The Yeshiva University student councils celebrated Hanukkah with a takeover of the American Dream Mall and festive programming on campus.
Samuel Lebens’ “A Guide for the Jewish Undecided” brings philosophy, science and decision theory into conversation with Jewish tradition.
YU faculty discuss this year’s Nobel Prize awardees.
For over a decade, Dr. Ronald and Miriam Rubin have been generous partners and benefactors of the YU Libraries contributing over 100 rare items to the library catalog. Recently the Rubin’s added to this legacy by donating 350 newspaper clippings published in North America between 1734 and 1869, each of which communicates an important insight into the story of Jewish life on this continent.
The Straus Center hosted a workshop on the American and Israeli Declarations of Independence in partnership with the Jack Miller Center.
Only two performances left, tickets selling fast! Brimming with intrigue, sophisticated humor and surprising twists, Agatha Christie’s iconic murder mystery—about a group of strangers trapped during a snowstorm—is now playing at the Schottenstein Theater on the Wilf Campus: Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m.; and Thursday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at TicketLeap. […]
Yeshiva University Museum announces upcoming exhibition featuring a hand-drawn illustration of the Temple Menorah found in a Maimonides manuscript.
Hanukkah Dinner celebrates Rise Up Campaign which now stands at $350 million NEW YORK, NY Dec. 5, 2022—Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman, President of Yeshiva University, announced record success in the first year of Rise Up: The Campaign for 613. Last year at this time, the Rise Up campaign, which has a goal of raising $613 […]