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Binghamton University's Chabad Inducts New "Legacy" Torah

WICZ-TV - Binghamton, NY, Sunday, September 17, 2017

Binghamton University's Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Life inducted a special "Legacy" Torah on Sunday morning. More than 200 students and community members gathered on campus to parade Judaism's most sacred book before dancing and reading from it at the Chabad Center on Murray Hill Road. "It will sit here with our other three Torahs, but this one is a little more special because it's really connected with students who went here," said Mariah Stein, Chabad President...

Chabad Celebrates Binghamton Legacy Torah With Parade

Pipe Dream - Binghamton University, NY, Sunday, September 17, 2017

The Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life celebrated the induction of a new Torah scroll with a welcoming celebration and parade from University Union to the Chabad House on Sunday afternoon. Dubbed the “Binghamton Legacy Torah,” it will serve as the centerpiece of Jewish life at Binghamton University. The Legacy Torah marks the development of Chabad from a small group of a dozen or so students to an organization that represents a significant portion of the Jewish student population at BU. Steven Levy, ‘85, came back to witness the event and see for himself the growth of Chabad...

Out-Of-Town ASU Students Have Place to Call Home During the High Holidays

Jewish News of Greater Phoenix - AZ, Wednesday, September 13, 2017

...“I am so grateful to have Chabad at ASU, where I am able to sleep at Chabad and fully observe the holiday,” said ASU student Nicole Paul. “It’s truly my home away from home.”...

Students Remember 9/11 on Campus

WAND - Urbana, IL, Monday, September 11, 2017

...The Illini Chabad Jewish Student Center encourages students to pledge to do something good. "The Chabad philosophy is that even a little light can dispel a lot of darkness," Rabbi Mordy Kurtz says. He says it's the little things on days like today that mean so much. "Just by pledging a small, small deed - calling your mom, doing better in your classes, helping somebody that i don't like - it may seem insignificant but its really, changing the world starts with changing yourself," Kurtz says.

Ten Reasons to Go to Chabad on Campus

Heritage Florida Jewish News, Friday, September 8, 2017

...9) Roadside assistance-When I was a student, one of my first experiences with Chabad was the time I got into a car accident just outside of campus. I was new to the school and away from home for the first time. After I got off the phone with my father, I got a call from the campus Chabad rabbi. Within 10 minutes, he was on the scene with hot food and stayed with me for about five hours until the entire process was over. These are the kind of people that Chabad on campus rabbis and rebbetzins are. No matter the time, or the need, they will always be there to support and assistance you...

Today's Special: UI's Allen Hall Gets Cafeteria With Kosher Meals

Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette - IL, Sunday, September 10, 2017

A University of Illinois residence hall now has a cafeteria that serves kosher meals. Rabbi Dovid Tiechtel, director of Illini Chabad, said that the cafeteria opened Aug. 29 on the lower level at Allen Hall, 1005 W. Gregory Drive, U. "This is a major breakthrough for Jewish life on campus," Tiechtel said. "This is an issue students and parents have been asking me about since I first moved here in 2003. And it's happening."...

Students Fund Raise to Help Aid Hurricane Victims

Orion - CSU Chico, CA, Wednesday, September 6, 2017

...The initiative was in effort to provide meals, housing and damage repair to victims of Hurricane Harvey. They sent the total of $176 to the Chabad Jewish Center of Houston. Chana Zwiebel, co-director of the Chabad Jewish Center of Chico said, “We all see the devastation, and we all can make a difference. Even if we can’t physically be there, every drop in the bucket counts.”...

Jewish and Israeli Groups Rally to Help Hurricane Victims in Houston

Jerusalem Post, Wednesday, September 6, 2017

...Ethan Robinson, a freshman from the University of Texas, was among the 60-student contingent led by Chabad of UT director Rabbi Zev Johnson... Tennessee native Ben Davis remembered the devastation wrought in 2010, when Tennessee was hit with a 1,000-year flood. So when his Chabad Rabbi at the University of Colorado asked him if he could help with the relief efforts in Houston, Davis was immediately on board...

150 Students From 7 Colleges Assist Chabad With 'Harvey' Aid

Arutz Sheva, Tuesday, September 5, 2017

...Beginning over a week ago, Rabbi Shmuli and Nechama Slonim, directors of Chabad at Rice U., along with several student volunteers, have been cooking meals for, and otherwise assisting, those affected by Hurricane Harvey. As the word spread around campus, more students joined in the efforts. By last Thursday, approximately 200 students from Rice University had volunteered with Chabad to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The Chabad on Campus-led mission is part of a mammoth relief effort by Chabad of Texas which has rescued and provided assistance to thousands of flood victims...

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