Yeshiva University’s board of trustees elected Moshael Straus as its chairman.
The bottom line just keeps getting uglier for cash-strapped Yeshiva University as the Modern Orthodox flagship ran a deficit of $84 million last year.
Yeshiva University announced plans to merge the faculty of its two undergraduate schools, Yeshiva College and Stern College.
The Yeshiva University board of trustees issued a statement in support of President Richard Joel after the undergraduate faculty overwhelmingly passed a no-confidence resolution against him.
As a young dad in the Skverer sect, Shulem Deen took the one job open to him: teacher. He was shocked to find that punishment was the bedrock of education at the New Square Yeshiva.
A lawsuit in Canada offers a blueprint to reforming the substandard education provided in Hasidic communities. It holds the government accountable for allowing the outrage.
92 U.S. universities have endowments over $1 billion. Yeshiva’s is the only one to shrink last year — and a Forward analysis reveals its performance under Richard Joel’s leadership.
Yeshiva has finally shed the burden of money-losing Albert Einstein medical school. Does the deal mean the university can start to put a crushing fiscal crisis behind it?
The Orthodox Union is launching a multimillion-dollar advocacy campaign to increase government funding for Jewish day schools in New York.
Richard Joel blames Yeshiva’s financial woes on fired staffers and archaic management practices. Critics say that after 11 years at the helm, the problems are of his own making.