During Winter Break, Students Dive into Full-Time Torah Study Finals were in the rear view and classes were out for the semester, but at Yeshiva University, Torah learning continued to light up campus during intersession. While most college students eagerly await the break between semesters, for undergraduates at YU, the window between classes offer an…
Two Weekly Courses Will Explore Jewish Prayer and Leadership Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future will present a Community Beit Midrash for three Wednesdays in November and three in December. The program will take place on YU’s Israel Henry Beren Campus at 215 Lexington Avenue, New York City. Rabbi Menachem Penner, the Max and…
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In an effort to sensitize students to the signs of abusive relationships, Yeshiva University’s Counseling Center at Beren Campus, Stern College for Women’s Department of Student Affairs, and the P2P peer counseling program hosted “Flowers Aren’t Enough,” a one-woman show starring Naomi Ackerman.
More than 200 prospective students gathered on Yeshiva University’s Beren Campus in Midtown Manhattan on Nov. 20 to learn about academic programs at Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business.
Yeshiva University embarks this year on an exciting initiative to bring a series of relevant films to the YU community in the private confines of the Beren Campus’ Geraldine Schottenstein Cultural Center, 239 E. 34th Street.
A glimpse of Yeshiva University’s future could be seen Sunday on the Israel Henry Beren Campus. The annual ritual of Open House activities began with hundreds of enthusiastic and fresh faces familiarizing themselves with what life might be like at Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business.
Students packed the Commons at 215 Lexington Ave. on the Beren Campus Tuesday evening to hear campaign representatives for President George W. Bush and Sen. John Kerry discuss the candidates’ foreign policy views.