Tuesday, / October 4, 2022
Articles Filed Under “Campus”
Ep. 30: World’s First Chabad on Campus Still Going Strong
The 30th episode in its series about the personal struggles and achievements of Chabad representatives
After Fire Destroys Delaware Student Center, Chabad Builds Eight Times Bigger
Two years after arson destroyed the Jewish Student Center at the University of Delaware, Rabbi Avremel and Shulie Vogel broke ground on a new center,…
Jeff Brought Chabad to Guelph, Now It Carries His Name
This July, on Jeff’s yahrzeit, the Dr. Jeff & Lisa White Chabad of Guelph was dedicated in his honor
Students Surprise Refugees with Busload of Food
Students touring Poland with Chabad on Campus responded to an unexpected chance to assist Ukrainian refugees
On Board With COCI
"I wanted to create an environment so that the communal Jewish world would see Chabad for the powerhouse that it is, in terms of its…
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…
Wounded Warriors Bring Jewish Pride To Campus
COCI has been bringing wounded Israeli soldiers to college campuses in the US to help boost Jewish pride among students
A Bridge Built In Buffalo
Fifty years of Chabad at SUNY Buffalo
Miniature “Pegisha” Draws Four Hundred To Brooklyn
A scaled-back version of an annual Shabbat retreat to Brooklyn leaves a deep impression on four hundred college students
A Place At The Table
Four students share why they choose to claim their place at the table
Kugel for Culinary Students?!
New Shluchim to the Culinary Institute of America and Marist College
Torah Learning for College Students, Redefined
New JewishU program offers high-quality Torah courses
Jewish Pride on the Field
Chabad at UCF Celebrates Students’ Soccer Victory
Chabad at UofM Hosts Intimate Graduation Ceremony
When the University of Minnesota announced that there would be no in-person commencement, Chabad organized a ceremony for students and their families.
A Year and Counting: On Covid and Campus and Chabad
College is a time of expanding horizons and new experiences. For the last 12 months, it’s also been a place of the great (and sometimes…
Two Universities React as Antisemitism Steps Out of the Shadows
While college administrators debate the limit of free speech, Chabad campus leaders take action. To Read The Full Magazine Story Log In Subscribe Subscriptions to…
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…
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…
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."
Jewish by Design: Chabad at FIT
They meet weekly in A320, an unassuming club room at the iconic Fashion Institute of Technology. Students of toy design, fashion, and business, they gather…
Acts Of Kindness for Judah
The UC Berkeley campus is no stranger to conflict and dispute. Anti-Israel protests led by students are quite common. But on March 10th, students will…
Defying Religious Stereotypes on Israel’s College Campuses
By the time Zehavit Mohager, a psychology student, began her studies at the University of Haifa at age 23, she had already completed her army…
A Chabad Campus Welcome: Mezuzah Season
As students move back into their dorms on campuses nationwide, Chabad is doing its thing, welcoming them with opportunities to make it a spiritually enriching…
Nanotech Engineers Decode Talmudic Texts
Behind the walls of the guarded nano technology industry, a group of great minds meet five times a week in a breakout room in Albany,…
Newsletter
Donate
Find Your Local Chabad Center
Magazine