Nottingham Jewish Society is starting off the new year from a succah.
The JSoc has arranged two Succot feasts for freshers week, with the chance for all students to meet the new chaplains for Nottingham.
Committee members will be at JSoc stalls at the Nottingham University freshers fair from September 22 onwards, and at Nottingham Trent University the following week.
There will also be a bar crawl in Nottingham city centre, a freshers Friday night dinner and the annual JSoc barbecue at the Hillel House.
Andy Lawrence, the JSoc publicity officer, promised there would be “endless food supplies” at the events.
He said: “Freshers are guaranteed to go home with no room at all left in their stomachs.”
“It doesn't end there. Our calendar is jam-packed with events this term, starting with themed Friday nights, our annual Booze for Jews, and much, much more.”