Sep

27

Free Food: Ring in the New Year with Apples & Honey

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An artistic rendering of what could be in your stomach now...

Update: If apples and honey aren’t enough to satisfy your sugar craving, scamper over to Barnard, where you can find free dessert until 1:30 in the Altschul lobby.

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, starts tomorrow night, so the legendary nosh purveyors at Hillel are giving away apples and honey on the Lerner Ramps from 11:30-12:30. Fun fact: apples traditionally represent the cyclical nature of life, and honey symbolizes hopes for a sweet new year. If you’re still curious, back in the day, we hopped the September Jewish holidays. L’Chaim!

Honey just looks more appetizing in person via Wikimedia Commons.

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