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    “Psss What is the answer for number 4?”; almost every single time I took an exam as a Yeshiva University student I remember a subtle whisper enter my ear with intentions of getting an answer from me, proving that at least once which proves that at least one person in the class is currently cheating. So, I want to ask the simple question of why? What makes students particularly at yeshiva university try to scam the system and cheat? Why as a school that represents the Jewish philosophy which deliberately

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    Comparison The institution that will be reviewed is Yeshiva University. Yeshiva University is a private Jewish institution in New York City. The university is divided into three undergraduate colleges, two graduate professional school, an all-boys high school, an all-girls high school and a theological seminary (YU, 2017A). The 990 that was used was the most recent 990 from 2014 that is available to the public. Yeshiva University’s Revenue Yeshiva University has a diverse assortment of revenue types. Their

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    Yeshiva University is a private foundation that was established in 1886. It has an aggregate undergrad enlistment of 2,817, its setting is urban, and the grounds size is 300 sections of land. It uses a semester-based scholarly logbook. Yeshiva University's positioning in the 2016 version of Best Colleges is National Universities, 52. Its educational cost and expenses are $39,530 (2015-16). Yeshiva University is Jewish establishment in New York City. The college is separated into three undergrad

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    The overwhelming traits of Reuven So, what does a person think when he sees a Jew? Does he only look at his long curls or his weird hat? Does he wonder if he showers or not? Are they nice or just shrewd and prideful? Well Reuven from the book The Chosen by Chaim Potok, a Jew in the 1900’s, displays distinct characteristics that would surprise most people. For example, he stands for others when they need him, he even remains caring to those who have offended him. Reuven displays many characteristics

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    tales to Alexander Pushkin. In 1920 Reb Moshe accepted a job in Warsaw where he moved his family. While living at home Joseph began attending Free Polish University starting 1924, where he studied political science for three terms. He sought to broaden his university education, and leave Warsaw to avoid the army, so he enrolled in the University of Berlin. His time in Berlin would prove to have a big impact on him for the rest of his life, shaping his philosophies and giving him a broad education

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    In Chaim Potok’s The Chosen, Danny Saunders is a Hasidic Jew with an amazing mind, who lives with his tzaddik father, Rebbe Isaac Saunders, and all of his followers. Rebbe Saunders never speaks to Danny except when discussing Talmud in order to force Danny to be compassionate. Danny does not understand why his father does this, and is in constant torment because of it. In the neighborhood where he lives there is an expressed tension between the different sects of Judaism, of which Hasidism is thought

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    In the world today finding someone full of wisdom is rare. In the book The Chosen, Chaim Potok depicts four extremely wise men: Reb Saunders, David Malter, Reuven Malter, and Danny Saunders. The younger boys Reuven Malter and Danny Saunders, are the sons of Reb Saunders and David Malter. These men demonstrate knowledge in many areas of their lives, and all strive to improve, learn more about God, and understand the world around them. The fathers and their sons seek wisdom and knowledge through

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    The Chosen, a novel written by Chaim Potok, is filled with a variety of themes that are brought together through each individual chapter. Chapter 7 in the book had a major impact in bringing forth the novel’s theme. For instance, in this chapter, the narrator, Reuven, starts by establishing the basic plot. He states, “The next day, I met Danny’s father” (Potok 112). Having this plot established is key in the chapter for it is the day that could make or break their friendship in a matter of seconds

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    Reuven Friendship

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    (David Malter 277). But Reb Saunders wants a more religious republic focusing on the Torah. “If Reb Saunders even once heard of Danny being anywhere in my presence, he would remove him immediately from the college and send him to an out-of-town yeshiva for his rabbinic ordination.” (Reuven Malter 331). When the United Nations officially declares the creation of Israel as a Jewish State, Reb Saunders is relieved and allows Danny to revive his friendship with Reuven. Reuven and Danny resume their

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    I believe attending school at the University of Phoenix I will have more job opportunities, increased earning power, and learning opportunities, broaden my perspective, career preparation and most importantly achieving a lifelong dream of obtaining a college degree. I am a thirty three year old man and new student at The University of Phoenix; this is where all my goals start. The first goal is to attend a college that will allow

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