Reference Education Colleges and Universities North America United States New York Yeshiva University
Founded in 1886, Yeshiva University is the oldest and most comprehensive educational institution under Jewish auspices in the United States, with 17 undergraduate, graduate, and affiliated schools and divisions reflecting the full range of knowledge in the arts, sciences, and professions, and the richness of Jewish culture and thought. Rabbinic training and instruction in Jewish music are provided on the Main Campus at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, an affiliate of the University. The Yeshiva University High Schools provide college preparatory instruction for boys (Main Campus) and for girls (in Queens).
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Stern College for Women
The undergraduate college of arts and sciences for women of Yeshiva University. It is located at YU's Midtown Center in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan.
Founded in 1886 as a small day school on the Lower East Side, YU now has 17 undergraduate, graduate, and affiliated schools and divisions, and four campuses in Manhattan.
Yeshiva University Observer
Official undergraduate newspaper of Stern College for Women. Published monthly during the academic year. Written and produced entirely by the students of Stern College.
The official undergraduate newspaper of Yeshiva College.
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