It's a Jewish tradition to eat double beforehand," said Rabbi Dovid Tiechtel of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life on the University of Illinois campus, where many in the local Jewish community fueled up with a 5:30 p.m. buffet Tuesday[…]
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In the spirit of the High Holidays, a group of University of Pittsburgh students provided a measure of comfort to the local homeless population by distributing 500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to three area shelters.
As her four kids play in the kitchen of the Chabad house, Dit Greenberg cooks with Lehigh students to prepare for Friday’s Shabbat dinner. Together they cook challah and other homemade kosher foods for the five-course meal.