News

Preserving a Flourishing School

Sometimes there is so much discussion about an event that it is easy to become inundated with the ensuing sea of news reports, uplifting ... Read More

Father of Murdered Teen Shares Message of Strength in Wake of Har Nof Attack

Ori Yifrach, father of teenager Eyal Yifrach – whose murder, along with those of fellow teenagers Naftali Fraenkel and Gilad Shaar, sparked ... Read More

Deputy Minister Ofir Akunis

On Monday, December 1st, Member of Knesset (MK) and Deputy Minister Ofir Akunis addressed a crowd of approximately 100 students of Yeshiva in a ... Read More

YU Councils Organize Times Square Israel Rally

As recent weeks once again find Israel facing a rising tide of terror, with nearly every day bringing new reports of attacks and outrages, ... Read More

News Briefs

YU Apps Win Awards Continuing its trend of prominence in the world of academic mobile applications, YU recently won prestigious awards from the ... Read More

YCSA’s New Initiative Bridges the Gap Between Students and Deans

YCSA (Yeshiva College Student Association), one of the student councils on campus, has been working closely with the deans of Yeshiva College, ... Read More
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Features

“Wolf Like Me:” TV On The Radio, Live at Rough Trade

Most music is identifiable by genre. Rock, jazz, classical, country—these labels all serve a practical purpose for both the artist and the ... Read More

YU Senior Aaron Heller Remembered

Twenty years ago this month, twenty-one year old Yeshiva University senior Aaron Heller passed away. His tragic death came as a shock to all ... Read More

Movie Review: The Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything, a 2014 film directed by James Marsh, is a beautiful and inspiring biopic that charts the life of brilliant theoretical ... Read More

YU is Going Global

It’s a challenging time to be a university. Brick and mortar institutions of higher education are increasingly facing an existential identity ... Read More
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