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In Honor of Yom Yerushalyim – Two Seminary Students Elli Steinlauf from Los Angeles and Avigayil Halpert from Teaneck, NJ. May 20, 2020 In looking forward to our year of study in Israel at Midreshet Lindenbaum, some of the days we both were most looking forward too were the “Yoms,” – Yom Ha’atzmaut and Yom …

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OTS is pleased and proud to share this short, end-of-the-year recap which offers a tiny taste of what our 27 schools and programs have been involved in over the course of the last year.
Each of our students, alumni and faculty is a brightly shining candle, and together, they are emitting a strong light which is illuminating the world, making a real impact on society and effecting change throughout the world.

Michal Katz Is Loving Life at Midreshet Lindenbaum By JLNJ Staff | December 26, 2019 Michal Katz, daughter of Avi and Rebecca Katz, grew up in Teaneck and after graduating from Yeshivat Frisch last year, is now learning at Ohr Torah Stone’s Midreshet Lindenbaum. Katz was chosen to be a member of Midreshet Lindenbaum’s first …

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Rabbi Shlomo Riskin Celebrates Jewish Unity, Not Uniformity By Elizabeth Kratz | December 12, 2019 Rabbi Shlomo Riskin’s brow furrows when he speaks of polarization in the larger Jewish community, but it smooths when he speaks of his teachers and their messages, his students and his work. He flashes his trademark wide smile, showing intrinsic …

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OTS President and Rosh HaYeshiva Rabbi Kenneth Brander joined Nachum Segal on NSN’s “JM in the AM” radio show on May 15th. Rabbi Brander updated Nachum on the plethora of OTS activities which are making an indelible impact on Jewish communities in Israel and around the world, including OTS’s innovative initiatives on behalf of unaffiliated …

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Inclusion at the Pesach Seder Karen Gluch, Assistant Director of the Elaine and Norm Brodsky Midreshet Darkaynu program at  Midreshet Lindenbaum The Pesach Seder is long and detailed, intricate and complex. It is elaborate and diverse,structured and orderly. However it is also exciting and experiential, moving and stimulating.The Pesach Seder is for everyone! One of the …

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