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How Far to Help a Friend?
How Far to Help a Friend? June 27, 2011
With escort on first lap from special needs cyclists, three rabbis begin their ride across America.
Dedication of the Schechner Lobby- at the Rabbinical College of America
Dedication of the Schechner Lobby In memory of Judith Ruback Schechner, ob'm
Took place at Sunday, October 28, 2007
Chabad of Western Monmouth County, NJ Monday, June 4, 2007
Volunteers Will Be Honored Program pairs children with special needs with teenage and young adult volunteers
The young volunteers who share fun and friendship with special needs children through the Ari Kraut Friendship Circle will be honored by Chabad of Western Monmouth County during a Morning of Appreciation on June 10.
Chag Hasmicha - Rabbinic Ordination Ceremony Thursday, May 31, 2007
Chag Hasmicha - Rabbinic Ordination Ceremony June 14 at the Campus - All are welcome!
Community Education Thursday, August 25, 2005
High Holiday Programs The Rabbinical College of America announces the first class in a new series of community education programs.
Governor Leads Chanukah Ceremony Friday, December 30, 2005
Governor Leads Chanukah Ceremony Following a Chanukah ceremony in the New Jersey Assembly chambers yesterday, Acting Governor Richard Codey joined Rabbi Moshe Herson, Dean of the Rabbinical College of America and Philip Levine of Flemington, in a mechanical lift to kindle the 16-foot Chanukah menorah at the steps of the New Jersey State House.
Rabbinical Students going on Shlichus
Rabbinical College Students going on Shlichus Round-up of new emissaries on their way to help other Jews- including a new shliach in New Jersey.
Jewish-born ex-Baptists celebrate Purim at Rabbinical College Monday, March 20, 2006
As students at the Rabbinical College of America donned silly costumes and read from the Scroll of Esther in observance of Purim, two undergraduates whose religious upbringing had led them far from Judaism paused to reflected on a similar celebration eight years ago, and how it started them on a path back to their spiritual roots.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006
George A. Weiss, of Hartford, Connecticut, along with Andrea and Bryan Bier, of Livingston, will be receiving honorary doctorate degrees at the National Founders Dinner of the Rabbinical College of America. The event will be held on Sunday, May 21 at the Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel, East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Sunday, May 28, 2006
Rabbinical College of America presents
honorary degrees at 50th Jubilee Celebration
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