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Incoming Jewish freshmen will kick off their collegiate careers at the University of Delaware in style at the 10th annual Freshman Fest, a 30-hour programming gala sponsored by UD Hillel and Chabad on Campus in conjunction with the university’s Jewish Stu...
Arrests have yet to be made in the case of an anti-Semitic assault with a machete against two Carelton University students in Ottawa, but one of the victims of the attack says that he expects more progress to be made in the investigation when students ret...
Jewish centers around the world took a hands-on approach to prepping people for Passover, offering children and adults alike the chance to get down and dirty with flour and water and learn how to make the special unleavened bread known as matzah.
It’s no secret Chanukah menorahs come in all shapes, sizes and colors, and feature any of a number of materials in their construction.
Little did Yishaya Rose know when he enrolled at New York University nearly six years ago that not only would he meet his future wife, he’d find the deep religious connection that led him to the city in the first place.
Close to 200 students, parents, alumni and other well-wishers filled a suburban Chicago event hall to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Chabad-Lubavitch Center for Jewish Student Life at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
University of Illinois chancellor Richard Herman will address a Sunday night dinner celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Chabad-Lubavitch Center for Jewish Student Life.
Lawrence Rosenbaum’s idea to stimulate the economy of Auburn, N.Y., may sound a bit cheesy, but for the Albany-based entrepreneur, that’s the whole point.
The 3,700-square-foot Oasis at the University of Miami is under the supervision of Rabbi Mendy Fellig, director of the school’s local Chabad House. Former U.S. Energy Secretary Donna Shalala was an early champion of the project.
Campus-based Chabad-Lubavitch centers, whether they’re in large cities or small college towns, are joyfully rolling out the red carpet to embrace Jewish college students as they begin the new school year.
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