RCA Alum Saluted for Work with Youth
RCA Alum Saluted for Work with Youth May 12, 2011
Rabbi Moishe Feiglin, alum of RCA is honored for his work with teens at A.L.I.Y.A. in Crown Heights, NY.
Providence in Prague
Providence in Prague July 26, 2011
Two students from Morristown NJ have an unexpected encounter thousands of miles away in the Czech Republic.
Rabbi Leader in Road to Recovery
Rabbi Leader in Road to Recovery Montreal, Canada
Rabbi Benyamin Bresinger, Alumnus of RCA, is leading the way in the fight against addiction.
RCA Alumni Light Up The World Sunday, December 24, 2006
RCA Alumni Light Up The World 12/24/2006
RCA Alumni host thousands of Chanuka events and menora lightings, many for soldiers, prisoners, and others that are too often forgotten.
Tiferes Graduate Instrumental in Slain Professor's Jewish Burial Thursday, April 26, 2007
Tiferes Graduate Instrumental in Slain Professor's Jewish Burial It was 7 a.m. Tuesday when the phone rang at Rabbi Shlomo Mayer’s home in Charlottesville...
Amazing Example of How RCA Grad Light Up World Tuesday, December 26, 2006
Amazing Example of How RCA Grads Light Up World The famous skyline in Hong Kong looked a bit different this past week as Chabad’s Giant Menorah and first-time Car Parade brought an added dimension of light. “Although we have been doing this for 21 years, this year’s events introduced a new meaning of Chanukah to Hong Kong” says Rabbi Avtzon, head shliach of China.

Alumni In Action Thursday, October 20, 2005
Alumni In Action On the first day of Rosh Hashana, over 40 people joined together at the Chabad Center in Bratislava, Slovakia, for an inspiring program
An impressive occasion held today in Berlin in the presence of thousands of Jews and dozens of public figure the new and glamorous Chabad Jewish Center was inaugurated.
NY TIMES -article on former student of Rabbinical College of America
NY TIMES -article on former student of Rabbinical College of America Junior High School 22, in the South Bronx, had run through six principals in just over two years when Shimon Waronker was named the seventh.

Teachers, parents and students at the school, which is mostly Hispanic and black, were equally taken aback by the sight of their new leader: A member of the Chabad-Lubavitch sect of Hasidic Judaism with a beard, a black hat and a velvet yarmulke.