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My Chabad rabbi has been bugging me to take off one semester to study in a yeshiva “some time before graduate school.” It’s still not clear to me what this yeshiva place is all about, and definitely not clear why I should take off in the middle of my stud...
Sociologists would surely have predicted that Jacob would rear confused children who would grow up with a deep hatred toward the “archaic,” “burdensome” values of their ancestors.
Is it the ideal position for a Jew to be locked off from the world, isolated in a self-imposed ghetto? We were tasked with being "a light unto the nations" and we can't do our job if we stay home and hibernate...
Dr. Laz – Jewish Renaissance Man
Dr. Laz's unique healing formula is not available in pharmacies, but it is highly effective in uplifting the spirit of others, including at-risk youth on the periphery. The CURE in four simple words stands for: Communication, Understanding, Respect and Ed...
Meet Zach, Uri and Yitzchak: Three Roads to One Destination
The students come here and find a spirituality they never knew existed. A relationship with G-d they never knew they could have.
Marking 100 Years Since His Passing
In the latter part of the 19th century, in the small Russian (now Belarusian) town of Volozhin, a miniature revolution was brewing.
Revisiting the Formative Decades of the Famous Chabad Yeshivah 120 Years Since its Establishment
1. Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, Who Founded the Yeshivah in 1897 On the 15th of Elul 5657 (12 September, 1897), two days after the wedding of his son, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak, Rabbi Shalom DovBer (the fifth Chabad Rebbe, pictured) convened a gathering of...
Adults in Austin study texts, attend lectures and spend time with visiting rabbinical students
Fifth-generation Texan Adam Kaman has long toyed with the idea of studying in yeshivah. But with a growing family and full-time job in the corporate offices of an Austin-based food retailer, he has not been able to actualize that dream. This summer, howev...
The largest cohort since 2012 will serve Jewish communities all over the world
A host of newly ordained rabbis, 257 of them, gathered in the Chabad-affiliated Rabbinical College of America, outside of Morristown, N.J., for what is possibly the largest celebration of its kind in the world this year. The rabbis, who have graduated fro...
With guidance from the Rebbe, a small group of students started a big learning center
Rabbi Mattis Kantor remembers when he left Australia in 1959 at the age of 15 to learn abroad. “There was no yeshivah in Australia, so I went to public school and learned Talmud in the afternoons, but that wasn’t enough,” says the rabbi and author, who ha...
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