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In face of threats, a call for pride
Rabbi Yossi Greenberg of the Chabad Jewish Student Center at Miami discussed the recent uptick in anti-Semitic threats in a live Facebook video on March 2.
Home away from home at Miami University 
What is the only young Chassidic Jewish couple within the radius of 40 miles doing in Oxford Ohio? The short answer is that Rabbi Yossi and Mushka Greenberg, both Brooklyn natives, have moved to Oxford to open the Chabad Jewish Student Center for the sole purpose of reaching out to the Jewish students of Miami University. Chabad will be joining Hillel on campus to serve the Jewish students of Miami University in Oxford, Oh for the High Holidays.

Jewish students celebrate freedom, Passover
For many Miami students, this weekend marks the return from Spring Break, warmer weather and the beginning of the last leg of the semester. For Jewish students at Miami, this weekend marks the beginning of Passover, a weeklong celebration of the freedom of the Jews from Egyptian bondage and the relevance that exodus still holds today.
A moving truck rolled into Oxford, Ohio in November. Just another day at busy Miami University, where students, faculty and campus staff are often in transition?
Rabbi Yossi Greenberg and his wife, Mushka, are the age of young graduate students or faculty, but these residents of Foxfire Drive have a different look and reason for coming to town: they’ve opened a Chabad House to serve the Miami University community. 
“Hanukah is a holiday of light, and everyone should have light… it’s a chance to take goodness and lightness to make the world a better place.” ~ Chabad Rabbi Yossi Greenberg
Why would Rabbi Yossi and Mushka Greenberg, along with their 10-month-old son, leave their Chassidic community in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., to move around to Miami University in Oxford, Ohio? To establish a Chabad on Campus center, of course!