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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Education

On Wednesday, April 26, a lecture was held at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan on “Contemporary Anti-Semitism and the Academy.” Led by Charles A. Small, a scholar of Canadian origin well regarded for his efforts to combat anti-Semitism worldwide, the lecture spoke to the growing anti-Israel sentiment pervading campuses around the country, and gave a poignant analysis on why the climate in the “academy” has taken on an increasingly anti-Semitic tone in recent years. Small founded an institute at Yale to combat anti-Semitism in 2006, and recounted his experience working at the school and the resistance he encountered leading up to his dismissal from the university in 2011.

In addressing the subject of anti-Semitism, Small first briefly

Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld.Sela Public Charter School, a Hebrew language public charter school (pre-K through fifth grade), has recently been granted a conditional charter to open in the District of Columbia, the Washington Post reported last Tuesday.

While the school teaches Hebrew, it is not Jewish or religious, which alleviates some of the hefty tuition costs of a private Jewish day school. If the teachers or administrators are found professing Jewish or religious ideas, the school will lose its charter. 

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Mayor Bloomberg and NYU President Sexton celebrate creation of new applied sciences center in downtown Brooklyn.In a historic agreement with the City of New York and the MTA, New York University has announced its plans to create a special applied sciences school in downtown Brooklyn.

The NYU Center For Urban Science and Progress – to be located at the old Transit Authority building on 370 Jay Street – will be the next milestone in the city’s groundbreaking Applied Sciences NYC initiative, which seeks to increase New York City’s capacity for applied sciences and dramatically transform the city’s

Several high school seniors from Magen David Yeshivah High School in Brooklyn have gained acceptance to some of the best colleges in the country.
One student was accepted to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, the second MDY graduate to be admitted to Wharton in the last two years.

Nine students were admitted to New York University’s undergraduate programs, including the Stern School of Business, the Gallatin School of Individualized Study, the Steinhardt School of Culture

The Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L’Talmud of Touro College will host a tribute dinner in honor of Rosh HaYeshiva Rav Abba Bronspigel in recognition of his extraordinary impact on Jewish education around the world. The dinner will take place on Sunday, May 6, 2012 at 6 PM at the Renaissance Ballroom in Brooklyn, New York.  The Tribute Dinner will mark the launch of the Rav Abba Bronspigel Scholarship Fund to enable future generations of Torah scholars to gain the highest quality education