The unbeaten streak is the third longest in Division III men’s basketball history
That sponsor, psychology professor Jenny Isaacs, said the process to gain the university’s approval had been “arduous.”
“We are training 21st century clinicians to provide excellent care and support in any setting, whether in face-to-face therapy sessions or through teletherapy.”
LGBTQ issues present a dilemma for the Modern Orthodox world, which is defined by its strict adherence to traditional Jewish law as well as embrace of the secular world.
The noted Modern Orthodox rabbi, author and communal leader had just lost his wife to COVID-19 a month earlier.
'There was no sting of defeat, there was no glory of victory, it was just kind of this, like, blank screen, and an emptiness — wondering what could have been.'
After becoming the first university in the US to have a student test positive for the novel coronavirus, YU recently finished its first week of fully online studies.
The YU Alliance, a student-run organization that does not receive funding from the student councils, currently holds LGBTQ-related events off-campus.
Yeshiva University’s annual Red Sarachek Basketball Tournament for Orthodox high schools across the United States and Canada, scheduled for March 12 through 16, has also been postponed.
The team will find out who its opening round opponent will be in the NCAA Tournament on Monday.