News for all Dartmouth’s Jews
What’s Happening This Week in the JEWNIVERSE
On Monday, January 9th:
@ 6pm, Open Exec meetings upstairs in the Roth Center. We will be doing fun calendar planning for this term.
@ 7pm, FREE DINNER during the general meetings downstairs in the Roth Center.
On Tuesday, January 10th:
Hebrew Lunch will be from 1-2pm at FoCo.
On Wednesday, January 11th:
Jews and Java from 3-5pm in town at the Dartmouth Bookstore
On Thursday, January 12th:
@ 4pm Rabbi will be moderating a panel discussion on the Occupy Dartmouth Movement. The panel discussion will include at least one or two students who are involved in the movement and then two faculty perspectives
@ 6pm Jew Crew Meeting at the Roth Center. Bring your non-Jewish friends too!
On Friday, January 13th:
From 4:00PM-5:30pm, the J Street U is hosting a special event open to all. Dr. Gershon Baskin speaks on his role in the negotiations that freed Gilad Shalit. This event will be held in Rocky 3
@ 6pm Friday night services
@7pm Free and Tasty Friday night dinner
Heard Around Hillel:
Hillel Facebook Raffle! FUN PRIZES GALORE! If you like the Hillel Facebook page by next Friday, we will enter your name into our raffle. The link is http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dartmouth-College-Hillel/141988626296 . It will only take a click.
BIRTHRIGHT trip this summer – More information to come, but for now save Feb. 15th in your calendar for registration day. Contact Anat if you have any questions. If you are very interested in traveling to Israel but don’t know how, feel free to contact the Hillel account because we here at Hillel know about many different opportunities.
The early bid registration for NUJLS (National Union of Jewish LGBT Students) for the 2012 annual conference ends on January 9th, 2012 (Monday). So, if you want to be a part of this conference, follow the link for more information. http://www.auhillel.org/nujls.html
Jew of the week:
Jerzy Kluger, a Jewish friend of Pope John Paul II, passed away this week. He was instrumental in helping Pope John Paul II and the Church improve relations between Catholics and Jews throughout the world. For more information on the life of Jerzy Kluger and his role in helping the Pope on Jewish matters, see the following link:
Good Goys of the week:
All of the people voting in the upcoming New Hampshire Republican Primary! Remember every vote counts!
Joke of the week:
It is so cold… You bake a cake, set it out to cool, 10 minutes later it’s frosted.
More bad cold jokes can be found at, http://www.yuksrus.com/weather_coldtemp.html.
Remember if you have any recommendations for joke, goy, or Jew of the week please Blitz Rachel Funk.
Welcome Back to Campus!!