Throughout the centennial year, special events will be held both on campus and in other locations. Annual events like the Dinner of Tribute and Commencement will also feature special centennial programming. Please continue to check this page; in the weeks and months to come registration pages and new events will be added to this list.
With the start of the new school year, so begins the new century at Yeshiva University High School for Boys. Students will have the opportunity to join in the celebration and to gain a deeper understanding of the historical significance of the school.
As the school’s theme has revolved around Torah study, the YUHSB community is invited to take part in a special Abraham Arbisfeld Kollel Yom Rishon featuring world renowned scholar Rabbi Dr. JJ Schacter and inspirational Mashgiach Ruchani of the Stone Beit Midrash Program of YU Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Weinberg. Parking will be available in University Lot E, located on Amsterdam Ave. between 182nd and 183rd streets.
Mon07Nov20168:00 pmJewish Center (131 W 86th St.)
Mon21Nov201611:30 amLamport Auditorium
In an age filled with distractions, when technology and speed reign supreme, when innovation is key and tradition seems passé, how do we keep our youth inspired? How do we instill spirituality in them? Please join us as Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks addresses this issue at the Centennial Yom Iyun presented by Yeshiva University High Schools on Sunday, December 18th in Zysman Hall, on the Wilf Campus. In addition to the keynote address delivered by Rabbi Lord Sacks, this special program will feature breakout sessions from a variety of noted and innovative educators. This Yom Iyun is presented in partnership with the Center for the Jewish Future and the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration.
Join Us at our Annual Dinner of Tribute when we celebrate the past and the future of Yeshiva University High Schools. At this special event, we plan to pay tribute to some select Legacy Families, whom have been associated with YUHS for multiple generations, and to recognize 100 years of Building Foundations.
Tue25Apr20177:00 pmLamport Auditorium, Zysman Hall, Wilf Campus, Yeshiva University
Mon08May20177:30 pmRiverdale Jewish Center, 3700 Independence Ave., Bronx, NY 10463
Religious Liberty in Crisis: How Should the Jewish Community Respond” by Dr. Michael (Avi) Helfand (’97).
Dr. Michael (Avi) Helfand '97 is an expert on religious law and religious liberty. A frequent author and lecturer, his work considers how the state treats religious law, custom and practice. He is currently an associate professor at Pepperdine University School of Law and associate director of Pepperdine University’s Diane and Guilford Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies.
His academic articles have appeared in numerous law journals, including the Yale Law Journal and the New York University Law Review. Professor Helfand also often provides commentary on clashes between law and religion, writing for various general audience publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the Forward, and has provided legal commentary for various news outlets, including the New York Times, PBS, and Huffington Post.
In addition to his academic work, Professor Helfand is a board member of the Beth Din of America, where he also has served as an arbitrator and consultant on the enforceability of rabbinical arbitration agreements and awards in U.S. courts.
Prior to joining the Pepperdine Law faculty, Professor Helfand was an associate at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, where his practice focused on complex commercial litigation. Before entering private practice, Professor Helfand clerked for the Honorable Julia Smith Gibbons of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He received his JD from Yale Law School, PhD in Political Science from Yale University and BA from Yeshiva University.
The Centennial Lecture Series provides interesting lectures by proud graduates of Yeshiva University High School for Boys.
Sun29Oct201711:00 amMarsha Stern Talmudical Academy (YUHSB) – 2540 Amsterdam Ave.
Were you among the many that represented MTA and BTA on the athletic stage over the past 100 years? We invite you to return home for a special opportunity to reunite, recollect and relive the glory with fellow Lion and Yugar teammates and their families.
11:00 AM - BanquetWeissberg Commons, Belfer Hall
12:30 PM - Athletic Tournament and Competitions (Tournament of teams representing every half decade)
Furst Gymnasium, Max Stern Athletic Center
& The Lions' Den, Zysman Hall
3:00 PM - MTA Lions vs. Ramaz Rams Varsity Basketball Home Opener
Furst Gymnasium, Max Stern Athletic Center