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Enrollment of French Jewish students at Yeshiva University (YU) for the fall semester will more than double, said John Fisher, PhD, director of enrollment management, to nearly 40 French men and women when classes resume in August.
Yeshiva University made headlines in Paris when Ethel Orlian, associate dean of Stern College for Women, and Daniel Morris, associate director of admissions at Yeshiva University, traveled to France on a fact-finding visit.