Uncategorized | 4:43 pm | December 14, 2009 | By Yale Daily News

Menorah lighting: Judaism and study breaks unite

A menorah was set up on Beinecke Plaza on Monday, the fourth night of Hanukkah.
A menorah was set up on Beinecke Plaza on Monday, the fourth night of Hanukkah. Photo by Grace Patuwo.

The Slifka Center and the Chabad House are co-hosting a Chanukah candle lighting ceremony tonight at 7 p.m. on Beinecke Plaza. There will be latkes, jelly donuts and an eight-foot menorah. It’s a small consolation prize for the fact that the Jewish holiday coincides with exam period.

Students participate in a menorah-lighting ceremony held Monday night on Beinecke Plaza.
Grace Patuwo
Students participate in a menorah-lighting ceremony held Monday night on Beinecke Plaza.
Attendees enjoy refreshments at a menorah-lighting ceremony Monday night.1
Grace Patuwo
Attendees enjoy refreshments at a menorah-lighting ceremony Monday night.1
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