Most people believe that ancient Greek and Roman sculpture was colored white. Recent scholarship has shown that this assumption is incorrect, as the polychromy of ancient art has been revealed and reconstructed.
More than 300 people gathered at the Yeshiva University Museum on October 16 for the opening of “Alfred Dreyfus: The Fight for Justice,” the first major exhibition in the United States to address the history and consequences of the Dreyfus Affair through the personal effects of Alfred Dreyfus himself.
In an effort to sensitize students to the signs of abusive relationships, Yeshiva University’s Counseling Center, the Wilf Campus Office of Student Affairs, and YU’s Center for the Jewish Future hosted “Flowers Aren’t Enough,” a one-woman show starring Naomi Ackerman.
The largest Jewish book sale in North America, run by the Student Organization of Yeshiva (SOY), featuring more than 10,000 titles, including the latest in rabbinic and academic literature, cookbooks, children’s books, CDs, and educational software, opened on Feb. 9 and will run until March 2.