Sy Syms Junior’s Single Chosen as Anthem for International Kindness Movement
Wurzweiler Launches Photo Contest in Effort to Promote Paper Waste Reduction Ready to make a difference? Wurzweiler School of Social Work students can help promote the school’s efforts to become “greener” everyday and build its virtual forest. What’s more, they could become a part of Wurzweiler history and win a valuable prize. See contest rules here…
Now You Know Contest Winner’s Submission Answers What Yeshiva University Means to Him The popular Now You Know campaign has come to a conclusion with the contest’s winning submission coming from Alon Melzter, a rabbinic student at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) hailing from New Zealand. The goal of the marketing campaign, created in-house […]
Elissa Gelnick of the Bronx, a junior at Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls (SWHSG), was awarded a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) and a free trip to Israel in May for winning first prize in this year’s Jerusalem Science Contest.
Two students at Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls (SWHSG) – freshman Mara Hershkovitz of Kew Garden Hills and junior Michal Soskel-Lozanov of Riverdale – were both awarded second prize in a recent March of Dimes essay contest. Students had to respond to the following topic: “Describe stem cell research and also discuss the social, medical, and ethical implications.”