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Our goal is to create a place where all students can feel at home. Regardless of your affiliation or observance, at Chabad you will find a non-judgmental atmosphere, where being Jewish is fun.

We invite you to participate in our programs, join us for a Friday night Shabbat dinner, or just stop in to hang out.

If we don't know you yet, we look forward to meeting you!
- Rabbi Eliezer & Mushky Gurary
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  • Were the Maccabees Wrong to Fight? When we kindle our Chanukah candles each year, the light that glows is the spirit of faith and... Read More
  • Joseph's Two DreamsBoth of Joseph’s dreams came true: Eleven brothers prostrated themselves to Joseph, and they bowed... Read More
  • Spin Out of Your Box: 3 Lessons From the Dreidel The dreidel teaches us how to break out of preconceived notions in how we view our world... Read More
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Our world today is built upon the foundations of two similar cultures: the Jewish and the Greek. Both treasured the world of ideas. Yet, to this day, they represent two worldviews, still locked in battle. To this day, we struggle: Does human dignity mean that our minds are the measure of all things? Or does it mean to be in the divine image, inextricably bound up with the Infinite that lies beyond the mind? The Greeks reached the pinnacle of intellect at their time. Their ideal was a world built upon the human...
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