When Norman Lamm, the longtime leader of Yeshiva University, died last spring at the age of 92, he took his secrets to his grave.
For Rabbi Norman Lamm, who better to who better to invoke for justification of separate seating in synagogues than sex researcher Alfred Kinsey?
A Jewish developer is suing the village planning board of a small upstate New York town, arguing that their decision to vote down a proposed all-girls Hasidic private school was motivated by anti-Semitic bigotry.
The former chancellor of Yeshiva University may be excused from testifying at in the $380 million sex abuse lawsuit currently pending against the Modern Orthodox institution, the New York Post reported Thursday.
Former Y.U. Chancellor Norman Lamm has been ordered to take a competency exam before being deposed in the ongoing abuse lawsuit. But how easy is it to establish his mental acuity?
A federal judge has ordered an independent medical examination of the mental health of Rabbi Norman Lamm, Yeshiva University’s former president, in the opening stages of a $380 million sex abuse lawsuit
The Jewish community deserves to hear those who have been abused and mistreated at Y.U. and elsewhere. Luckily we have tireless reporters like Paul Berger to tell their stories.
Norman Lamm isn’t the first Y.U. leader to face uncomfortable questions. Bernard Revel, the founding president of the college, had to explain his Russian revolutionary politics.
FORWARD EDITORIAL: Norman Lamm’s apology in his letter of retirement from Y.U. should serve as a model to the current leadership of the embattled institution.
Norman Lamm is a giant figure in Modern Orthodoxy, with decades of leadership to his credit. Will his mishandling of Yeshiva’s sex abuse scandal cloud a shining legacy?