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College sophomore Nacham Lerner said yesterday that the ceremony, which will combine elements of Judaism and environmentalism, was inspired by a 16th-century Jewish tradition. The seder will be celebrated with wine, fruits, nuts and song. After the meal, Hillel will present a screening of the Dr. Seuss movie The Lorax, a film about the contamination of the environment. The event is free and open to the public. -- Drew Zoller

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