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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Education

(Top Row, L to R) Blinick, Miller,  Gutstein, Hasten, Edelman and Wolf. (Bottom) Barris, Novogrodsky,  Kaminetzky and Sanders.Many college students spend their summer vacations on the beach, at a camp or relaxing at home, enjoying a well-earned break from research papers and exams.

Some, like Bella Wolf of Woodmere, NY, dissect mice eyes.

“I hope to go to medical school and become an ophthalmologist, so I feel very fortunate that I have been given the opportunity to work directly with mice eyes to help determine the DNA pathways that leads to lens transparency and the ability to see clearly,” she said.

The Stern College for Women junior is one of 10 YU undergraduates participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP), an advanced biomedical research program at YU’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Directed by Dr. Victoria Freedman, Einstein’s

Adam Berman of Sharon, Mass. takes part in YU disaster relief mission to Haiti.Yeshiva University students grappled with complex questions of Jewish identity and responsibility in a global context as they traveled to Haiti and Germany this summer on two concurrent programs run by YU’s Center for the Jewish Future (CJF).

From June 10-17, in partnership with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and with support from the Repair the World Foundation, 16 students participated in a disaster relief mission to Haiti, a developing country still reeling from the impact

In three sessions led by Dr. Moshe Krakowski, assistant professor at YU’s Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration, the group thought up potential shared teaching goals and considered methods to implement cutting-edge educational theories and teaching approaches that met the unique needs of their individual schools and students.On June 20, a group of more than 35 teachers and administrators from 15 schools gathered in Yeshiva University’s Belfer Hall to engage in passionate debate about the gemara, their arguments peppered with yeshivish sprach [classic Talmudic terminology] and citations. But this was not your average beit medrash scene. Instead of young talmidim [students] trying to understand the content and language of the gemara, the group consisted of teachers, rebbeim and principals searching for new ways to think

Acclaimed Film “Israel Inside” Will Engage Thousands of Jewish Campers Across North America

For tens of thousands of Jewish students heading to camp this summer, vacation time will include a unique approach to pro-Israel education, in the form of an innovative new film, specifically re-produced for camp-age audiences.

“Israel Inside: The Camp Experience” is designed to connect staff and campers to modern Israel while building character and utilizing the medium of documentary film. 

The students of Ahi Ezer enjoy a buggy ride through Amish country.Mother Daughter Dinner
Ahi Ezer’s annual mother daughter dinner was once again a spectacular way to end off the year for its graduating class. The special program was filled with music, dancing, a lavish feast, and many more beautiful presentations performed by the graduating eighth graders. Every girl wants to express her feelings to her mother, and the program proved a perfect way for them to do so.

The night was a mixture of smiles, laughter, and tears. The girls sang beautiful songs about