Tag Archives: France

Realism, Impressionism and 19th Century France

Realism, Impressionism and 19th Century France

Humanities in Dialogue Series Explores Social Change Through Art in Professor Young’s Recent Book The latest installment of the Humanities in Dialogue series—discussions between faculty members with different areas of expertise, presented by the Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Program at Yeshiva College—offered a lively interview of Dr. Marnin Young about his recent book, Realism

Showing Support for Paris

At Solidarity Gathering, International Students Share Insight into Situation in France Last week, Yeshiva University students received unique insight into the recent Paris attacks—and day-to-day life for the Jews of Europe—as their own fellow students shared their experiences as European natives. At an event in the Rubin Shul, French students Arie Barkats and Ruben Journo and

Benjamin Courchia, a junior from France, invents device to help stroke victims regain physical movement in hands

At an age when most students are declaring their majors, Benjamin Courchia, a YC junior, is giving new hope to stroke victims through a device of his own invention. The mechanical tool, which Mr. Courchia calls Finger’s Smile, may help stroke rehab patients recover the full range of flexing motion in their hands.