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Obituary: Rabbi Yosef Rosenfeld, 89, Made Immigrant School a Global Powerhouse

For more than six decades Rabbi Yosef (Joseph) Rosenfeld served as the steward of Oholei Torah Educational Institution in Brooklyn, N.Y., one of the largest yeshivahs in the world. His formal title was executive director, but the term would not accurately describe his total devotion to the institution and, more importantly, its staff and students.

$5 Million Gift to Endow Chabad Rabbi at Harvard

In a first for Jewish student life on campus, Harvard Chabad announces the establishment of the Harvard Chabad Endowment for Jewish Leadership, with a $5,000,000 gift by Jackie and Omri Dahan. The gift will endow the position of Rabbi Hirschy Zarchi, Founder and President of Harvard Chabad, which will henceforth be named The Jackie and Omri Dahan Harvard Chabad Jewish Chaplain.

From The Archives: The Rebbe’s Unique Shofar Collection

It has been many painful years since the Rebbe last blew Tekios on Rosh Hashanah, when the somber atmosphere and the sounds emanating from Rebbe’s Shofar would penetrate the soul of each of the thousands of man and woman packed into 770 for the occasion. is honored to publish an exclusive sneak peak at the Rebbe’s personal collection of Shofars – the first time they have ever been photo documented.

Lamplighters Podcast: World’s First Chabad on Campus Still Going Strong

In Episode 30 of Lamplighters: Stories From Chabad Emissaries On The Jewish Frontier, reporter/producer Gary Waleik presents the story of Jonathan Wilson, whose relationship with Chabad House at UCLA’s Rabbi Dovid and Rebbetzin Elisa Gurevich enhanced not only his college experience, but his life well beyond it. It’s a shining example of how the popular – and exponentially growing – Chabad on Campus inspires positive growth amongst young Jews who need the spiritual and material support it offers.