YESHIVA UNIVERSITY \u2022 SHAVUOT TO-GO \u2022 SIVAN 5769
It is my sincere hope that the Torah found in this virtual\u05e8\u05e4\u05e1 will enhance your\u05ea\u05d5\u05e2\u05d5\u05d1\u05e9
(Shavuot) and your Yom Tov experience.
We have designed this project not only for the individual, studying alone, but also for a
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engaged in facilitated study.
With this material, we invite you, wherever you may be, to join our Beit Midrash \u05d4\u05e8\u05d5\u05ea \u05dc\u05d9\u05d3\u05d2\u05d4\u05dc
\u05d4\u05e8\u05d9\u05d3\u05d0\u05d4\u05dc\u05d5 (to enjoy the splendor of Torah) and to discuss Torah issues that touch on
contemporary matters, as well as issues rooted in the ideals of this time of year. We hope,
through this To-Go series, to participate in the timeless conversations of our great sages.
Rabbi Kenneth Brander
Dean, Yeshiva University
Center for the Jewish Future
Richard M Joel, President, Yeshiva University
Rabbi Kenneth Brander, Dean, Center for the Jewish Future
Rabbi Robert Shur, General Editor
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