Just after minchah on Lag BaOmer Sports Day at Camp Monroe, an audacious senior seemed to steal one camp’s golf carts, setting off a fight and having MTA kicked out of the camp… that i,s until the students got to the buses where their color war shirts were waiting for them!
That breakout […]
On Tuesday, May 30, the MTA Mountain Lions kayaked the Pompton and Passaic Rivers from Lincoln Park to Little Falls, NJ. The highlight of the amazing trip was the discovery of a flock of geese nesting on an island just north of the junction of the rivers. The female geese were sitting on […]
by Elisha Marmon (’20)
On Sunday morning, MTA participated in the annual Celebrate Israel Parade in honor of the Jewish homeland, joining with many other schools from the New York area. As part of the Yeshiva University contingent, the students and faculty marched down Fifth Avenue from 57th Street to 74th Street. The […]
by David Tanner (’18)
One of MTA’s time-honored traditions is the biannual Arista Study Night. Before the final exam season in the winter and the spring, students stay late in MTA one evening for a special study session with their teachers and friends. This past Tuesday, June 6th, was the latest study night, in advance […]
by Akiva Richman (’19)
This past Sunday night, the MTA Lions Baseball Team ended their regular season against the HAFTR Hawks. HAFTR took an early 2-0 lead, but the Lions battled back. Walks, stolen bases, and hits from Zachary Gurwitz (’18) and Eli Hoschander (’17) helped lead the Lions to a 6-4 victory. In addition, […]
by Ephraim Meiri (’18)
This past Shavous, over 30 upper-class talmidim were able to take advantage of the opportunity to experience the celebration of kabalas haTorah in our own Yeshiva. The program began with minchah and ma’ariv in the Klein Beis Medrash, with a sichah from Rabbi Kahn that served as an introduction to the […]
On Wednesday, members of the Sports Management club had the unique opportunity to receive a behind-the-scenes tour of Red Bull Arena, the home of Major League Soccer’s New York Red Bulls.
Upon arrival, the students were greeted by Bill Wiswesser, the Senior Director of Operations, who spent about an hour with the group […]
by Dov Tuchman (’18)
This Tuesday, the MTA Choir, also known as the Yerushalions, performed at City Hall as part of the Jewish Heritage Month Celebration. They performed both the classic Yerushalayim Shel Zahav by Naomi Shemer and the ever-popular Hashem Melech by Gad Elbaz. The singing was received with applause and praise […]
by Elie Benedek (’20)
This past Thursday was the annual 9th grade end-of-year trip. Due to the rainstorms, the originally planed Whitewater Rafting trip was quickly rescheduled to a day jam packed with indoor fun. After davening and breakfast, everyone piled onto the coach buses that took us to the first destination.
by Elishama Marmon (’20)
On Sunday, the freshmen and their parents gathered in The Lions’ Den for a special Freshman Family Event. They ate a delicious brunch of hashed browns, eggs, and bagels. Rabbi Kahn and Elishama Marmon (‘2) then gave brief Divrei Torah, in advance of the special Panapoly program. The freshmen […]