West Virginia University will have access to a wider variety of kosher meals thanks to a new campus partnership with the Rohr Chabad Jewish Center.
The partnership will give students, faculty, staff and guests greater access to kosher items at three locations on the Evansdale campus. In addition, students with WVU Dining Plans will be able to use their plans at the Chabad Jewish Center’s weekly lunches and dinners, regardless of religious observance.
Drew and Rhea Shervan of Las Vegas, parents of WVU senior Brittany Shervan, funded the project. Drew is the CEO of Desert Kitchens Las Vegas, and donated the funds, equipment, and time to personally oversee the project. Visit WVUkosher.com or facebook.com/wvukosher for more information. pjc