As published in the Campus Times
Over 40 people gathered on the River Level of the Interfaith Chapel Tuesday evening and sat at a remarkably long table arrangement. The table consisted of 14 bottles of wine, three pieces of Matzo, and eight plates with Zeroa (lamb bone), Beitzah (boiled egg), Maror (bitter herb), Charoset (a mixture of wine, nuts, apple and cinnamon), and karpas (greens) on each of them. Outside the window was the Interfaith Chapel’s trademark view of an awe-inspiring sunset and a green landscape. As everyone met and greeted each other with open arms, it was time for the ceremony to commence. Everyone that sat at the table, Jews and several curious Christians alike, including myself, poured wine into their neighbors’ cups, and prepared for a special night of traditions and fellowship.