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At an early age, Betzalel Krasnow of Lawrence learned that he would need extensive--and expensive--dental work. … more
A motzei Shabbat history lesson that tracked the Jewish connection to Jerusalem over the millennia was capped with a “thank you” to President Trump on the eve of the opening of the new … more
At Andrew J. Parisi Park: Thousands flocked to this Cedarhurst venue, where a blazing bonfire, an acrobatic display, archery, food and more helped pump up the fun. more
For decades, Rambam Mesivta Principal Rabbi Yotav Eliach accumulated his teachings, writings, and those of many other scholars and rabbinical authorities, tracking … more
Ruchie Freier, the first Chasidic woman to by elected as a judge, visited seventh and eighth graders at Yeshiva Har Torah in Queens. Judge Frier related the importance of education and standing by … more
Four students at the Hebrew Academy of the Five Towns and Rockaway won medals for outstanding research at the final round of the Long Island Math Fair at Hofstra University. Miriam Kopyto and Amanda … more
For 24 hours on April 25–26, the worldwide Yeshiva University community came together to raise $4,538,697 from 3,004 donors during YU’s 2018 Giving Day. With the theme was “YU … more
In honor of Yom Ha’atzmaut, Yeshiva of South Shore Early Childhood Center talmidimfastened their seatbelts for a “trip” to Israel. They explored the country while davened at … more
"Big Bang Theory" star Mayim Bialik headlined Sunday’s Jerusalem College of Technology gala at the Lincoln Square Synagogue. Bialik, an observant Jew who plays neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler … more
Acquiring knowledge to navigate the world as an Orthodox woman is an aspiration of SKA and MACS (Modesty Awareness Committee by Students). At a yom iyunat YIW, SKA girls heard from three women … more
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