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Freshmen

Freshmen

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Welcome Freshmen!


You've finally made it; college life! This is a very exciting time. The next 4/5 years will define who you will be as a person for the rest of your life. In so many ways your university years influence your personality, from the classes you take to the friends you make, from the nightlife to your Jewish experience.

"Jewish experience?" you ask, "that wasn't on my to-do list at Drexel".

Well then, welcome to Chabad at Drexel. You're soon to find out that doing Jewish at Drexel is the next big thing on the block. For starters, being part of the coolest community on campus gives you a warm "home away from home" and a sense of "fraternity", excuse the pun. If done right, it will enlighten you and answer some of the most pressing questions you'll have during this new phase in your life.

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Shabbat and Holidays

Celebrating Shabbat at Drexel is one of the greatest experiences you can have. Friday night begins with a lively service, followed by a delicious four course home-made dinner! Shabbat day-Saturday, we have a full schedule of breakfast, service and Lunch! We're here for all the holidays as well! So fear not, Jewish celebration at Drexel is just beginning!

To learn more about Shabbat Click here.

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Weekly programs and classes

At Chabad there's always something going on! EVERY day of the week there's something else happenin'!! (no kidding). Check out our calendarto be in the know. Also check out our weekly Torah classes.

Remember! you don't have to know much to join Chabad, you're a Jew and that's all thatt counts :)!

To do list:

A. Get to know us; browse the about page on our site.

B. Check out pictures of last years programming.

C. Be in the know; sign up for our emails to get up-to-date info on the Drexel Jewish community.

D. Join the family; friend us on facebook.

E. Check out all the Kosher places to eat in Philly.


Feel free to give a ring/text/facebook at any hour of the day or night!

Rabbi Chaim and Moussia Goldstein

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