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Yarchei Kallah

Rebbetzins Hone Communal Leadership Skills at YU Conference

Rebbetzins Hone Communal Leadership Skills at YU Conference

Rebbetzin Esther Rosenblatt Yarchei Kallah Provides Resources and Support for Wives of Rabbis From November 13 to 14, approximately 200 rebbetzins [rabbis’ wives] from across the United States and Canada gathered together for the Rebbetzin Esther Rosenblatt Yarchei Kallah for Rebbetzins. The Yarchei Kallah was organized by Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF)

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Wurzweiler Student’s Essay Wins Award

Rina Ben-Benyamin ’16S Discusses Complexity of Ending Client Relationships An essay by Rina Ben-Benyamin ’16S, a student at Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work from Brooklyn, New York, has won the 2017 Diana List Cullen Memorial First Year MSW Student Writing Scholarship Award. The award, bestowed by the Metropolitan Chapter of the New York

Immanuel Shalev

Infusing Everyday Life With Torah

Imannuel Shalev Mixes Technology, Spirituality and Narrative to Create Jewish Inspiration Immanuel Shalev ’08YC is the chief operating officer at Aleph Beta Academy, an organization dedicated to Torah study that is, according to its website, “evidence-based, intellectually stimulating, emotionally gripping and relevant to your everyday life.” His work for Aleph Beta is part of a

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Students Present TEDx Yeshiva University

November 16 Event Speakers Include Faculty, Students and Alumni on Topics Ranging From Addressing Poverty to Student-Centered Learning On Thursday, November 16, TEDx Yeshiva University will present its second year of TED-style lectures at the Yeshiva University Museum/Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, from 7 to 9 p.m. TED (an acronym for Technology,

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YU to Host International Conference on Arch of Titus

YU’s Center for Israel Studies and YU Museum to Host October 29 Symposium The Arch of Titus, built to commemorate Roman triumph in the Jewish War of 66-74 CE, has stood as a touchstone of Western civilization for nearly 2,000 years. Yet, the meaning and significance of the monument – for the victorious Romans, for

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