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(Torah Education Network (T.E.N.) ; Educators Council of America, Torah Education Department of the WZO, Max Stern Division of Communal Services of Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (YU), 1987-10)
YU Students’ Engagement with the Crises of Their Times: A Story of Apathy and Protests, As Told by The Commentator and The Observer, 1954-1971. (NY: Yeshiva College. Yeshiva University., 2019-07)[From Introduction] Students enrolled at Yeshiva University have always straddled the line between the institution’s dual mission that values the integration or harmonization of both religious and secular values. This ...