YU Beit Midrash has courses in Jewish holidays and medicine/law
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YU Beit Midrash has courses in Jewish holidays and medicine/law

Rabbi Kenneth Brander, left, and Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman (Photos courtesy YU)
Rabbi Kenneth Brander, left, and Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman (Photos courtesy YU)

Yeshiva University’s Center for the Jewish Future will present a new semester of its Community Beit Midrash Program beginning February 10 with a six-week series of talks by faculty members, Rabbi Kenneth Brander, YU’s vice president for university and community life, and Rabbi Dr. Edward Reichman, professor of emergency medicine, education and bioethics at YU-affiliated Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The program is open to the community and runs for six consecutive Wednesdays on the Israel Henry Beren Campus, 215 Lexington Ave., New York City.

Rabbi Brander’s class is “Jewish Holidays: Exploring Kabbalistic, Philosophical and Halakhic Motifs,” and Rabbi Reichman’s class is “Past, Present and Future: The Evolving Relationship of Medicine and Halakha.”

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