Chabad of North Haven Finds a New Home

Since its 2013 founding, Chabad North Haven, New York, has been restrained in its potential.There was no concrete meeting place. Rather, East End residents searching for a spiritual outlet met in a hodgepodge of accommodations: a person’s den one week, another individual’s kitchen the next—whatever made itself available. It was a communal effort, though one that stymied growth and outreach.

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Chabad Unveils New Tech Innovation Lab on Campus

Chabad at the University of Illinois has unveiled a purpose-built innovation and study co-working space. The concept was suggested by U of I alumni Steve Mendes, the project was funded in part by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Goldstick family, and aims to create a new hub for innovative students at the University of Illinois to learn more about the basics of entrepreneurship, enable them to source internships in their chosen field of study in a collaborative environment.

Here’s My Story: Temporarily Permanent

A Chabad emissary in Australia for nearly fifty years, Rabbi Avrohom Glick served as principal of Yeshivah College of Melbourne from 1986 to 2007. Presently he teaches Chasidut in Yeshivah Gedolah, Ohel Chana and Cheder Levi Yitzchok. He was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in his home in Melbourne in July of 2016.