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Hillel Society secretary Pamela Roth ’04 provides an update on upcoming Hillel Society activities:

This Wednesday, March 20 at 7:30 pm in the Williams Center is the Hillel Society’s most important and exciting event of the year. “An Evening with Madame F” is going to be very inspirational and moving. Claudia Stevens, a famous musician who is currently a professor at William and Mary, will be performing an evening of music, which tells the story of a French cabaret singer who was forced to perform at Auschwitz. The event is free, so come support our organization and bring your friends.

Come share in one of the most wonderful Jewish traditions of them all — we’ll be making matzah ball soup this Thursday at 4:30 pm in the house.

For Passover, math professor Ethan Berkove and his wife are hosting a first Seder in their home and would like to know if any students who are staying on campus want to share in this special time with them. Please let him know ASAP — you can call him at x5582 or email him at

For those students staying on campus during Spring Break, the only place with Pesach food available will be Gilbert’s. There, you will be able to get the usual — matozah, tuna, etc.

When we all get back from break, a Passover meal plan will be available in Marquis like last year. Food will be available from Sunday night until Thursday afternoon, and for all those who come to the board meetings on Monday, we are going to have our lunch in Marquis in the back room.

Our annual Interfaith Seder is going to be in the Marlo Room on April 2nd at 5:30 pm. This is a lot of fun, and bring your friends. Everyone is welcome.

If anyone would like to spend a day in New York City, English professor Deborah Byrd ( is hosting a trip to visit the Holocaust and Heritage museums. There are limited seats on the bus, so contact Professor Byrd or history professor Robert Weiner ASAP. The trip is free.

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