Enrollment of French Jewish students at Yeshiva University (YU) for the fall semester will more than double, said John Fisher, PhD, director of enrollment management, to nearly 40 French men and women when classes resume in August.
Yeshiva University made headlines in Paris when Ethel Orlian, associate dean of Stern College for Women, and Daniel Morris, associate director of admissions at Yeshiva University, traveled to France on a fact-finding visit.
A softball dynasty has taken root in Queens. And that dynasty belongs to YU’s Samuel H. Wang high school softball team.
For most students, summer internships mean long hours pecking away at a computer. For Yonatan Goetz, however, it’s a chance to hone his nautical know-how.
In his year-end address to the YU community July 30, President Richard M. Joel outlined the extraordinary advances of this past year and the opportunities for growth and excellence ahead.
Eleven students who graduated from Yeshiva University (YU) in May 2004 are returning to their alma mater this month to work as graduate fellows in a program created under a presidential initiative.
Sy Syms School of Business senior Reuben Kerben received an honorable mention and $100 for his business plan at the Palo Alto Software 2004 Business Plan Competition.
The leadership of the Yeshiva University Women’s Organization (YUWO) is sponsoring singles buffet suppers to assist alumni and their friends to get to know each other and perhaps for some to meet the man or woman of their dreams.
On June 16, 1904, Dublin’s most famous fictional Jew wandered the city streets for some 30 hours before returning home. A century later, hundreds of thousands have retraced Leopold Bloom’s steps in tribute to his creator, author James Joyce, who immortalized Bloom in his seminal work, Ulysses.
Volume 26 of the Journal of Jewish Music and Liturgy has been published and is available for purchase, announced Cantor Bernard Beer, director of the Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music. Both religious and secular scholars and musicologists worldwide consider the publication, edited by Macy Nulman, former Belz School director, as one of the few qualitative works on Jewish music and liturgy.