During the first week of the New Year, Challah for Hunger alumni in New York gathered together for a Shabbat dinner. We asked alumna Isabel, who helped organize the event, to share her experience.
Hi! My name is Isabel, and I’m a recent graduate from Barnard College where I was president of the Barnard/Columbia chapter. Since graduating, I’ve started working at a developmental and cancer biology lab at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. As I’m figuring out my life post-college, I want to find ways to build my Jewish community in a new setting, so when the opportunity to host a CfH Shabbat dinner came up, I was excited to be involved. I co-hosted with two other alumni – Sapir and Ana from UVA – and the night was a wonderful experience where we enjoyed homemade challah, great company, and made new connections that will hopefully continue.
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