Campus Week: A remembrance for the longtime head of Yeshiva University, Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm
Former Yeshiva University professor Bob Tufts officially became a Jew in 1982, the same year he was traded from the San Francisco Giants to the Kansas City Royals. Tufts died last month at 63.
The stars joined a storied tradition of celebrity endorsements for Y.U., stretching back to Einstein, who raised thousands for the school
In light of YU’s historic appearance in the NCAA Division III finals, remembering my own days playing hoops for the Mighty Mites
The team will now compete in the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time in school history
The novel, published 50 years ago today, shaped the American Jewish encounter with Hasidism and Orthodoxy, while giving a pretty good play-by-play account of a baseball game
The president-elect of Yeshiva University shares a message with his newest graduates as they begin their rabbinic careers
Look to Israel
The Israel-based rabbi and PhD came out on top of a competitive and accomplished collection of candidates
Yeshiva University student Akiva Neuman performed admirably on ‘American Ninja Warrior’
‘A life of Jewish values should create a mensch’
Modern Orthodoxy is at a crossroads. The person chosen to lead its flagship institution will reflect the movement’s direction.
A search will commence to replace the first non-rabbi to serve in the school’s top job
Students are challenging the Modern Orthodox school’s traditional stance on LGBT issues
Rabbi Jeremy Wieder asks, ‘How would you feel if your yarmulke made you suspect in the eyes of law enforcement?’
Remembering Rabbi Hailu Moshe Paris, spiritual leader of black Jewry
‘I reach more Jews every day than the prime minister of Israel,’ says the popular radio host
Here’s why he made it
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