An undergraduate education at Yeshiva University is characterized by Torah Umadda, Jewish studies combined with the study of liberal arts and sciences. It is a characteristic unique to YU, and one in which all students take pride.
Yeshiva University’s annual reception honoring donors of undergraduate scholarships took place on Thursday, April 29. Held at the Beren Campus in the Ivry Student Center/Bet Knesset Ateret Rivka, more than 65 donors and students attended the reception, nearly twice as many as last year’s event.
Yeshiva University President Richard M. Joel traveled to Israel in January to meet with American students studying abroad, dignitaries, and other officials. His trip is part of a broader effort outlined in several speeches to build upon the strong ties between Israel and YU.