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The SGA is busy discussing many matters that are important to Barnard’s bustling community; our correspondent, restless reporter Renée Kraiem writes. Rep Council met Monday evening despite making quorum by the exact number given the significant absence of Representatives celebrating Rosh Hashanah. In honor of their absence SGA took to hear the renewal and rejuvenation […]

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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 […]

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In our newest feature, HolidayHop, Bwog will explain religious holidays so you don’t have to pretend to understand them. Tekiah… Shevarim Teruah… Tekiah… These Hebrew words are spoken between blasts blown from the shofar, a ram’s horn. On Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, the sounding of the shofar is meant to wake Jews from […]

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