It’s starting to get cold outside. While we have been so lucky to have such a beautiful fall, winter is coming! We collected advice from your favourite campus professionals on how to stay warm this winter… the Jewish way. We asked:
“What’s the best way to stay warm this winter?”
1. “Matching knitted Magen David undies and socks made by my auntie Esther.” – Rob Nagus, Director at Hillel UofT.
2. “As always, the answer is chicken soup. Lots of it.” – Ashira Prizant, Director at Queen’s Hillel.
3. “That vodka l’chaim wasn’t just to celebrate, it will also keep you warm!” – Lily Fostikova, Program Coordinator at Jewski.
4. “Don’t leave the house with wet hair!” – Shira Unterman, Program Coordinator at Hillel UofT.
5. “Chulent – take some food and cook it for 24 hours.” – Rabbi Julia Appel, Senior Jewish Educator at Hillel UofT.
6. “Visit Israel!” – Gila Cotler, Director at Guelph Hillel.
7. “Matzah-ball soup, huddle together and do a circle dance.” – Emily Goldstein, Director at Hillel Waterloo.
8 “Get your ugly Channukah Sweater ready.” – Anna Kissin, Director at Hillel York.
9. “Come have coffee or tea with us at the Western Hillel House.” – Carli Fink, Associate Director at Western Hillel.
10. “Just like your mom always told you. Wear a hat!”– Judith Dworkin, Campus Director at McMaster Hillel.
11. “A hot cup of cocoa and a suvgania (Channukah donut).” – Allysa Moses, Campus Director at Ryerson Hillel.