Tag Archives: Architecture

Naomi Levin Katlowitz

Building The Airport of the Future Today

Building The Airport of the Future Today

Strengthening the Nation’s Infrastructure One Curb-Side Drop-off at a Time Depending on how one looks at the experience of flying into and out of LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in Queens, New York (former vice president Joe Biden did compare it to an airport “in some third world country”), Naomi Levin Katlowitz ’12S has either the best

Architecture at Yeshiva College

YU’s Program in Architecture

Finding the University’s Values in a Study of the Built Environment One of the lesser-known gems of Yeshiva University’s arts curriculum is its program in architecture, overseen by Dr. Daniel Beliavsky, chair of the department of fine arts and music, and Paul Glassman, director of YU libraries as well as adjunct instructor in architectural history

Building Toward The Future

Three Yeshiva College Students Accepted in Master of Architecture Programs This fall, three graduates of Yeshiva College‘s architecture program—Mordechai Friedman, Jordan Miodownik and Isaac Telio, all from Yeshiva College—will be enrolled in master in architecture programs. Friedman and Telio will be attending the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at City College of New York,