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Dinner, amity and spirituality on campus, with a new goal in the Hakhel year
An annual program at Binghamton University in Upstate New York called “Shabbat 1800” brought together nearly that many students on a recent Friday evening to celebrate the Jewish Sabbath. It marked the 22nd year since the inception of the concept at Bingh...
TheJewishWoman.org continues to grow its audience, celebrating 10 years of articles and videos
Mother’s Day has come and gone, but for Cheri Cutler, it’s still very much on her mind. It was a tough one—much of it spent in quiet contemplation as she thought about her mother, Judith, who passed away last April. “I’m still processing it all,” she says...
‘Loaves of Love’ participants learn to make, bake and sell challah to the community
A new program in Chicago offers young adults with special needs the chance to make and sell challah at a kosher bakery. Tzippy Dukes, who started “Loaves of Love” earlier this year, partnered with the local franchise Breadsmith in Skokie, a suburb of Chic...
A Chabad-Lubavitch emissary brings Silicon Valley Jews together
App developers gathered in San Francisco recently for Facebook’s annual F8 conference. Culled from the technology and digital media elite, they came to explore the latest announcements from the tech giant. When Seth Rosenberg, product manager for Facebook...
They mixed, kneaded, separated the dough and recited the blessing, leaving the baking for home
Some 1,128 children gathered on Tuesday afternoon for a “Kids Mega Challah Bake” event, which took place at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan. There, they broke an existing record in Hong Kong held by 426 students, who learned how to knead and bake...
In the process, they’ll also have the opportunity to bless family and friends
In College Station, Texas, for less than a year, Rabbi Yossi and Manya Lazaroff have struck a chord with students with their Shabbat dinners and holiday programming. A student culinary favorite is their spicy Challahpeño.
The addition of some fiery jalapeño pepper adds a kick to challah served at the Chabad Jewish Student Center at Texas A&M University.
In town for the Zeta Beta Tau national convention, fraternity members partnered with the Lubavitch House last week to deliver food packages to needy Philadelphians.
Rabbi Yaakov Gloiberman, director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Lod, Israel, arranged for some 1,000 fans and local Jews to enjoy Shabbat dinner in an event co-sponsored by the European Centre for Jewish Students.
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