New York-based rabbinical students Hadar Ahuvia and Eliezer Weinbach are two of five students to receive a prestigious and selective fellowship organized by the rabbinic human rights organization T’ruah.
Representative Adriano Espaillat, a member of the House Committee on Education and Labor, has announced more than $111 million in emergency funding for students and institutions.
Special Recognition Honoree, Robert F. Smith, and master-of-ceremonies and World Values Network, founder, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, welcomed hundreds of supporters.
Touro College and its Graduate School of Social Work (GSSW) have secured two grants totaling $1.36 million to train students, faculty and staff in fighting the nation’s opioid crisis.
In an unprecedented display of solidarity, 31 community religious institutions and organizations came together today to lead an interfaith solidarity march through Morningside Heights and Harlem.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the opening of the Venetian Ghetto, where the city’s Jews were forced to live for nearly 300 years.
On Friday, April 15 Jewish members of the New York City Council spoke out against a resolution set to be voted on by the student government at CUNY’s graduate school that would endorse a boycott of Israeli academics and academic institutions.
Three graduate students at the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work have been awarded scholarships from the Latino Social Work Coalition and Scholarship Fund.
We love this photo of a Judaica-Jewish Bar Mitzvah boy in one of the many photographic studios in East Harlem, NY, 1920’s.
College and university presidents and diversity officers from across North America learned best practices and new tactics.
A great rare etching of City College of New York was originally founded as the Free Academy of the City of New York at St. Nicolas Terrace to Amsterdam Avenue, W. 140th to West 138th Streets in post colonial Harlem in upper Manhattan in 1847 by wealthy businessman and president of the Board of Education,…
Today, hundreds of New Yorkers testified and submitted written public comments at a Department of Buildings hearing on Local Law 97.
Bayard Rustin, March 17, 1912 – August 24, 1987, was a Harlem leader in social movements for civil rights, socialism, nonviolence, and gay rights.
Zenell Mangal is taking her gymnastics talents to modern heights.
Jewish clergy from across New York City sent a letter today calling for Mayor Eric Adams to rescind his recent directive that will involuntarily detain New Yorkers who are perceived to be suffering from a mental health crisis.