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Holidays

Holidays

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HOLIDAYS

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Bursting with joy, meaning and a familial comfort, the Holidays at Chabad are an incredible experience, some of the best Vanderbilt memories are created here.

The Chabad Holiday experience is geared towards every Jewish student regardless of background or affiliation (students attend from Conservative, Reform, Orthodox, and "unaffiliated" homes, all are welcome and feel comfortable at Chabad).

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Chabad has inspiring, exciting and uplifting services that are user friendly and dinners and lunches that are incredibly delicious. Services include Hebrew, English, songs, stories and explanations to help everyone connect and experience.
There are 2 ways to observe Yom kippur. You can close you eyes, clench your fists and try to hold out till breakfast or understand the beauty and meaning of the day and actually enjoy it and feel uplifted.

During the day Chabad walked around Campus with the Lulav and Etrog to give Jewish students the chance to perform these very significant Mitzvot.
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This is the Jewish dance party of the year. Dozens of students join Chabad every year for some crazy Jewish dancing with the Torah.
Chanukah is the Festival of Light. It's also eight crazy nights! Chabad wants to make sure that every Jewish student has the ability to celebrate this incredible Holiday.
Purim is an incredible Holiday that has at it's core the strength and commitment of the Jewish soul people. It's celebrated by reading the megilah, having a purim feast giving gifts of food to friends, money to the poor and being extra joyous.

If there is one thing students miss on Passover, it's spending it with their family. At Chabad, we celebrate like family.
Jewish Holidays and Festivals. Explanations, observances, study, guide and multimedia to all major and minor Jewish holidays and fast days.
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