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Saturday, September 23, 2017


David Prince juggles his responsibilities as a YU student and a marketing executive. (Photo courtesy of Yeshiva University)It’s only his first semester on campus, but David Prince has a pretty good idea of what he wants to major in—marketing. He’s been doing it professionally since tenth-grade.
At 21, the Syms School of Business student is president of a full-service management and consulting firm he founded four years ago, Prince Management. At an age when many college students are writing their first cover letters to their first internships, Prince has represented and secured endorsements and business opportunities for a wide range of clientele in the entertainment and corporate world, including NFL and NBA athletes, rappers, musicians and charitable foundations.
So how does a yeshiva kid from Highland Park, New Jersey become a successful public relations

David Zami and his classmates on On Thursday evening, December 22nd, the third night of Hanukah, Magen David Yeshivah Celia Esses High School held its first ever Shiriyah (a Hebrew song competition, kind of a music-based color war between the different grades) under the direction and leadership of Rabbi Ben-Zion Scheinfeld, Director of Student Activities. The program was a culmination of talent, creativity and dedication demonstrated by our students and devoted staff over the course of the entire week.
The theme of this

Rabbi Michael Taubes Named Head of School at Yeshiva University High School for BoysRabbi Michael Taubes, an educator with more than three decades of experience in Jewish education and administration, has been named rosh yeshiva at Yeshiva University High School for Boys (YUHSB)/Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy. The appointment is the culmination of an extensive international search that involved parents, faculty, board members and YU administrators.
“Our students and faculty are fortunate to be led by Rabbi Taubes who can bring them to levels of greatness in Torah studies

Assemblyman Lancman (striped tie) with Queensborough Community College students at the Kupferberg CenterAssemblyman Rory Lancman (D-Hillcrest) presented awards this week to students who have documented the stories of local Holocaust survivors, keeping their stories alive for future generations. The ceremony was held at the Kupferberg Holocaust Center at Queensborough Community College, where the students presented their work.
Each student participating in the Holocaust awareness program conducted an in-depth interview of a specific survivor. The work of documenting survivors’ stories becomes more