More than 600 students from Yeshiva University’s undergraduate schools were awarded degrees at YU’s 83rd Commencement exercises, held on Thursday.
Nine received the distinction of valedictorian, an honor that reflects exceptional academic achievement. As these new graduates begin the next stage of life and apply their talents to pursue a range of careers, they remembered the vibrant Jewish life and rich academic and extracurricular experiences that shaped their undergraduate years at YU.
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