Technology has changed our entire world. Every moment of our lives is touched by an innovation created somewhere in the Silicon Valley or in a university tech lab, and with this influx of newness, many stable American industries have been forced to evolve. One such industry is journalism. Since the printing press was popularized in
Yeshivat Noam has a strong commitment to our brothers and sisters in Israel. Israeli and American flags hang proudly in every classroom, decorations and artwork connected to Israeli culture and landmarks abound throughout the school and we close each and every program with the singing of Hatikvah. Simply put,
On Wednesday, November 4 2015, Yeshiva University High School for Boys (MTA) students in the Names Not Numbers Holocaust documentary program, joined by the rest of the senior class, traveled to Battery Park in Lower Manhattan for the annual visit to the famed Jewish Heritage Museum. Upon arrival, the students were greeted by the museum
November 2, 2015 served as an opportunity for Yeshiva University High School for Boys’ (MTA) senior Arista members to reflect upon past achievements, such as the recent blood drive, and plan for the future, all while enjoying an appetizing brunch. What made this event different than any other Arista meeting was the unorthodox
TABC seniors had their annual Chesed Day, during which they initiated TABC’s partnering with Chesed 24/7, an organization that provides kosher food for patients and their relatives who are staying in hospitals. During their time at Chesed 24/7, they packed “Shabbos in a Box” packages. TABC looks forward to a long and mutually
Ma'ayanot juniors spending a morning last week volunteering at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey which provides food for 1.1 million people in need.
While only a few miles from Disneyworld, play and leisure were clearly not on the agenda of Moriah staff. As leaders in the movement to further develop The Moriah School’s personalized learning program, a delegation was sent to the iNACOL Symposium in Orlando, Florida where they joined over 3000 participants from around the
BPY fifth graders had a wonderful time doing all kinds of hands-on math activities at MoMath: the National Museum of Mathematics, on Monday, November 9. They explored shapes, tessellation and many more math topics.
There’s no pep like PAW pep! Last week’s pep rally, to show support for Frisch Cougars as the sports seasons kick off in earnest, had energy and excitement in spades.
The event kicked off with a “Who’s on first?” routine tailored for Frisch, starring the faculty’s
BCHSJS students participated in their annual Fall Overnight this past weekend. The evening began with high-flying fun at the SkyZone in Allendale. The students then headed over to the JCC of Paramus for a Havdalah service, pizza, gym time, a pre-Hanukkah treat-making activity and movie time. They enjoyed a fun-filled time
This past Wednesday evening, the lunchroom at RYNJ was abuzz; over 200 people filled the room to capacity to enjoy a night of fun and interactive math games at the annual First Grade Family Math Night. Almost 100 first grade students, along with their parents and grandparents, began the night with