Tag Archives: Judaic Studies

Learning L’shma

Learning L’shma

During Winter Break, Students Dive into Full-Time Torah Study Finals were in the rear view and classes were out for the semester, but at Yeshiva University, Torah learning continued to light up campus during intersession. While most college students eagerly await the break between semesters, for undergraduates at YU, the window between classes offer an

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CJF Releases New Online Learning Tool

Koveah.org Creates Personalized Torah Learning Schedules A new online learning tool from Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future is making it a little easier for anyone committed to Torah study to stay on track. Called Koveah.org, the online tool creates personalized learning schedules with daily reminders to keep users focused. Users can choose from

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GPATS Program Presents Learning Opportunities for High School Girls

Harnessing GPATS Students and Faculty, New Community Initiative to Provide High-Level Judaic Studies Learning for Young Women A new initiative from Yeshiva University’s Graduate Program in Advanced Talmudic Studies (GPATS) at Stern College for Women will provide new opportunities for local high school girls to engage in high-level Judaic studies with the support and mentorship of

Steeped in Torah and Tefila

Students Immerse Themselves in 18 Hours of Continuous Learning During Annual Torahthon For 18 hours straight on October 10, Yeshiva University students immersed themselves in intense Torah learning to spiritually prepare for Yom Kippur, stopping only to pray. Called a Torahthon, the day featured shiurim [lectures] with more than 20 Roshei Yeshiva on topics that ranged

Kanarfogel Appointed to Prestigious International Advisory Board

Role Will Provide Scholarly Expertise on Behalf of Jewish Communities of Rhineland Professor Ephraim Kanarfogel, the E. Billi Ivry University Professor of Jewish History, Literature and Law, has been appointed to an international academic advisory board that will provide scholarly expertise to the Rhineland region in Germany, which is seeking to have the Jewish communities of

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