We’re looking forward to celebrating Passover together with Seders, experiences across campus, and more! Opportunities below are just for Columbia/Barnard undergrads. Graduate Students are welcome to connect with The Grad Network for Passover opportunities, including Seder and meals on campus.
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Seders at the Kraft Center
First Seder ~ Wed, April 5th, 7:15-9:15pm ~ text “seder1”
We’ll sing, tell the story of Passover, and enjoy the flavors of the Seder together! Whether this Seder is your first one ever or your favorite tradition of the year, all are welcome. Seder will be followed by a delicious kosher for Passover dinner.
Second Seder ~ Thurs, April 6th, 8:00pm ~ text “seder2”
Students of all backgrounds are welcome to join the second night of Passover Seder experience, which will be both traditional and accessible to all.
For those looking for a traditionally observant Passover Seder, contact Rabbi Hain ([email protected]) for details.
DIY Seders on or around campus
Passover Kraft Shabbat Dinner
Passover experiences all week long!
Ritual Lab ~ Mon, April 10th, 6:30-8pm, Kraft Center ~ text “ritual”
Recipe Lab ~ Mon, April 10th, 7:30-9pm, Kraft Center ~ text “recipe”
Community Lunch ~ Tues, April 11th, 11am-1pm, Kraft Center ~ text “lunch”
Yankees Game ~ Thurs, April 13th, Yankee Stadium ~ text “yankees”
- 2021 Seder Supplement – Columbia/Barnard Hillel staff and students share “four questions” on a variety of topics to add to any Seder this year.
- Koach 2020 Haggadah Supplement – Columbia/Barnard Hillel’s Traditional Egalitarian Student Community
- Stein Hain Family Haggadah Supplement – Seder supplement from Yonah Hain and Elana Stein Hain, curated over the past thirteen years of hosting Hillel seders for our undergrads, graduate students, CU faculty and staff at the Kraft Center.
- Yavneh Haggadah Supplement – Columbia/Barnard Hillel’s Orthodox Student Community
- Columbia/Barnard Hillel Passover Community Guide – Students compiled different family traditions and recipes to share with one another!
Grad Network DIY Seder Plate – missing bitter herbs? Want to know the significance of the shank bone? This resource is here to help you make the most of your Seder experience.
Materials for a Uyghur freedom Seder can be found here.
The Five Women of the Exodus: A Feminist Supplement to the Haggadah from NCJW can be found here.
Find tips and tricks to lead your own Seder here.