New York—For the first time, Yeshiva University is making its unique and expanded catalog of more than 40 summer courses available to students from any institution.
Offering fully online as well as traditional and blended classes, the courses span majors and disciplines, including the hard and social
New York—Students from 11 Jewish high schools around the tristate area participated in the annual Jewish Education Project/Lander College Yeshiva Science Olympiad. The team from Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy (SAR) won first place in the competition, with North Shore Hebrew Academy, Torah Academy of Bergen County (TABC), and
Paramus—“I want to make a difference in the community because I’m a Jew, and it’s a Jew’s reponsbility to help everyone in need,” said Meital Fruksbrumer, a seventh Grader at Yeshivat Noam and participant of Areyvut’s H.O.P.E. Teen Philanthropy Program.
Areyvut, a non-profit based
Yom Ha’atzmaut at Ben Porat Yosef was a day full of joy and learning, with separate specialized programming for early childhood, elementary grades, and junior high grades. The day began with a ruach-filled shacharit and Hallel. Early Childhood students then packed their suitcases, got their passports stamped, boarded a
Yom Ha’Atzmaut began with the children davening together, and they were thrilled at the chance to say Hallel in honor of Eretz Yisrael. They then used their passports to travel all over Eretz Yisrael (between our city-decorated classrooms). The children had the opportunity to create boats in Haifa, mosaic doves
The students of Frisch experienced four of the major themes found in Rabbi Soloviechik’s Kol Dodi Dofek during the Yom Ha’atzmaut program. The students learned about four different areas in which the miraculous hand of God was evidently visible during the formative years of the State of Israel. A ruach-filled chagiga,
Yeshivat Noam 3rd grade scientists have been studying and experimenting with different states of matter. They melted, solidified, evaporated and condensed matter to experience phase changes. Sublimating dry ice from solid to gas created a stir of excitement as they smoked up the classroom and made their own
On Monday April 27, entrepreneur Adam Moisa, the founder and CEO of Agora (a cloud services company) visited MTA during lunch to speak to a group of students interested in business. Adam founded his company, which enables users to aggregate their various cloud storage accounts, while an undergraduate student at YU’s Sy Syms School of
April 29 was the annual MTA dinner for Arista, The National Honor Society. The dinner bid farewell to all of the senior Arista members who will be graduating in a few weeks, while welcoming the new, incoming junior Arista members.
The National Honor Society was created in 1921, nearly a century ago, and
As the culmination of our Holocaust unit, students spent time learning about recent world tragedies. We discussed and wrote about how we personally can make a difference in the world. Many people are struggling right now in Nepal because of the recent calamitous earthquake. Measuring 7.8 on the Richter Scale, this earthquake left more than