:30PM E-Board Meeting at Hillel

Thursday, April 7 – 7-8:30 PM Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference with Holocaust Survivor Tibor Spitz, “The Art Cured Me!” at Hillel

Friday, April 8 – Deadline for Hillel Leadership Roles online interest forms | 6PM Shabbat Services, 7PM Shabbat Dinner

Tuesday, April 12 – Hillel Student Board 2022-2023 Announced | 11AM-2PM Bagel Break

Wednesday, April 13 – Coffee with Melissa at Hillel (Life tip: how to clean a kitchen for Passover!)


Friday, April 15 – First Seder at Hillel

A traditional, family-style Seder featuring an original Haggadah curated by Purdue students that will be community-led, your friends are welcome to join, and we’ll enjoy an authentic home-cooked Passover meal. RSVP will be required, there is no fee.

Saturday, April 16 – Second Seder at Hillel

Melissa Frey’s “Seder with a Sense of Humor and Curiously Creative Haggadah” will be authentically engaging, oodles of fun, with great friends and awesome food. RSVP will be required, there is no fee.

Sunday, April 17-Saturday, April 23

Daily meals and events throughout Passover at Purdue Hillel, more information to come!


L’shalom, in peace,

Ethan Hirsh, Hillel President


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