The beginning of the Jewish new year is marked by the High Holidays, Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, when Jews worldwide connect with their heritage.
For Rosh Hashana Chabad hosted a record breaking 90 people for the first night Seder meal and 45 for the second night.
Yom Kippur Chabad hosted a pre-fast meal for local students, followed by the Kol Nidrei services. The following day Chabad also organized a minyan for Mincha.
Students who live far were offered an accommodation in order to be close to the meal and synagogue.