Students at Yeshiva College and Sy Syms School of Business on Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus in Washington Heights are the beneficiaries of a new Sefer Torah presented by the Lipman family of New York and Memphis, TN.
About 150 students on the Wilf Campus for the first time had the chance to eat good food, play trivia, and meet each other at Abigael’s restaurant in Manhattan Nov. 17.
More than 500 high school students and their parents visited Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus on Sunday, Nov. 13 to learn about YU’s programs for men, including Yeshiva College and Sy Syms School of Business.
Under the direction of Thea Volpe, PhD, the academic Advising Center on the Wilf Campus will offer Yeshiva College and Sy Syms School of Business students a number of supportive services to help them realize academic goals.
Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus community celebrated Hanukkah Wednesday night with one of its legendary “chagiggot”—holiday celebrations known for their “exuberance” that attract revelers from among alumni and friends in and around New York City.
Yeshiva University formally dedicated the Wilf Campus during an annual reception for its boards of trustees on November 16.
On a sunny day in Washington Heights, the sky seemed especially bright over Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus. It was no doubt a positive portent for the school, as hundreds of prospective students and their parents attended Sunday’s Open House 2004 program, meeting with President Richard M. Joel, YU professors, and current students of YU’s Yeshiva College and Sy Syms School of Business.
About 130 graduates of the most recent class of New York’s Police Academy attended a police department orientation session at Yeshiva University’s Wilf Campus January 12.
Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni, MD, chief rabbi of Rome, Italy, spoke Monday, Dec. 8, at YU on “In the Shadow of the Vatican.” A radiologist, he heads a delegation of Italian Jewish leaders in the US to promote contacts between the American Jewish community and the 25,000 Jews who live in Italy. His afternoon shiur (lecture) was sponsored by RIETS’ Max Stern Division of Communal Services.