Rabbi Arthur Schneier, spiritual leader of the Park East Synagogue in Manhattan and distinguished alumnus of Yeshiva University (YU), will be honored on the occasion of his 75th birthday and 50th year as rabbi at a dinner Sunday, March 20, at The Plaza, Fifth Avenue at Central Park South. The dinner will benefit the Rabbi Arthur Schneier Center for International Affairs at YU.
Yeshiva University’s Philip and Sarah Belz School of Jewish Music, an affiliate of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, will honor Marilyn and Jack Belz at its Jubilee Testimonial Dinner and Concert on Monday, March 28, at Lincoln Square Synagogue in Manhattan.
The 2004 Yeshiva College Scholarship Dinner on Tuesday, June 15, pays tribute to four of the college’s distinguished alumni and launches the celebration of Yeshiva College’s 75th anniversary. The event, at the Marriott New York at the Brooklyn Bridge, also includes a 10-year reunion of the YC Class of 1994.
The 2004 Yeshiva College Scholarship Dinner will honor four distinguished alumni of the college and will launch the celebration of YC’s 75th Anniversary.
Some 800 guests gathered yesterday at Manhattan’s Grand Hyatt to experience Jewish scholarship firsthand and honor individuals who have devoted their lives to Torah lishmah—learning for its own sake.
Each year the Annual Athletic Awards Banquet recognizes the many fine athletes and teams that comprise YU’s wide-ranging athletics program.
Organized and run by students, the Annual Awards Dinner of the Sy Syms School of Business honoring the 2004 graduates, was held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. Ari Spodek, a junior, led the festivities as MC and Sy Syms, founder of the school and Bernard Madoff, chairman of the board, greeted students and guests.
Yeshiva University’s affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary will celebrate advanced Torah scholarship by paying tribute to its four distinguished roshei kollel at a dinner on Wednesday evening, May 5, 2004. The Eitz Chaim (Tree of Life) Award, the highest honor RIETS can bestow, will be presented at the dinner to Jewish communal leader Carmi Schwartz.
More than 700 Yeshiva University leaders gathered Sunday evening (Dec. 14) at Manhattan’s Waldorf=Astoria for YU’s 79th Hanukkah Dinner and Convocation. The combined events recognized prominent philanthropists, recorded the success of YU’s $400 million capital campaign, and unveiled several major gifts.
Karen Bacon, PhD, dean of Stern College for Women, will receive the inaugural Presidential Medallion at the university’s 79th Annual Hanukkah Dinner and Convocation on Sunday, December 14, at The Waldorf=Astoria.