Career Centered Education

In a recent conversation with a Yeshiva University administrator regarding ways to better the academic experience at Stern, I was told that, while my concerns regarding the level of study at YU are not to be dismissed, I should think twice ... Read More


Central Park: The Callosum Commissure of East and West

As a lover of New York City and an admirer of the human brain, it is only natural that I draw parallels between the two, right? As I learn more about both my favorite city (more accurately, the borough of Manhattan) and the most fascinating ... Read More

Stern Dance

Heck Yeah, Stern Can Dance!

If you’re still wondering if Stern students can dance, then you definitely haven’t seen the show. As someone who has participated in the show as both a dancer and a choreographer the past couple of years, I may be a biased source, but ... Read More


A New Take on the Tale as Old as Time A Review of the Live-Action Beauty and the Beast

The theater sits in awed silence as a huge, ornate castle appears on screen and a voiceover begins to tell the story that, for most growing up in the 90’s and 2000’s, was a staple of their childhood. This is the new, live-action film ... Read More

free speech

On Free Speech and Silencing It

I don’t like censorship. In writing, I tend to err on the side of incaution. After all, that is precisely the point of a free press. It is not to stifle voices, but to allow them to speak up, whether or not we agree with all those ... Read More