by Raffi Anapolle (’15)
This past Tuesday, some of our students were lucky enough to hear from Rav Moshe Taragin from Yeshivat Har Etzion during lunch, sponsored by the Hatzioni Club. Those at the shiur learned that there is even more to Israeli politics than just whether a specific party’s ideology is better than the […]
by David Tanner (’18)
The freshman of MTA were once again privileged to spend a special evening, this time at a preview performance of Yeshiva College Drama Society’s spring production, “The Boys Next Door”.
We kicked off the evening immediately after school with a tasty pizza dinner in the lunch room. Following dinner, we went […]
by Jack Alkhabaz (’17)
On Wednesday, Mrs. Levitt, along with Dr. Taylor, Mr. Kulnis and the entire 10th grade made their way to Harvey Theater at Brooklyn Academy of Music. “Amazing, marvelous, uplifting and truly inspiring.” These were the words said in response by the audience to the play The Tallest Tree in the Forest. […]
A team of 9 MTA students lead by Mr. Yosef Gillers, Assistant Director of Student Activities, spent an incredibly jam-packed extended Shabbos in Jerusalem this past weekend in order to participate in the Jerusalem Marathon, which took place on Friday; it was MTA’s second consecutive year participating in the Marathon. Mr. Gillers and […]
In contrast to the wintery weather outside, we were greeted with elegance and cordiality by the President Richard and Dr. Esther Joel, who made every visitor feel at home. Parents were encouraged to ask questions freely about the President’s vision for the future of Yeshiva University.
Rabbi Michael Taubes introduced the […]
On Thursday night, the Junior Varsity MTA Lions took on the HAFTR Hawks in the quarter-finals of the MYHSAL playoffs. MTA came in as a lower seed, but in what is considered a stronger conference than HAFTR, so there was a high confidence level for our Lions going in. HAFTR seemed to be playing with […]
As the Juniors made their way into school on Wednesday morning, there was a special energy in advance of their annual grade trip. After davening, the students boarded the coach busses and headed straight to Connecticut Sportsplex where they had time to play laser tag, whirlyball, and football in the […]
Raziel Siegman (’17) recently attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, sponsored by FutureDocs.com. Because of his outstanding performance at that conference, he received their Award of Excellence.
The Congress of Future Medical Leaders seeks to identify the physicians of the future and expose them to the current leaders in the field. At […]
Baruch Hashem, our tefillos and our yeshiva-wide effort to refrain from talking during davening have helped Tehilla advance nicely post surgery.
Thank G-d, the doctors are happy with her progress. Please see the attached video of Tehilla walking !!!!
There is no doubt that our commitment to not talking during davening has played a role!!! To all who participate, Chazak […]
The Junior Arista candidates have created a new system for student tutors to meet with students who need help in any subject area. The program is entitled “Each One Teach One”. Beginning this Monday, each morning during breakfast, tutors for all subjects will be available in the library. Any student who needs help can take his […]