In celebration of Torah excellence, Yeshiva University’s (YU) Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) will honor dedicated leaders and educators of the Jewish community at its Annual Dinner of Tribute on October 27 at The Grand Hyatt in New York City.
Yeshiva University (YU), the country’s oldest and most comprehensive institution combining Jewish scholarship with academic excellence, will bring its unique message and mission of Torah U’madda, the synthesis of Jewish learning with secular knowledge, to the Chicago Jewish community on Friday, June 13 through Sunday, June 15. Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel will spend Shabbat in the West Rogers Park area, Rabbi Kenneth Brander, dean of Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future will be scholar-in-residence in Skokie, and Rabbi Reuven Brand, rosh kollel of The Yeshiva University Torah Mitzion Kollel in Skokie, will be scholar-in-residence in Lincolnwood, and Rabbi Zvi Sobolofsky, a rosh yeshiva (professor of Talmud), will be scholar-in-residence in Lincolnwood.
In the 50 years he has taught psychology at Stern College for Women, Dr. Marcel Perlman has seen his department grow from a one-man show to a thriving department that boasts six full-time faculty members.
The Yeshiva University Women’s Organization (YUWO) will celebrate its 62nd Annual Opera Benefit and Silver Anniversary Aprés Opera Gala on Saturday evening, November 10, 2007, at Lincoln Center in New York City.
More than 650 guests attended a lavish gala on the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Yeshiva College.
On the third day of Hanukkah, a team of YU students brightened the day of children ages 2-10 in New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s children’s ward.
On the first night of Hanukkah, Beren students lit up Brookdale Residence Hall to look like a menorah – literally: lights were turned off in some rooms, while lights in others were kept on, creating a pattern that resembles a menorah.
Join Yeshiva University in celebrating Sukkot at three exciting events in Israel.
Mixing commemoration and celebration, Yeshiva University students, faculty, and alumni yesterday marked Yom Ha’atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) at Wilf Campus with a candlelight vigil to Israel’s fallen soldiers and songs and dancing honoring 56 years of Jewish statehood.