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Trumpets and Dancing Greet Princeton’s New Torah

April 22, 2009 11:00 AM
With blaring trumpets in procession behind them, students marched through Princeton University’s gothic Blair Arch this month in celebration of a new Torah scroll donated to the Chabad-Lubavitch center serving the Ivy League campus. The festivities included a round of dancing with the Torah, which will allow Chabad-on-Campus co-directors Rabbi Eitan and Gitty Webb, to run a synagogue geared to students with little knowledge of Jewish traditions and liturgy.
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A student shares her reflection on the Torah in Princeton University’s Rockefeller College common, where the dedication of a new scroll donated by the Sandra Brand Torah Fund began.
A student shares her reflection on the Torah in Princeton University’s Rockefeller College common, where the dedication of a new scroll donated by the Sandra Brand Torah Fund began.

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