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Providing social, educational, religious and cultural experiences for the students at Duke University, UNC at Chapel Hill and the local Jewish community.

Students at Duke University and UNC at Chapel Hill can choose from a plethora of dynamic programming: Weekly Shabbat dinners, events for every Jewish holiday, social gatherings and more.

Chabad at Duke & UNC Chapel Hill has many exciting programs and student leadership opportunities. Students from Duke and UNC Chapel hill are invited to participate in our Sinai Scholars Society that unites Jewish students from across the country in the discovery of Judaism.

Students planning their winter, spring and summer breaks should contact Chabad at Duke and UNC Chapel Hill. We are affiliated with several organizations that coordinate all inclusive trips and unique experiences around the world.
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Upcoming Holiday
Oct. 4 - Oct. 5
Daily Thought
Yom Kippur is described in many ways. One very poignant description is that it is “once in a year.” You see, the human soul is also described in many ways, with five different names, each describing a deeper level of her being. The fifth, deepest level is called yechidah, which means “one and unique.” Yechidah is the soul as she is fused and one with her Creator, so that the two are an inseparable whole. Yom Kippur is the day that the essential bond of yechidah shines within the time and space in our world. Meaning that once in a year, the One Above unites...