A (Fri)day in the life

This blog post was captured on video by Caleb Freiman, a member of the Tivnu 8 cohort from New Haven, CT. He is a chess and strategy game enthusiast, a music lover and guitar learner, and enjoys a deep philosophical conversation. He interns at Street Roots, a local alternative newspaper and houselessness advocacy organization, and participates in Tivnu construction.

This vlog highlights a day in the life of T8 (Tivnu’s 8th cohort), from morning until Shabbat begins. Watch it to see how social everyone is in the morning, what we do at the construction job site, and how we get ready for Shabbat. Hope you enjoy it!

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