The fifth annual Revel Shabbaton, which took place on March 13-14, 2015, parashat Vayaqhel-Pequdei/Parah in Washington Heights, surpassed all previous Revel shabbatonim. Thanks to the assiduous work of Revel alumni Mayer Juni (BRG 2014), Aliza Storchan (BRG 2014), and Yaelle Frohlich (BRG 2012), who planned, publicized, and organized the event, over 50 people signed up […]
Alfred H. Moses, a philanthropist, communal leader and former U.S. ambassador to Romania from Washington D.C., was presented with an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Yeshiva University. YU President Richard M. Joel bestowed this honor upon Moses at YU’s 79th Commencement ceremony held Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Forty-four Yeshiva University undergraduates, representing 18 congressional districts, participated in a lobby mission to Washington, D.C., on February 24, sponsored by the Yeshiva University Public Action Committee (YUPAC), Yeshiva’s Center for Jewish Future (CJF) and the undergraduate student councils.
Are Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations a necessary component to finding a comprehensive solution to the war in Iraq? Two experts on Middle East issues – David Makovsky and Raghida Dergham – will discuss “Does the Road to Peace in Iraq Go Through Jerusalem?” on Monday, February 26 at 8 pm at the Schottenstein Cultural Center of Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women, 239 East 34th Street.
The Yeshiva University Public Action Committee (YUPAC), the Yeshiva University Israel Club (YUIC) and the Joseph Dunner Political Science Society organized a lobbying trip to Washington D.C. from March 18 through 20.
Students from Yeshiva College and Stern College for Women lobbied congressmen to support Israel in Washington, DC, March 6.