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Rabbi Levi and Sheina Cunin are set to join the team at Chabad of Indiana University in Bloomington.

Both Cunins’ parents serve as Chabad on Campus Shluchim. Levi’s parents, Rabbi Mendy and Rivkah Cunin serve students at Southwestern & Loyola Law schools in California, while Sheina’s parents, Rabbi Yehoshua and Zlata Chincholker direct Chabad at Indiana University. With a background in serving the needs of Jewish student communities, the couple is primed to expand and further Jewish programming at Indiana University.

There are estimated to be more than 4,000 Jewish students at the university, among a total enrollment of 43,000.

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