YUPAC and YU Students Take a Stance Against the Iran Deal

On July 14th, The Iran Nuclear Deal between Iran and the P5+1 countries was released. Congress was given a sixty-day period to review the details and vote on the proposal. Over the next few weeks the deal will be presented in the House. As ... Read More

YU and RIETS Announce Six-Year Joint Semicha Program

Over the summer, Yeshiva University and its affiliate, the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS) announced a new six-year joint program that enables advanced students to integrate semicha studies into undergraduate education. ... Read More

My Lonely Reaction to Obergefell v. Hodges

I am proud to be part of a country founded on the premise that every human is created equal, endowed by God with certain unalienable rights. I have always revered the Constitution’s Amendments and all Supreme Court decisions that protect ... Read More


Stop, Drop and Don’t Just Roll With It

For all of our young lives, and certainly to this day, we’ve all heard our parents stare someplace far away and exclaim in wonderment, “Things sure have changed since I was your age.” As the daughter of somewhat older parents (without ... Read More

Summer Internship, Potential Career?

Over the years, I always heard two things when it came to art: One, it is subjective; and two, art comes in many forms. This summer I had the opportunity to intern at Blouin Artinfo, a Tribeca-based art magazine, within their Digital Media ... Read More