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Judaism and The American Revolution

Yeshiva University and Congregation Shearith Israel Present Community Beit Midrash Program  Yeshiva University will present “Jews for George: An Exploration of Judaism in the Age of the American Revolution,” a four-week Community Beit Midrash program beginning Wednesday, April 29, at Congregation Shearith Israel, The Spanish Portuguese Synagogue. Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik, director of YU’s Zahava

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The New YU News

Yeshiva University Launches Redesigned News Site Yeshiva University recently launched a redesigned news site that makes an array of exciting news stories and updates from schools across the University available in one place. Featuring a crisp new look and simple, engaging user interface, the YU News site was designed to bring readers up-to-speed on important news from all

Stern College senior Michal Kupchik is one of nine finalists in PepsiCo’s “Meeting of the Minds” competition.

Breaking Into the Blue

Stern College Student Named Finalist in Nationwide PepsiCo Marketing Competition Scrolling through LinkedIn one day, Stern College for Women student Michal Kupchik was intrigued by an ad challenging viewers to submit an entry to PepsiCo’s “Meeting of the Minds” competition: “Come up with an innovative way to link a PepsiCo brand with an up-and-coming musician.

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Hacking It

YU Inaugural Hackathon Draws Diverse Crowd for 24-Hour Computer Programming Event From 9 p.m. Saturday night to 9 p.m. Sunday night, the Heights Lounge on Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus became the base of operations for YU’s first-ever Hackathon, an event that brings computer programmers together for hours and sometimes days of non-stop collaboration on computer

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Rabbi Sacks Headlines Two Long Island Shabbatons

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks to Take Part in Great Neck and Five Towns YU Weekends  Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Yeshiva University’s Kressel and Ephrat Family University Professor of Jewish Thought, will be speaking as part of two Yeshiva University Community Weekends in March on Long Island, one in Great Neck and the other in the

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