A scheduled Wurzweiller School of Social Work Care Cafe event featuring Hannah Fons was postponed repeatedly, disappearing from YU’s event website without explanation, before finally taking place (I think) June 14th, 2019
On May 2nd, 2019, Deborah Glick, the first openly gay state legislator in New York State spoke at an event sponsored by the YU Dems called “Overcoming Adversity: Minority Representation in NY Politics,” after and despite intervention attempts by YU administration.
Enough is Enough: Yeshiva University Students Protest LGBTQ Discrimination
Lily Gelman | August 29, 2019
On November 13th, 2018, Ben Katz, a gay YU alumnus living in Israel, spoke to students on the Beren campus about the existence of LGBTQ Jews, and the resulting importance of ensuring that they have narratives they can tell in the first explicitly LGBTQ themed event after the 2009 “Being Gay in the Orthodox World” panel.
Everyone Belongs in Yeshiva
Phillip Nagler | September 19, 2019
The most successful people don’t look back to see who’s watching.
The most successful people don’t look back to see who’s watching. Look for opportunities to lift others up along the way. Having the proper mindset, moving outside your comfort zone, developing and maintaining healthy relationships, and staying focused have been key drivers of success for thousands of years.
“Good actions give strength to ourselves and inspire good actions in others.” — Plato
You are on the right track.
Having the proper mindset, moving outside your comfort zone, developing and maintaining healthy relationships, and staying focused have been key drivers of success for thousands of years.
“Do not say a little in many words but a great deal in few.”
Success is earned, one step at a time. One of the most invaluable skills a person can have is being able to clearly express what they want. Sometimes the hardest part of finding success is gathering the courage to get started. As long as you’re learning, you’ll never really fail.