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Maddie Lausted


Students sit outside with Shira Kahn, Co-Director and Torah Educator of OU Seif Jewish Learning Initiative
Courtesy of Debra Orel, Event and Marketing Manager for the Center for Jewish Life

Despite isolating conditions, Princeton’s Jewish community connects through prayer, celebration, and tradition

Adapting to the pandemic online stretched all of Princeton’s academic, social, and religious communities, and Princeton’s Jewish community faced its own unique set of challenges. From keeping kosher in quarantine to adapting traditions that require the physical presence of others, the CJL and its student leaders had to adjust how they supported the Jewish community on campus and how they approached building this community in the first place. 

Adapting to the pandemic online stretched all of Princeton’s academic, social, and religious communities, and Princeton’s Jewish community faced its own unique set of challenges. From keeping kosher in quarantine to adapting traditions that require the physical presence of others, the CJL and its student leaders had to adjust how they supported the Jewish community on campus and how they approached building this community in the first place. 


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