From the harmonica and Italian Baroque music, to the basics of photography and Yiddish film, this year’s Yeshiva University Arts Festival gathered the top artistic talent among Stern College, Yeshiva College, and Sy Syms students in a diverse showcase of talent in April.
Argentina’s “dirty war” nearly thirty years ago changed the life of artist Laura Murlender forever. At age nineteen, Murlender was abducted by government forces, chained, and tortured for eleven days. She is one of the few “disappeared” who survived. On October 30 at the Yeshiva University Museum, she spoke about her ordeal in public for the first time in thirty years.