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Gerald Teldon, 92, will savor the company of thousands of rabbis, his son and grandsons included
Like many retired businessmen who now live abroad, Gerald Teldon, 92, makes a few trips back to the United States each year to visit his grandchildren and great-grandchildren—the 18th of which is due to be born this winter. But unlike most, Teldon has a s...
Chabad Society in England to host a lineup of international scholars
Though the walls of the Venetian Ghetto have not been standing since 1797—when Napoleon tore them down and ended the ghetto’s separation from the city—a Jewish presence is still strongly felt there, 500 years since its formulation. Established by Doge Leo...
After two busy years, more space to hold programs for local residents and visitors
Though Jews have lived in the port city of Mobile since before the Civil War, it was only two years ago that the third most populous city in Alabama was added to the map of Chabad-Lubavitch outposts worldwide. And just last month, right before the start o...
Emissary parents and their children establish solid Jewish foundation for students at multiple schools
On Sept. 20 (Chai Elul, or the 18th day of the Jewish month of Elul), the Chabad House on Campus in Pittsburgh will celebrate its 28th anniversary, highlighting its partnership with nine local campuses. After bringing on two additional couples, Rabbi Shmu...
Schmidt brothers are ‘the spirit of the Shabbat table and a source of inspiration for others’
While organizations nationwide are putting their heads together to find methods and programs to foster inclusion of those with special needs, one synagogue in Philadelphia has been doing so naturally for 30 years. “As far as we’re concerned, our sons are ...
A father-and-son team has started a culinary sensation on campus
Aryeh’s Kitchen is gearing up for a tasty year ahead. Since May, the full-service campus kosher food truck has been serving gourmet meat meals at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. ​Modern Southern delicacies such as slow-cooked brisket, chicken-an...
Summer trip to Israel and Poland makes an indelible impression on its 80 participants
Summer may seem nearly over, but for the 80 teenagers—40 boys and 40 girls—who embarked on separate three-week travel experiences visiting the death camps of Poland and the more uplifting sights of Israel, it’s going to be on their minds for a very long t...
Growth on many fronts, with two Chabad couples now at this large Midwestern university
Students at Ohio State University have become accustomed to seeing a rabbi push a hot-dog cart around campus; in fact, they look forward to it. For the past 20 years, Rabbi Zalman Deitsch, director of the Schottenstein Chabad House at OSU in Columbus, has...
Concessions ring up big in both numbers and popularity
Summer represents an accounting of sorts for academic institutions, and at the University of Maryland, the numbers are up in one particular field. Concession sales have doubled since the November opening of Testudo’s Kosher Korner at the Xfinity Center at...
Mental-health training addresses identification, assistance and referral
The college years are about so much more than study; they represent a microcosm of the world young adults will enter. They also test students in ways they’re not always prepared for—academically, socially, mentally and spiritually. And that’s where Chabad...
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