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Yonit Tanenbaum

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Five years after Hurricane Katrina swept through New Orleans, members of the city’s hard-hit Jewish community are pointing to the grand-opening of a ritual bath as evidence of the region’s continuing rebirth.
With the goal of revolutionizing the way university students approach Jewish texts and teachings, the Sinai Scholars Society hosted its second-annual academic symposium at Dartmouth College.
In her address at the concluding banquet of the 22nd-annual International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries, Hadassah Lieberman urged the thousands of Jewish community leaders in attendance to continue being strong advocates for strengthenin...
The girls of Troop 3131 make up one of the few completely Jewish troops in the almost 100-year history of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. They’re spending their time earning merit badges and learning about leadership.
Devorah Halberstam, who lost her son Ari in a 1994 terrorist attack, received the FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award for her work on behalf of victims and in support of the war on terror.
Approximately 100 Jewish New Yorkers packed a room in the East Village to memorialize the lives of slain Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries Rabbi Gavriel and Rivka Holtzberg through music and contemplative lyrics.
Representing more than 100 campuses worldwide, hundreds of university students descended on the Jewish community of Crown Heights in Brooklyn, N.Y., for several days of what one participant succinctly described as a dose of spiritual “rejuvenation.”
Hundreds of Jewish college students representing campuses around the world are making their way to New York City for the Chabad on Campus International Student Shabbaton.
Texas’ Stringfellow Unit, a minimum and medium security facility in the southeast part of the state, enacted a new policy allowing Jewish prisoners to eat all of their Sukkot meals inside of a sukkah.
Returning university students and incoming freshmen alike have jumped into a semester of Jewish promise at schools across North America.
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