Hillel @ Virginia Tech shared Virginia Tech Dept. of Religion and Culture's event. Virginia Tech's Department of Religion and Culture will be sponsoring a screening of Darren Aronofsky's film "Noah" TOMORROW at 7:00pm.
Following the film, Professor Rachel Gross will offer some brief remarks on how the film fits into Jewish traditions of biblical interpretation, and other faculty members will place it in other interpretive contexts.
23 Hokies are gearing up for a trip to the Dominican Republic to participate in a service project with the Community Service Alliance. In addition to the immersive service experience, these students are going with the intention to reflect and explore their diversity in what motivates them to serve.
How can you help?
Please support their profit share at Buffalo Wild Wings this SUNDAY, Oct. 26th from 5-10PM. By bringing a hard copy of the attached ticket, your purchase will contribute to a fundraiser that will help lower the overall trip cost for each student. Every little bit helps!
Which recipe will be the closest to the REAL Israeli's recipe?
E-mail Gadi TODAY (firstname.lastname@example.org) to sign up for SHAKSHUKA TIMES cooking class, tomorrow, 7PM at the Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center.
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Go to Israel FREE if: -You have at least one Jewish parent -You are aged 18-26 Taglit-Birthright Israel: Hillel trip registration opens SEPT. 9TH! Visit http://freeisraeltrip.hillel.org/home.aspx to learn more.
Pottery Poppin' with Rosh Chodesh co-chair Emma Cohen is TONIGHT at the Malcolm Rosenberg Hillel Center at 7PM!
All Jewish women are invited to embrace the FULL ON AUTUMN with an evening full of pumpkin flavors and candied pecans. The ladies will be painting ceramics while exploring a brief history of visual arts in Judaism, and how it mirrored real life during that time.