Project Green Tree

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…

Alon Melzter, Now You Know contest winner, presented with an iPad and trophy.

Just the Facts

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 […]

Two Samuel H. Wang High School for Girls Students Receive Second Prize in Essay 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.”