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Kohelet Foundation to Fund Scholarship to Study at YU

The Kohelet Foundation is funding a scholarship for graduates of community day schools to encourage them to study at Yeshiva University, the country’s oldest...

Jewish Refugee Scholars at Historically Black Colleges

In Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, an exhibition aptly opening on Martin Luther King Day will highlight a historical moment of mutual respect...

Course Taught by YU President Offers Students Firsthand Lessons in Leadership

Always take the blame—but be sure to hand out credit. Answer all your mail. Have a lot of ideas—but remember, not all of them...

Asperger’s in the Classroom

Asperger’s Syndrome, a neurobiological disorder on the Autism spectrum, is one of the fastest growing disabilities, according to Brenda Smith Myles, Ph.D., Chief Program...

Endangered: Jewish Genius

Why has there been a dramatic, recent decline in the academic performance of American Jews? There’s no doubt that Jews are smart. And I...

Yeshiva Alumnus Rabbi Sidney Kleiman Reflects on 100 Years of Judaism in America

Rabbi Sidney Kleiman has seen a few things in his day. As he approaches his 100th birthday this January, Kleiman is the longest-serving and...

Rebbetzin: The Ultimate Balancing Act

Recently, a congregant asked me to speak to her daughter, a young woman who would soon fill the position of “Rebbetzin,” to give her...

Technion Professor Amnon Katz Explains How Israel Educates World Builders

At Phillips Point Club WEST PALM BEACH, FL – December 28, 2012 – Israel’s global reputation as the “Start-Up Nation” has grown considerably in...

Teaching children to prevail over tragedies like Sandy Hook and Hurricane Sandy.

Is there really anything left to say? After all the articles have been written, all the school psychologists’ advice studied, all the searing photos...

Revel PhD Candidate Wins Second Place in International Bible Contest

Rabbi Ezra Frazer, of Teaneck, New Jersey, won second place in the International Bible Contest for Adults in a televised event held at the...

African Refugee Boys Get New Start in Israel

Some years ago, while out on jogs a mile and a half from the Sinai border, David Palmach, regularly saw traumatized refugees from Eritrea...

Undergraduates Experience Law School in Yearlong Cardozo Course

YU News On a recent Friday morning at Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Assistant Professor of Law Jessica Roth asked her...

Teaching Our Children to be a “Mensch”

The New York Times recently described the need to teach Jewish kids courses in Bar Mitzvah etiquette because their misbehavior at these religious events...

Nobel Prize Winner to Jerusalem Students: “Follow Your Curiosity”

When Boys Town Jerusalem students met Nobel Prize Laureate Professor Yisrael (Robert) Aumann, the game of life took on a new meaning for the...

‘Overwhelming’ debts incurred from student loans for college education

With 50 percent of college graduates failing to find a job, as reported, U.S. student debt has grown at a nearly 14 percent clip...

Orthodox Jewish Woman Named Rhodes Scholar

For the second year in a row, an Orthodox Jewish woman has been named a recipient of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship award. Ela Naegele,...

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