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Dear Supporters, Friends, and Parents,

I hope everyone is enjoying the holidays. American Friends wishes everyone Shana Tova U'metukah.


Please enjoy our October newsletter. As I scroll through the news, it is with great pride that we see articles on long-standing programs that I have had the honor of working with our donors. The Cramer, Zell, & Argov families have created initiatives at our University that produce an enriching educational experience and memories for our students.


I just recently arrived back in NY from a trip to San Diego with Jonathan Davis, VP of External Relations and head of the Raphael Recanati International School as well as Prof. Rafi Melnick, President of RU. We had the opportunity to meet many parents, alumni, academics, and friends. It was heartwarming to see so many people that hold Reichman University in such high regard.


Also, be sure to check out the first article below on the Zionist values that have built Reichman University. We can thank our Founder, Uriel Reichman for forming the first private non-profit University in Israel and it only could have been done with the Zionist foundation that we hold on to tightly.


Lastly, the 2022-23 academic year starts in a few weeks, and we are looking forward to welcoming a new class of students! More great news is coming soon.


Warmest Wishes,

Leslie Skyba Executive Director American Friends of Reichman University


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Dear Friends, Supporters, and Parents, I hope this finds you well and having a good summer. Please enjoy our August newsletter below. Best wishes,

Leslie Skyba


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March 2022 Newsletter


Dear Friends, Supporters, Parents, and Alumni, Please enjoy our March Newsletter. Most importantly, I would like to thank many of our American Friends of IDC Board members and supporters for contributing to the emergency Ukrainian scholarship campaign. We are very proud that so many stepped up to the plate to allow us to assist our current Ukrainian students as well as enable us to accept transfer and new students to Reichman University. Welcoming these young people to the Reichman University (RU) family is part of our Zionist mission and embodies the philosophy that our University was founded on. We were thrilled to be able to host a US Alumni Family Purim Party here in New York City. It was great to see all of the smiling faces of new and old friends and celebrate the Purim holiday all together. We were eager to come together after so long and it was much needed to regather and connect. Please see pictures below. If you are heading to Israel for Pesach, be sure to stop by campus. There is so much to see and we would love to host you for a tour. Our office would be happy to assist you in coordinating a visit should your schedule permit. Warmest Wishes and wishing you all a Happy Spring!


Leslie Skyba Executive Director American Friends of Reichman University


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