Students Will Learn About Conflict and Help Victims of Terror on Solidarity Mission to Israel
Undergraduate students from Yeshiva University (YU), under the direction of The Center for the Jewish Future (CJF), will bring their Jewish knowledge and enthusiasm for learning to different Jewish communities as part of the new Jewish Life Coast-to-Coast program.
For some students, winter break is a time for relaxing after a tough semester. But for many Yeshiva University students, the time will be spent helping people in the United States, Central America and Israel.
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.
Jan 5, 2005 — Yeshiva University students spending winter break in Israel will be able to enjoy several exciting events and participate in chesed opportunities organized by YU’s Israel Club. Activities include: Friday, Jan. 14 10 am: A walking tour of the Old City of Jerusalem. Tuesday, Jan. 18 9:30 am-12:30 pm: YU alumni who…
While some students escaped the cold weather during winter break or went home to visit family, another group chose to spend their vacation in Israel, visiting Hebron and organizing a concert that raised $20,000 for families of terror attack victims, and travelling to sunny Florida – not to hit the beach but to create a Modern Orthodox community.