University of Wisconsin-Madison sophomore Lauren Ross is a graduate of the Campus Hunger Project Cohort Program and the Challah for Hunger Representative to the MAZON Board of Directors. Lauren recently wrote an op-ed for the View from Campus, a monthly feature from New York Jewish News, urging campuses to take a more proactive response to acknowledging … Continue reading Addressing Campus Hunger Head-On, an op-ed by Lauren R.
Since the Campus Hunger Project launched this summer, 32 chapters and counting have pledged to participate in the Campus Hunger Project, and our student volunteers have conducted 23 interviews of campus administrators to understand if and how their campuses support those in need. Sumner Schwartz, a junior and Challah for Hunger chapter treasurer at Occidental College, has been very … Continue reading Learning from the Campus Hunger Project
This week we feature Ana Mendelson, a senior at the University of Virginia and former chapter president. This past year, Ana served as the Challah for Hunger representative to the MAZON Board of Directors. It’s the first time that a CfH leader has served on the board and when we asked, Ana had a lot … Continue reading Q & A with Ana Mendelson
The guest blogger this week is Mallory Hirschfeld, the events coordinator of CfH at Binghamton University. CfH at Binghamton hosted the 1st Annual “Challah for Hunger Games” this past month. The event was both fun, mission driven and engaging in campus outreach. The goal of the “Challah for Hunger Games” event was to bring together multiple clubs and organizations … Continue reading Chapter Spotlight: Binghamton University
The guest blogger this week is Samantha Morgan, the advocacy chair of CfH at the University of Pittsburgh. Samantha organized a hunger education and challah baking event at Rodef Shalom Synagogue with Repair the World Pittsburgh, Just Harvest, and Grow Pittsburgh. After Sunday school ended at Rodef Shalom, 50 kids sat at two long tables waiting to get their … Continue reading Chapter Spotlight: University of Pittsburgh