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Chabad at Dartmouth Inaugurates $3.2 Million Jewish Student Center
Campus Life
Includes a synagogue, 3,000-book library and garden for outdoor events
Chabad on Mars? Pondering Jewish Life in Space
The Arts
An artistic exploration from Tech Tribe, the Chabad House for high-tech
Rich in Jewish History, Malta Gets Its First Luxury Mikvah
Community once used stone shelters just steps from the sea
First Stop Is Mexico for Traveling Torah Dedicated to Long Island Emissaries’ Son
North America
A young Chabad couple moving to San Miguel will take a venerable scroll with them
Holocaust Survivor Finds Lost Relatives: The Impact of a Weekly Story
North America
Circulated to tens of thousands, 300th issue of “Here’s My Story” is published
Rookie NFL Kicker Scores Goal With New Mezuzah
North America
Greg Joseph already an inspiration in Cleveland
Rebbetzin Chaya Zelda (Clara) Kramer, 89, a Gracious Bastion of Kindness
She left her mark on generations of Jewish Montrealers
With No Power, No Food and Four Hungry Kids, Tallahassee Couple Finds Chabad
North America
Throughout the state, acts of kindness in wake of Hurricane Michael
Historic Fortress Unearthed at Helsinki Chabad Site
A major, unexpected find, say Finland archeologists
24-Year-Old Chicago Murder Victim Remembered for His Kindness
North America
Eliyahu Moscowitz memorial gathering set for Thursday evening
As Thousands Fled Hurricane Michael, This Rabbi Moved In and Is Helping Others
North America
Poised to assist those impacted by one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history
Abraham & Sarah: Online Course Explores Judaism’s First Couple
An in-depth, four-week look at one of history’s most famous relationships
Two Killed, One Wounded at Industrial Park Near Ariel, Israel
Victims were bound and shot by a terrorist at close range
Rabbi Mendel Sasonkin, 54, Chabad Emissary to Ohio
Beloved leader of Akron Jewish community
Sensory-Sensitive Sukkah Celebration a New Kind of Inclusion in Wisconsin
Holiday Watch
Friendship Circle provides special headphones and the dancing goes on
Preschool in Brooklyn Heights Park Provides First Jewish Contact
Program sends kids home with a weekly taste of their heritage
Chabad Comes to the West Village
North America
Center will serve an evolving mix of longstanding residents, business people and young families
When a Private Sukkah Costs $4 Million, Where Do We Eat?
Holiday Watch
How Manhattan’s Upper East Siders do the holiday mitzvahs
An Unforgettable Yom Kippur for Wilmington Flood Victims
North America
Holidays provides a time and place for a reeling community to gather and reflect
In France, It’s Sukkot for Visitors to the Ryder Cup
Growing Jewish life in suburban Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
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