Tag Archives: Moshe Tessone

Sephardic Community Thrives on Campus

Sephardic Community Thrives on Campus

Half a Century Later, Sephardic Studies Continue to Expand at Yeshiva University A program at Yeshiva University that began with a handful of participants will soon mark its 50th year, and it has never been stronger. The Sephardic Studies Program at YU, co-founded by Dr. Herbert C. Dobrinsky, YU vice president of university affairs, started out

Sephardic Program Celebrates Torah Dedication

New Torah Scroll Donated by Benjamin Aminoff to be Used in Sephardic Beit Midrash On July 28,the Sephardic Community Program at Yeshiva University celebrated the dedication of a new Torah scroll, donated by Mr. Benjamin M. Aminoff in memory of his nephew Mr. Sam Aminoff a”h, to be used in the Sephardic Beit Midrash. The festivities began

Of Painters, Plays and Poets

Student Talent and Creativity on Display at Yeshiva University Arts Festival Intrigued by Talmudic archaeology? Curious about Sephardic pizmonim [traditional tunes]? Want to catch a whimsical Steve Martin play or tour a gallery that includes photography, sculpture, line drawings and more? These were just a few options to explore at the 15th annual Yeshiva University