Aryeh Katz ’08SB Marries Business Expertise With Passion for Film Industry As a multi-platform marketing coordinator at 21st Century Fox (FX Networks) in Los Angeles, Aryeh Katz ’08SB works through multiple channels using an array of assets to promote the studio’s productions. This kind of work covers such things as promos, graphics, voice-overs, teasers and…
For New Student at Wurzweiler, A Quest to Improve Lives This January, Mark Fishman is making the trek from sunny Los Angeles, California, and a career in sports writing to New York City and an MSW program at the Wurzweiler School of Social Work. “For about a year now, I’ve been thinking about making a…
Yeshiva University Honors Jewish Communal Leaders at June 13 Ceremony in Beverly Hills
Yeshiva University Scholars to Speak Throughout Los Angeles Community, March 4-5 The Los Angeles community will be hosting prominent Yeshiva University visiting scholars over Shabbat, March 4-5, in various shuls around the community. The Shabbaton—sponsored by YU’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF) —will feature renowned personalities including President Richard Joel; Rabbi Kenneth Brander, David…
Yeshiva University (YU) alumnus, Zev Nagel ’05YC of Los Angeles, CA has been selected to receive a prestigious Wexner Graduate Fellowship this year. The fellowship program is open to aspiring Jewish leaders pursuing careers in Jewish education, the rabbinate, cantorate, and Jewish professional leadership. The Wexner Foundation introduced the program in 1988 to encourage the development of promising leaders in the North American Jewish community through graduate training, professional mentoring and specialized programming.
Yeshiva University, the country’s oldest and most comprehensive institution combining Jewish scholarship with academic excellence, is partnering with Congregation Beth Jacob in Beverly Hills for a special five-week program of Torah learning, June 30 to August 3. With the guidance and vision of Rabbi Steve Weil, the synagogue, at 9030 W. Olympic Blvd., will host the YU Beth Jacob Summer Kollel (intensive Torah and Talmud study program).
Helen Nissim of Los Angeles is one of nine graduates of Yeshiva University’s (YU) Stern College for Women (SCW) who will not have to contend with the financial burdens of medical school education, thanks to the generosity of a woman she will never meet.
Yeshiva University brought Los Angeles and New York closer together when it held a gala reception and dinner in LA for the Jewish community at Edmunds.com on Feb. 11.
Yeshiva University (YU) President Richard M. Joel will celebrate the university’s partnership with Los Angeles alumni, donors, parents, and friends at a gala reception and dinner organized by Yeshiva University’s Los Angeles Community Council and the YU Office of Alumni Affairs on Sunday, February 11. The gathering will be hosted by Yeshiva College alumnus Avi Steinlauf (1993) of Edmunds.com and his family, and will take place at their company’s new corporate headquarters in Santa Monica. The reception will begin at 5:30 pm, and the dinner will begin at 6:30 pm.
If you build it, they will come.