Dr. Efrem Nulman, senior university dean of students, didn’t spend his Thanksgiving having a quiet meal at home with his family.
Students at YU’s Sy Syms School of Business (SSSB) are getting an insider’s view of the Israeli business world in a new course taught by an Israeli venture capitalist.
It was the worst of halves, it was the best of halves.
About 200 YU students, faculty, and guests packed Gloria and Jesse Weissberg Commons in Belfer Hall on Nov. 19 to hear author Tim O’Brien speak as part of Yeshiva College’s 2003 Book Project.
Yeshiva University president Richard M. Joel helped jump-start the winter sports season at the 7th annual “Mac Madness” night on Nov. 19 at the Max Stern Athletic Center. The president welcomed the crowd and tossed up the ball for the opening tap of the student-faculty basketball game, the centerpiece of the night’s activities.
To Brachie Krausz, a 17-year-old high school senior from Flatbush, Brooklyn, choosing a college is akin to establishing a second home where one can grow and blossom.
Almost a half century ago, C.P. Snow delivered his famous “Two Cultures” lecture lamenting the void between scientific and literary intellectuals. A similar case could have been made for scientists and theologians, two cultures that had been growing apart since at least the Renaissance.
Louis Feldman carefully straightens piles of tattered books and files that smother his tiny formica desk as if each formed a time capsule. On the desktop piles of syllabi, nearly 2 feet high, abut stapled lexicons of ancient Greek and Latin—handouts he prepares for classes that often number one or two students. Nearby, a refrigerator, rusty from disuse, seems just another artifact in Feldman’s universe.
New York, NY, Nov 10, 2003 — Milton Weinstock, executive vice president of account management for Grey Worldwide, will meet with students from Sy Syms School of Business Prof. Deborah Cohen’ marketing classes on Friday, Nov. 14 at 215 Lexington Avenue from 10 am to 12 pm. As part of the Inside Advertising Speakers Program […]
New York, NY, Nov 10, 2003 — In his essay, “An Absurd Reasoning,” Camus expressed his dismay that science could not depict the universe at its most fundamental level. “[Y]ou tell me of this invisible planetary system in which electrons gravitate around a nucleus,” he wrote. “You explain this world to me with an image. […]