Undergraduate Activities

  • 2019 Feb 25

    Meaningful Mondays

    Repeats every week every Monday until Mon May 06 2019 except Mon Mar 18 2019.
    11:30am to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Science Center (near Clover)
    Begin your week with a lunch converstaion on living a meaningful life. Harvard affiliates are welcome to encounter some of life's important questions in dialogue with modern and ancient Jewish wisdom. All are welcome for any session, regardless of Jewish identity, Hebrew fluency, etc. 
  • 2019 Feb 26

    Lunch with Rav Chaim David Halevi

    Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue May 14 2019 except Tue Mar 19 2019.
    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Hillel, 52 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138

    Each week, we will study a different responsa from Rabbi Chaim David Halevi. Born in Jerusalem, Rabbi Halevi (1924-1990) became the Sefardi Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. He was a prolific scholar whose works include the 9-volume set of responsa Aseh L'cha Rav. He wrote on a wide range of Halakhic topics and is often cited for his work on halakha and the Jewish state. Rabbi Halevi was awarded the Israel Prize in 1997.

    Lunch will be served.

  • 2019 Feb 28

    Cooking Your Jewish Customs

    Repeats every week every Thursday until Thu Apr 04 2019 except Thu Feb 21 2019, Thu Mar 14 2019, Thu Mar 21 2019.
    7:00pm

    Location: 

    Memorial Church, 1 Harvard Yard

    Food has long been an expression of Jewish culture and identity. Thorugh this workshop, led by Eser's Sara Gardner*, an avid cook and food historian, and Rabb Getzel, you'll explore how Jewish culinary heritage connects to the identity of Jews throughout the Diaspora, and over the course of the class, you'll also learn how to make your own global Shabbat meal.

    Topics include:

    February 7: What is Jewish food?
    February 14: Ashkenazi food
    February 28: Sephardic food
    March 7: Mizrachi food
    March 28: Ethiopian and Indian food
    April 5: Shabbat dinner...

    Read more about Cooking Your Jewish Customs
  • 2019 Mar 04

    Meaningful Mondays

    11:30am to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Science Center (near Clover)
    Begin your week with a lunch converstaion on living a meaningful life. Harvard affiliates are welcome to encounter some of life's important questions in dialogue with modern and ancient Jewish wisdom. All are welcome for any session, regardless of Jewish identity, Hebrew fluency, etc. 
  • 2019 Mar 05

    Lunch with Rav Chaim David Halevi

    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Hillel, 52 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138

    Each week, we will study a different responsa from Rabbi Chaim David Halevi. Born in Jerusalem, Rabbi Halevi (1924-1990) became the Sefardi Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. He was a prolific scholar whose works include the 9-volume set of responsa Aseh L'cha Rav. He wrote on a wide range of Halakhic topics and is often cited for his work on halakha and the Jewish state. Rabbi Halevi was awarded the Israel Prize in 1997.

    Lunch will be served.

  • 2019 Mar 07

    Cooking Your Jewish Customs

    7:00pm

    Location: 

    Memorial Church, 1 Harvard Yard

    Food has long been an expression of Jewish culture and identity. Thorugh this workshop, led by Eser's Sara Gardner*, an avid cook and food historian, and Rabb Getzel, you'll explore how Jewish culinary heritage connects to the identity of Jews throughout the Diaspora, and over the course of the class, you'll also learn how to make your own global Shabbat meal.

    Topics include:

    February 7: What is Jewish food?
    February 14: Ashkenazi food
    February 28: Sephardic food
    March 7: Mizrachi food
    March 28: Ethiopian and Indian food
    April 5: Shabbat dinner...

    Read more about Cooking Your Jewish Customs
  • 2019 Mar 11

    Meaningful Mondays

    11:30am to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Science Center (near Clover)
    Begin your week with a lunch converstaion on living a meaningful life. Harvard affiliates are welcome to encounter some of life's important questions in dialogue with modern and ancient Jewish wisdom. All are welcome for any session, regardless of Jewish identity, Hebrew fluency, etc. 
  • 2019 Mar 12

    Lunch with Rav Chaim David Halevi

    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Hillel, 52 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138

    Each week, we will study a different responsa from Rabbi Chaim David Halevi. Born in Jerusalem, Rabbi Halevi (1924-1990) became the Sefardi Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. He was a prolific scholar whose works include the 9-volume set of responsa Aseh L'cha Rav. He wrote on a wide range of Halakhic topics and is often cited for his work on halakha and the Jewish state. Rabbi Halevi was awarded the Israel Prize in 1997.

    Lunch will be served.

  • 2019 Mar 25

    Meaningful Mondays

    11:30am to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Science Center (near Clover)
    Begin your week with a lunch converstaion on living a meaningful life. Harvard affiliates are welcome to encounter some of life's important questions in dialogue with modern and ancient Jewish wisdom. All are welcome for any session, regardless of Jewish identity, Hebrew fluency, etc. 
  • 2019 Mar 26

    Lunch with Rav Chaim David Halevi

    12:00pm to 1:00pm

    Location: 

    Harvard Hillel, 52 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138

    Each week, we will study a different responsa from Rabbi Chaim David Halevi. Born in Jerusalem, Rabbi Halevi (1924-1990) became the Sefardi Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. He was a prolific scholar whose works include the 9-volume set of responsa Aseh L'cha Rav. He wrote on a wide range of Halakhic topics and is often cited for his work on halakha and the Jewish state. Rabbi Halevi was awarded the Israel Prize in 1997.

    Lunch will be served.

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