A delicious invitation, courtesy of the amazing Eva Steinberg ’17:
What better way to celebrate the impending onslaught of matzo then with challah?! Come on Friday to Exley to buy some of everyone’s favorite braided treat! All proceeds go to charity (half to relief for the genocide in Darfur, half to local organizations that focus on feeding the hungry). This month our flavors are plain and cinnamon bun!
Date: Friday, April 4 Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Place: Exley Science Center, first floor Cost: $2 – $3 per challah
Come and buy some challah! All proceeds go to charity (half to relief for the genocide in Darfur, half to local organizations that focus on feeding the hungry). This month our flavors are: plain, chocolate chip, and cinnamon bun!
Date: Friday, February 21 (tomorrow!) Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Place: Exley Science Center, First Floor Cost: $2 – $3 per challah
Come to Challah for Hunger’s first sale of the semester! We will be selling plain ($5) and apple, walnut and honey(!!)($7) — there will also be some without nuts. For completing an act of advocacy (come by to find out more!), you will get a $1 discount! The proceeds from the sale will go to aid in Darfur and local hunger relief efforts. Come early, cause the delicious challah will sell out quickly!
(Please keep in mind: unfortunately, we can only accept cash, not points or middletown cash)
Cassie Garvin ’14 wants you to eat and save lives.
Come buy challah at Olin! The proceeds go to aid in Darfur. We will be selling plain challah for $5 and apple cinnamon for $7. If you complete an Act of Advocacy, you will get a $1 discount. Come and buy some! They are delicious and it is for an very important cause!
Date: April 10 – April 10 Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Place: Olin
Challah for Hunger is a new group on campus which raises money for Darfur and other relief efforts through baking and selling challah. If you like baking and you want to help a good cause come to an informational meeting this Saturday at 2pm at The Bayit.
The ICC was created in 2002 to attempt to apply the rule of law worldwide to protect the most basic human rights. “The Reckoning” is a documentary film which outlines the history of the ICC in international politics and brings personal stories from prosecutors’ investigations, victims, perpetrators, and local activists in the first four conflict situations where the ICC intervened (northern Uganda, Colombia, Darfur/Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo). Join Wesleyan Students Taking Action Now Darfur for a showing of this film. Dinner and discussion to acccompany film!
Shelby Arnold ’12 and Geri Rosenberg ’12 write in to tell us about WeSTAND, a student group advocating to help the people in Darfur:
Kick off second semester by joining WeSTAND!!!
When: Mondays, 10 PM Where: Usdan 110
WeSTAND is a student group advocating help to the refugees of the Darfur Crisis. The Darfur region of Sudan has been undergoing harsh genocide for the past 6 years. Last semester, we went into the local high school to educate others about the crisis, held movie showings, and much more. This semester we want you to be involved to help us do even more to raise awareness about the crisis in Darfur.
Come see Sand and Sorrow, a film about the conflict in Sudan and the genocide in Darfur, directed by Paul Freedman and narrated by George Clooney. The movie will be followed by a discussion with members of WeSTAND, baked goods will be provided for FREE! Date: Thursday, November 20 Time: 7 pm Place: Shanklin 107