The 8th Annual Harold I. Saperstein '31 Cornell Student Topical Sermon Contest challenges you to address:
How can we find a modern sexual ethics?

Sexual harassment has been in the news daily for the past several months.  The #metoo campaign on social media has revealed just how widespread it is.

We cite a few recent writings on the subject:

Our Questions

How can we find a modern sexual ethics?

How shall we treat each other?

Can employment be affliction free?

Your answers

Present a sermon.  Your "Bully Pulpit" to speak on today's most important and cultural issues!

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Inspiration

Harold I. Saperstein '31

A prominent rabbi and advocate for social justice whose sermons stirred people from the pulpit for over fifty years. 

Cornell students will carry on that tradition this year, Tuesdays in the Founders Room of Anabel Taylor Hall from 4:30-6:15 pm.

Guidelines

Scriptural Sources: Select passages from the Hebrew Bible.

Esteemed Honoree: President Elizabeth Garrett..  Cornell's 1st Woman, and 13th University President.

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Awards Gala Photos

Thank you to our photographer Sheryl D. Sinkow, who has beautifully documented all of our celebrations!


With Support From:
Senior Cornell Alumni Advisers
Cornell United Religious Work

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