The energy here is palpable and contagious.
Luckily, we offer you plenty of ways to get involved.
They are debating the political developments of the day or trading barbs over college football. They arrange pick up games on the basketball court and pick up chavrusos in the beis medrash. They gather for Shabbos with their peers and professors to celebrate the end of another productive week with good company, good Torah and good food.
Situated on a beautiful seven-acre plot of land in Kew Gardens Hills, Queens, our campus is both of the city and apart from it, and it is home to a rich intellectual, spiritual, and social life.