Yeshiva University students and alumni from across the University’s many Judaic studies programs and around the globe came together on Tuesday to celebrate their historic siyum on Masechet Kiddushin. More than 100 students completed the masechta together, including undergraduates, students at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, students in the Gruss Kollel in […]
by Noam Putterman (’18)
On Thursday night, the Yeshiva convened in Furst Hall for its annual Seudas Preidah, celebrating the conclusion of a year of incredible Torah learning and over 100 siyumin! The talmidim were joined by parents, faculty, numerous YU Roshei Yeshiva and even new YU President Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman.
Just after minchah on Lag BaOmer Sports Day at Camp Monroe, an audacious senior seemed to steal one camp’s golf carts, setting off a fight and having MTA kicked out of the camp… that i,s until the students got to the buses where their color war shirts were waiting for them!
That breakout […]
by Elisha Marmon (’20)
On Sunday morning, MTA participated in the annual Celebrate Israel Parade in honor of the Jewish homeland, joining with many other schools from the New York area. As part of the Yeshiva University contingent, the students and faculty marched down Fifth Avenue from 57th Street to 74th Street. The […]
by Ephraim Meiri (’18)
This past Shavous, over 30 upper-class talmidim were able to take advantage of the opportunity to experience the celebration of kabalas haTorah in our own Yeshiva. The program began with minchah and ma’ariv in the Klein Beis Medrash, with a sichah from Rabbi Kahn that served as an introduction to the […]
by Elishama Marmon (’20)
On Sunday, the freshmen and their parents gathered in The Lions’ Den for a special Freshman Family Event. They ate a delicious brunch of hashed browns, eggs, and bagels. Rabbi Kahn and Elishama Marmon (‘2) then gave brief Divrei Torah, in advance of the special Panapoly program. The freshmen […]
by Ari Englander (’17)
On Sunday, members of the Wrubel BMK, along with several talmidim from other shiurim, traveled to Camp Kaylie to run the OXC–Ohel Extreme Challenge. Joined by Rabbi Tanchum Cohen and his children, the boys had a great time running, jumping, and climbing their way through the 5 mile course, […]
by David Tanner (’18)
Every year, on the 28th of Iyar, we celebrate the reunification of of Jerusalem. This year, we celebrated its 50th anniversary, the jubilee. But do we really understand the significance of Yom Yerushalayim? Well, if we didn’t before, we certainly do now. On Monday morning, MTA was privileged to […]
by Raziel Siegman (’17)
Last Friday morning, students from Dr. Berliners’s AP Physics class had the unique opportunity to take a tour of the ConEd East River steam plant on 14th street. The ConEd plant, which is powered by gas, is part of the largest commercial steam system in the world – producing […]
by Moshe Cohen (’17)
This past week, the students of Morah Haibi’s Hebrew Ulpan class got put to the test. The Ulpan elective offers students the chance to learn conversational Hebrew; students finish with the ability to have a full conversation about topics ranging from ordering a taxi to asking for a new pair […]
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