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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, October 22, 2017


Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design for the first time are recipients of the prestigious “Andy Prize”. After its 10-year run, The Andy Prize – The Andrea M. Bronfman Prize For The Arts has been relaunched by her children as the Andy prize 2.0 and is taking on a new format as 3 prizes to excellent students at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem. The prizes were awarded to students within the crafts’ fields of glass, ceramics and jewelry.  The prizes are named after the late Andrea Bronfman, supporter of the arts.

The three prizes of $5,000 each were given by Tony and Moira Cohen, Andy’s children to the 3 Bezalel students on the opening night of the Academy’s 2017 Graduate Exhibition. 

The prizewinners presented diverse and unique

Leftist students routinely intimidate and even physically menace those who dissent from their views, especially pro-Israel students. Conservative speakers are rarely invited to campuses, and when they are, face legions of hostile and even violent protesters. Universities are increasingly hostile to conservative views, and are mostly indoctrination centers for the hard Left. This is academia today, as I detail in my new book The Complete Infidel’s Guide to Free Speech (and Its Enemies).


One of the complicated issues that dominated the 2016 presidential election was that of the struggles of a new generation seeking a college education. Because annual tuition costs have essentially skyrocketed at both private and public colleges, the affordability factor as well as the mounting student debt that would be incurred have left parents and students in a quandary as to whether there are sufficient merits in even obtaining an undergraduate degree.

Yet, there appears that good

Collaboration anchored by Citi lease at The Bridge at Cornell Tech

Citigroup Inc. (“Citi”) last week announced a collaboration with Cornell Tech, the revolutionary graduate institution, to engage with Cornell University students, faculty, researchers, startups and other companies, and create closer ties between academia and industry. 

The collaboration will be anchored by Citi’s presence on the Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island. Citi has leased 10,900 square feet in The Bridge at

Lauder School students are joined by families and friends from Europe and around the world

Joined by their families from Switzerland, Germany, Hungary and Ukraine—and their friends and fraternity brothers from around the world—five young men from the Lauder Business School in Vienna were called to the Torah and celebrated their bar mitzvahs last month for the first time.

The young men studied over a seven-week period with Rabbi Boruch Sabbach, co-director of the Jewish Heritage Center