For student-athletes, the question has several answers, including the opportunity to observe Shabbos without compromise while competing at the NCAA level.
In our latest promotional video “Why YU?”, Yeshiva University student-athletes Daniel Benchimol (men’s soccer), Rena Genauer (softball), Stephanie Greenberg (women’s basketball and cross country), Isaac Markel (men’s cross country) and Rebecca Yoshor(women’s […]
This winter break, 90 Yeshiva University students took part in an array of hands-on community building projects in Israel, the United States, Nicaragua and Mexico.
Organized by YU’s Center for the Jewish Future, the missions differed widely in focus, ranging from service-learning and experiential education to humanitarian aid. Building on the success of the […]
Orientation 2012, which kicked off on Wednesday, August 22nd, saw YU officially welcome almost 700 new students to the Wilf and Beren Campuses.
“As we begin Chodesh Elul [the Hebrew month of Elul] we are profoundly reminded of the challenge and the opportunity of renewal and new beginnings based on who we are and who we […]
The main reason Sarah King ’14S desired to attend Stern College for Women was “because it was the best of both worlds,” she explains. “The fact that I can get a quality education comparable to any top-tier school while still maintaining a religious lifestyle is extremely valuable to me.”
King, a scholarship recipient, is a […]
Bella Wolf ’14S is a junior majoring in biology and a scholarship recipient at Stern College for Women.
Wolf says, “I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to attend Stern. I knew for a while that I wanted to pursue a career in medicine, but without the guidance and reassurance that the people at Stern […]