Each year the Annual Athletic Awards Banquet recognizes the many fine athletes and teams that comprise YU’s wide-ranging athletics program.
A fellowship from the U.S. Department of Defense is helping Chanoch Goldfeder on his way to Columbia University next fall, where he will work toward a master’s degree and a doctorate in computer science.
Yeshiva College junior David Kastner acknowledges that having a triple major is unconventional. However, his interest in literature, chemistry, and biology has steered him on a unique college pathway – and led him to a Barry M. Goldwater scholarship.
The alumni associations of Yeshiva University’s undergraduate colleges gathered to honor eight graduates who have made significant contributions to religious, educational, scholarly, communal, and professional life.