“My biggest hope for Chabad and the organization is that it continues to thrive on this campus, I’ve personally seen a steady growth in the number of people who are involved, and how strong and tight-knit the community has gotten.” 
- Jake Zebaida, ’20
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Happy birthday and mothers day To Dit. L'chaim to the greatest wife and mother any man and child could dream of. We love you Dit. 🎉💐🌹🥂

Happy birthday and mothers day To Dit. L`chaim to the greatest wife and mother any man and child could dream of. We love you Dit. 🎉💐🌹🥂 ...

Our response to President @joseph.j.helble email to the Lehigh University Community @lubrownwhite

Our response to President @joseph.j.helble email to the Lehigh University Community @lubrownwhite ...

THIS THURSDAY 6:15PM ON CAMPUS - THE highly sought after @yadingellmanofficial Will be speaking At Rauch 184 about his harrowing experience on October 7th. An event not to be missed. RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND. Link in bio to RSVP.

THIS THURSDAY 6:15PM ON CAMPUS - THE highly sought after @yadingellmanofficial Will be speaking At Rauch 184 about his harrowing experience on October 7th. An event not to be missed. RSVP IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND. Link in bio to RSVP. ...

We are super excited to announce a special opportunity for all to participate in the completion celebration of a brand new Torah written for the Lehigh University Jewish community. A historic event and first of its kind.
Unity Torah celebration at Mega Shabbat. 

With deep gratitude to Michael and Dara '16 Tisch for generously donating the new Torah.
@darajenna @michaeltisch

We are super excited to announce a special opportunity for all to participate in the completion celebration of a brand new Torah written for the Lehigh University Jewish community. A historic event and first of its kind.
Unity Torah celebration at Mega Shabbat.

With deep gratitude to Michael and Dara `16 Tisch for generously donating the new Torah.
@darajenna @michaeltisch
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With the vision to open the doors of Judaism to all students and faculty at Lehigh,

A warm, welcoming and non-judgmental environment.

Why are we here?  Because we care.  The values that lie at the heart of Chabad at Lehigh are embodied in Torah and Jewish tradition.  They include:

  • A commitment to the growth and success of our students because to us, they are family
  • Dedication to the campus community to ensure Jewish continuity
  • An overall goal of helping one single person many times over because we strive to view each individual as just that, an individual
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