Monthly Archives: March 2006

High School Students From Across US Make a Difference in Their Communities

Seventy-five high school students from across the country recently attended a groundbreaking conference in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on, Community: Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood? The three-day leadership conference was a combination of discussion groups and activism training program that addressed the challenges of boundaries and gave the students tools to develop their own framework for a better understanding of their own communities.

Sixty-four Former Students, Faculty, and Friends Reminisce about Yeshiva College in Student Published Volume

While Yeshiva University’s undergraduate men’s school, Yeshiva College (YC), geared up for its 75th anniversary, the student newspaper began chronicling its history through a section that resulted in the publication of a unique book: My Yeshiva College: 75 Years of Memories. The volume is a collection of personal essays by former students, faculty, and friends of the school that was the precursor of Yeshiva University.