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A seder plate with symbolic foods, each of which represent parts of the Passover story. (Photo courtesy of Rosa Kirk-Davidoff ’21.)

Students celebrate a second pandemic-era Passover

April 7, 2021
This year, the Jewish holiday of Passover (known in Hebrew as Pesach) began on the evening of Saturday, March 27 and lasted until the evening of Sunday, April 4. Students celebrating at the College faced unique challenges in observing the occasion.
Miranda Wang ’21 decorated her windows with red paper cutouts for Lunar New Year. (Photo courtesy of Miranda Wang.)

Students adapt Lunar New Year celebrations for travel, quarantine

February 17, 2021
As most students prepared to return to campus, many of those who celebrate the Lunar New Year had to explore how they could observe the holiday while adhering to the College’s public health guidelines.
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