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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Education

Ashira Greenberg, who lives in Hillcrest, Queens, was born with cerebral palsy, and wrote the book to share with the world the importance of not judging others based on external appearances and physical disabilities but rather seeing people for who they truly are inside.Ashira Greenberg may only be a senior at the Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls (YUHSG), but the 17-year-old is already a published author. In October, Israel BookShop Publications released 2,000 copies of her work, a rhyming 24-page illustrated children’s book called Don’t Judge by What You See.

Greenberg, who lives in Hillcrest, Queens, was born with cerebral palsy, and wrote the book to share with the world the importance of not judging others based on external appearances and physical disabilities but rather seeing people for who they truly are inside. The book is based on Greenberg’s own experiences, as well as those of her friends’ from Simcha Special, a camp run by Chai Lifeline for children with chronic

In response to the recent internal conflict in Beit Shemesh over issues of modesty and the role of women in Israeli society, Yeshiva University students flooded a lecture hall on January 30 to learn about the challenges and history of the conflict and to debate possible solutions.

The event, titled “Faceless: Confronting Hadarat Nashim in Israel Today,” was held in Belfer Hall and organized by Kol Hamevaser, the undergraduate student body’s Jewish thought magazine, and the YU Israel Club


OECD Lists Israel Above United States, Japan


In an announcement that may come as no surprise to those aware of the Jewish people’s strong emphasis on education, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has released a report stating that Israel is the second most educated country in the world. The only country to top Israel on the list is Canada, while Japan and the United States came in third and fourth respectively.

The OECD’s Education at a Glance 2011 report reveals that

One of the images used to promote last week’s BDS conference.Jewish Reporter Barred from Attending

The University of Pennsylvania played host this weekend to what many are calling a “three-day hatefest” of anti-Israel activities, in the form of a national conference for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israel. The movement, which supports an economic campaign whose ultimate aim is the dissolution of the Jewish state.

Writing for Israel’s Arutz Sheva news service, Great Neck-based lawyer Elizabeth Berney offers some perspective on the

Dr. Steven Nissenfeld, professor of management at Yeshiva University’s Syms School of Business, and director of the EMBA program, refers to a PowerPoint slide during a lecture.Opportunity for Shomer Shabbat Professionals to Earn Advanced Business Degree
Executive MBA programs, by definition, are offered on weekends when busy executives presumably can make time to attend, but ‘weekends’ virtually always translate into Saturday classes. Beginning this fall, professionals with at least seven years of business experience who are Shomer Shabbat, as well as others with Saturday conflicts, can take a Masters of Business Administration degree at Yeshiva University when the Syms