Forty students attended the first-ever Shofar Factory at Chabad of Princeton University, where they carved their own ram’s horns to be used on Rosh Hashana.
Friday, / July 10, 2020
Two Universities React as Antisemitism Steps Out of the Shadows
While college administrators debate the limit of free speech, Chabad campus leaders take action.
Sarah Ogince |
Popping Bottles With Intention
“I’m still popping bottles, but instead of popping them at a bar or nightclub, it’s at the Shabbat table. It’s the same hustle but with…
Tzipora Reitman |
Israeli Minorities Find A Platform at Stanford University Chabad
Less than twenty-four hours before it was due to begin, an event scheduled to take place at Stanford University’s Hillel facility earlier this week was…
Ruthy Procaccia |
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."
Staff Writer |