Monthly Archives: October 2018

Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album: showing the album open

Opening Reception for “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album”

After 73 Years, Photographs Are Returned to Their Owners On Wednesday, October 24, the Yeshiva University Museum hosted the opening reception for their newest exhibition, “Lost & Found: A Family Photo Album.” Approximately 150 people came to view the photographs that had been smuggled out of the Kovno Ghetto by Annushka Matz Warshawska in 1943

Matthew Incantalupo

The Midterm Elections are the Textbook for This Class

Students in Voting and Elections Learn How to be Political Scientists In Prof. Matthew Incantalupo’s class, Voting and Elections, the upcoming midterms on November 6 are literally the textbook the seven students in the class use for their course of study. Incantalupo, an assistant professor in Yeshiva College’s political science department, has designed the course

The Value of The Humanities

The Panelists All Agree: The Humanities are Priceless On Wednesday, October 17, Stern College for Women hosted a panel to discuss the value of the humanities. The panel was conceptualized by Dr. Linda Shires, David and Ruth Gottesman Professor of English, co-chair of the department of English and division coordinator of humanities, and planned by

Assembly Member Al Taylor Comes to Wurzweiler

Taylor Spoke About His Experience In Community Organizing On Wednesday, October 17, Assembly member Al Taylor (D-71) spoke at Wurzweiler School of Social Work’s Lunch and Learn about community organizing and the New York housing crisis. As both a pastor and an elected official, Al Taylor has had experience with people when they are at

Stern Learning Program

New Women’s Learning Initiative at YU

The Beren Bekiut Program Will Give Women an Opportunity for More Torah Learning On Monday, October 8, the Torah Activities Council (TAC) of Stern College for Women launched the Beren Bekiut Program (BBP). The program is a Torah learning opportunity with five tracks: Gemara, Halacha, Mishna, Tanach and Chumash. Throughout the semester, students learn a certain