Former Maccabee Hired as New Men’s Basketball Coach

Last week, Yeshiva University announced that Elliot Steinmetz would take over as head men’s basketball coach for the YU Maccabees, starting ... Read More

Back in Black: Seforim Sale Yields Profit

 After years of financial instability and notorious mismanagement, the Yeshiva University Seforim Sale, America’s largest sale of Jewish ... Read More

YU Receives Another Middle States Warning 

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), part of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, is an organization that ... Read More

Meet Your New Student Council Leadership

Natan Szegedi – President, YSU  Commentator Staff: What is your major/minor? Planned year of graduation? Plans after YU? Natan Szegedi: ... Read More

YU Commemorates Yom HaShoah With Diverse Program

This week, the student body of Yeshiva gathered together to sing, dance, and celebrate Yom Ha’atzmaut. It was a time of happiness and hope. But ... Read More

“The Rebbe and the Rav” Event Draws Hundreds

On April 29, the Chabad Club of YU hosted an event showcasing the special relationship between Rav Soloveitchik zt”l and the Lubavitcher Rebbe ... Read More
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Vagrant Sockets sunken, belt loops broken. Face unshaven, deep breaths oaken. His holed shoes shuffle now and then. How strange to wear a ... Read More

Schrodinger’s Man

 “The elevator is incredibly full today,” Pino thinks to himself as he enters the shared uplifting chaos. He stands in a dark and ... Read More

When Rabbi Lamm Allowed Women to Wear Tefillin and Form Minyanim: An Excised Sermon Adds Fresh Perspective to Ongoing Debate

At the height of the women’s liberation movement in 1972, 1,200 Orthodox rabbis organized “The Emergency National Coalition of Rabbis in ... Read More

Sarachek: A Look Behind the Scenes

This past week, Yeshiva University hosted its annual Red Sarachek Tournament featuring Jewish high school basketball teams from across the ... Read More
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