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and Molly B., were honored together with fifty three of their peers, whose cultures, traditions and religions are different from theirs. They studied sources about the importance of the land of Israel in preparation for Yom Ha'Atzmaut.

Rabbis Schiowitz and Sklarin's Honors Talmud classes had the opportunity to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see three medieval hagaddot manuscripts that were recently put on display in the Medieval wing.

And I have to tell you, the seductions of those shelves, the distractions of browsing, became so spectacular and my work was suffering so badly that I actually got permission and they transferred me to the Chinese collection.

[Audience laughter] WIESELTIER: Because I simply couldn’t keep my hands off those shelves.

As far as I’m concerned, you are the people who are the guardians of the Jewish people’s crown jewels.

We don’t have — we didn’t raise stone monuments, or at least not any meaningful ones that survived.

Brooklyn was bustling with Ramaz freshmen as they took advantage of some of the many sights.

On Tuesday evening, Youth Bridge-NY's Fellows: juniors Netanel K., Marcus L. The candidates who were elected prepared speeches and answers to questions about their positions -- each candidate prepared such thoughtful responses and voiced their opinions beautifully! Stone's senior course on Warfare taught students a game that incorporated many of the basic concepts of tactical warfare such as the maintenance of cohesion for formed troops, the significance of differing terrain, the value of leadership, the advantages of skirmishing, flank and rear attacks, etc.

and Jacyln W., along with graduating Bridgers, seniors Hannah H. Last Wednesday, Rabbi Sklarin's 11th grade honors Talmud class went to KJ to learn with the Lunch and Learn group.

I just wanted to say, I’m not known for pandering, but I really do admire you people. A lot of my Jewish education took place in the bowels of Widener Library many decades ago.

There came a point — they used to assign carrells to graduate students near the relevant books, and of course I was assigned a carrell near the, in the middle of the Judaica section.