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Cohen celebrates Passover virtually via Zoom call

Senior Libby Cohen's table was set for festivities.

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon

May 12, 2020

In the context of COVID-19, many Jewish families have had to get creative in order to keep the holiday alive.

Students get creative with Passover foods

Senior Sharon Sethna and her family has prepared their Seder table for Passover. “I always make [matzah] pizzas; that is what I live off of during Passover,” Sethna said.

Hannah Johnson, Editor in Chief

April 19, 2014

The Jewish holiday of Passover began April 14 and will end eight days later on April 22. There are many coveted Passover traditions, including the Seder service and refraining from eating leavened food and yeast. While it might seem impossible to not eat leavened food, which includes breads, pizza ...