When Norman Lamm, the longtime leader of Yeshiva University, died last spring at the age of 92, he took his secrets to his grave.
Lamm, who helped rebuild Y.U. into the flagship institution of Modern Orthodoxy, had lost his wife to COVID-19 in April.
“’Heartbreak’ just doesn’t cut it.”
The Maccabees notched a 102-83 victory Saturday night over Penn State Harrisburg for Y.U.’s 29th straight win. The team is 29-1 this season.
“In a million years, would you ever have expected to see five yarmulke-wearing players on the court win an NCAA championship?”
“A significant portion of the hotel ownership is held by individuals of the Jewish faith,” the hotel said.
The student is the son of a Westchester man who was New York’s second confirmed case of coronavirus.
The infected student has not been on Yeshiva University’s campus for at least five days.
The Maccabees defeated Purchase College, 86-74, at home in the title game to secure its second postseason bid in three seasons.
“My grandfather was edward teller [sic],” the suspect wrote on LinkedIn.