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Rockets raining down from Gaza. Suicide bombers slipping through terror tunnels. Terrorist threats from all angles. Soldiers on the Syrian and Sinai borders, along with nationwide security … more
Five Towners flocked twice to MCU Park in Coney Island, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, to support local causes. On Sunday, 50 members of Kulanu witnessed the return to the mound of Mets’ … more
HAFTR third graders welcomed parents, grandparents and great-grandparents for a M’Dor L’Dor: Generation to Generation evening. more
Seventh graders at Yeshiva of South Shore celebrat- ed their collective Bar Mitzvos and the mitzvah of tefil- lin that they’ve begun to observe, at a program that included a gala breakfast, … more
Touro College’s Graduate School of Jewish Studies (GSJS) will launch a Ph.D. program in Jewish Studies in September 2018, Touro’s first doctoral course of study in the arts and sciences. … more
“Safety first” was the theme at Avnet’s staff orientation, with 300 staffers attending educational workshops guided by director Daniel Stroock on campus security, water safety, … more
Shulamith’s annual Fourth Grade Night of the Arts is a finale event showcasing all the girls have learned in art, music and dance. This year’s festivities opened with a music and dance … more
Far Rockaway Assemblywoman Stacey Pheffer Amato, accompanied by her chief of staff … more
Over 100 educators representing Modern Orthodox high schools across the United States participated in YHShare, a two-day conference of yeshiva high school Judaic Studies teachers organized by the … more
The Touro College Graduate School of Social Work honored the Class of 2018 last week with an awards celebration at Manhattan’s 92nd Street Y. “Welcome to the profession!” said … more
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