Wednesday, / August 10, 2022
Lubavitch News Service
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Basketball Player Sees Gravity of Antisemitism
After former Miami Heat player Meyers Leonard uttered an antisemitic slur on a gaming live stream, he took responsibility and worked with Chabad Rabbis to…
In Irma Aftermath, Campus Chabad Stays Put and Open
"A disaster like Hurricane Irma can be frightening, but it also brings people together and highlights the wonderful community on campus."
Arizona’s Mountain Range Jewish Community on the Rise
With views overlooking the San Francisco Peaks, the future home of Chabad of Flagstaff will sit on a central road, close to Northern Arizona University—the…
Chabad at WVU Opens New Space on Campus
Location, location, location. For Chabad of Morgantown, West Virginia, that was at the top of their wish list in their search for a new home.
From the US Air Force to the “Mitzvah Tank”
He made history this month when he was inaugurated as the first bearded chaplain to the air force, and now Rabbi Elie Estrin is making…
Braids that Bind: Jewish Women Connect Through Challah Baking
At the University of Connecticut, fresh loaves of Challah serve as a bond for the students and local seniors.
At U.S. Campuses, Jewish Students Break The New Year In With Chabad
(lubavitch.com) As millions of college students packed up their IPODS and laptops and headed back to school, Chabad-Lubavitch campus representatives nationwide waited to welcome them. Students…
Jewish Academic Society Now At 44 Universities Nationwide
(lubavitch.com) In 2007, a Jewish academic society quadrupled its affiliated campuses and saw a record number of Jewish students complete its intensive course of study. Chabad…
Chabad Reaches Jewish Students at Commuter Colleges
When Dan Mendelson’s finance classes end for the day at Baruch College, he hops on a subway and heads to his apartment. Hanging out after…
On College Campuses, Purim Partying Begins Early This Year
Counting down to spring break cheers sleep-deprived and paper swamped college students. But the timing of the vacation has some Chabad campus representatives pulling sleepless nights.…
At Brandeis University, Students To Host Gala In Support of Chabad
(lubavitch.com/LNS) The dynamic at Chabad on campus is typically a simple one: Campus Shluchim give and give, and then give some more. A warm home where…
Chabad at University at Madison, Wisconsin, To Open New Building on Campus
Recently, a young UW student approached Chabad's Rabbi Mendel Matusof with a request for private study sessions. The student’s father had studied a book in…
Shabbaton Happy, College Students Deepen Jewish Identity With Chabad
Quadrupling its usual Shabbat dinner attendance, Chabad of USC had no choice but to put up a vast outdoor tent to accommodate all the students that…
On Campus: After Katrina, Chabad Builds New Student Center At Tulane
Two years after Hurricane Katrina put Chabad of Tulane’s plans for expansion on hold indefinitely, a new 6,000 square foot Rohr Chabad Student Center, with…
At Year-End: Despite Statistics, Chabad on Campus Deepens Jewish Commitment
When Ethan Samuels clutches a freshly printed diploma in his hands in a few weeks, he will be among the tens of thousands of college…
West Coast Students “Shabbatoned” High
The news came late to some students, so when all 450 chairs set up for a Friday night dinner with Chabad at the San diego…
A Primer on Intermarriage for Europe’s Jewish Students
“Why Marry Jewish?” author Doron Kornbluth had better like planes. And crowds. Over a jam-packed, 14-day tour, the popular writer, lecturer and thinker will be…
Jewish Teens: Chabad Keeps Them From Opting Out
A frisson sizzles through Chabad of Flamingo as 90 teens swivel in their seats to see how their Torah for Teens rabbi will handle a…
Trends: College Campuses Dedicate Their Own Torah Scrolls
Slipping from USC fight song into the Jewish pride anthem “David Melech Yisrael” threw trombone player Nathan Tiras for a few beats. He and nine…
On Campus: Students Support for Israel Strong
After a summer-long diet of one-sided media reports and images favoring Lebanese suffering and ignoring that to Israeli civilians and cities, many college students are…
A Harvard Phenomenon
For Jewish parents of Harvard-bound students, the feeling is all too familiar. Proud that they’ve been accepted to one of the most prestigious institutions of…
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