Yeshiva University High School For Girls - Elchanet Yearbook (New York, NY)

 - Class of 1962

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Page 8 text:

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YeT, wiTh each new generaTion There arise new challenges To TesT man's ingenuiTy and moral sTrengTh. The challenges oT The space age, nuclear weapons, and Technology are characTerisTic oT a new era unknown To mankind one hundred years ago: and The way we meeT and conquer These challenges Today will inTluence The TuTure oT Tomorrow. Aurora, The rosy-hued Dawn, signiTies The end oT darkness and The beginning oT a new day-a new liTe. This renewal oT lighT each day is The promise oT Dawn and causes "hope To spring eTernal in The human breasT." lT is This hope, This TaiTh, This giTT oT Dawn-G-d's creaTion-ThaT is man's salvaTion. ThaT and man's indomiTable will To survive are why humaniTy exisTs Today, despiTe The obsTacles and sTruggles ThaT seek To vanquish iT. WhaT is True oT all mankind is, perhaps, even more True oT The Jew. l-le has had To sTruggle againsT The inTolerance oT man and The persecuTion oT naTions. l-le has wiTnessed The enslavemenT, The exile, and The genocide oT his people: buT, because oT his deep and imperishable belieT in G-d and l-lis Torah, he has emerged TriumphanT, wiTh digniTy and greaTness. Judaism, Too, embraces The concepTs oT birTh and eTerniTy. WiTh each generaTion our ancienT religion is imbued wiTh new liTe-in a sense, given a new Dawn. YeT, The original spiriT and meaning oT Judaism remains To guide us Through TuTure decades. Love oT G-d and man is The heriTage oT The Jewish people. lT is a heriTage ThaT we The graduaTes oT T962 are proud To bear ai we ioin our people and all mankind in The endless sTruggles o Li e. FELICE l-IAMADA



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Dear Graduates: from the administration . Dear Graduates: I am pleased to extend my warmest greetings to the first graduating class of the Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan. Yours will always be the rare distinction of being the pioneers that will serve as an inspiration for all future students. The progress youlhave shown, both intellectually and spiritually, is a tribute to your abilit . ll hope that in your future endeavors you will continue to be a source of pride and inspiration to your families and that the ideals you received at the High School for Girls will enable you to fulfill your noble roles as "mothers in Israel" and sources of leadership in the jewish community. SAMUEL BELKIN Pre.ridem', Yerbiwz Ufzizfersity au.... 5. l gs , U A i Y 1 On this joyous occasion in your lives, when you have reached an important mile- stone in your preparation for the fullness of the days to come, I am happy to greet you and to wish you well. You have completed successfully the course of studies prescribed in the English and Hebrew departments in our High School-some with distinction- all with credit to yourselves, your parents, and to our great institution, During the most formative years of your lives, you have actively participated in the harmonious blending and fusion of jewish lore and secular learning. Whether you choose as your life's work some phase of human knowledge and dedicate yourselves to study and teaching, or give your energies to the fields of daily human needs, or devote yourselves to the realm of the spirit, remember the philosophy and the way of life that you have been taught here. Although the problems that you, as Jews, must face in this confused world are not always clear, you must, each and all of you, cling to those elements of our cultural past that have made us great as a people. You, graduates of Yeshiva University High School for Girls qhlanhattanl have had an education different from that of the rest of the jewish youth in this country. You have had an opportunity to learn the value and significance of intense Jewish study, and to gain a deeper insight into a truer understanding of the jewish consciousness and soul. With this great common bond, you are strengthened to withstand the material influences of the time, and are less prone to fall prey to the disintegrating forces which are threatening to sweep away everything that is dear and precious in life. Strengthen that bondg unite, assert yourselves and your infiuence in the lives of our youth. so that by your example you may prove that these years in Yeshiva University High School have not been in vain, and that the instruction and the inspiration you receive here shall be a blessing to you and to those who are to be influenced by you. Sl-IELLEY R. SAPHIRE D.irt'rf0r, Yeylvirzz Uziircrfity High School! 7

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