More than 650 guests attended a lavish gala on the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Yeshiva College.
Until the founding of Yeshiva College, observant Jews who planned to pursue undergraduate studies had two choices: suffer the slings and arrows of unfriendly academia—a world that openly disdained Jewish traditions and mores—or forego college altogether. Read the entire article.
Some of Yeshiva College’s oldest, and youngest, alumni joined more than 300 friends and well-wishers in downtown Brooklyn last night to celebrate 75 years of quality Jewish higher education and pledge support toward future success.
The 2004 Yeshiva College Scholarship Dinner on Tuesday, June 15, pays tribute to four of the college’s distinguished alumni and launches the celebration of Yeshiva College’s 75th anniversary. The event, at the Marriott New York at the Brooklyn Bridge, also includes a 10-year reunion of the YC Class of 1994.