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February 2013- YU Students hold College Fair for Over 250 Students from Local Public Schools through College Edge club

December 2012- Mr. Bill Thompson, Former NYC Comptroller, visits YU Campus and meets with President Joel and Senior Leadership

November 2012- Public Advocate Bill De Blasio Meets with President Joel, Tours Yeshiva Campus

April 2012- Rabbi Josh Joseph, Vice President and Chief of Staff of Yeshiva University, delivers invocation at New York State Assembly and Senate

March 2012- YU Student-run College Edge program hosts over 250 local high school students for college guidance and College Fair

February 2012- Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer visits Wilf Campus

December 2011- YU students meet with State Senator Adriano Espaillat to discuss community initiatives

December 2011- YU students continue to impact the Washington Heights community with the help of a city grant

November 2011- President Joel and Government Relations Team meets with Senator Jeffrey Klein

May 2011- President Joel and Maccabeats Attend White House Reception for Jewish American Heritage Month  

May 2011-Senator Dean G. Skelos, Majority Leader of the New York State Senate, recently visited Yeshiva University -- meeting with YU President Richard M. Joel and his government relations team. Senator Skelos also toured the University's Washington Heights Wilf Campus and met with students and faculty.

"I thank President Joel for the invitation to visit Yeshiva University and for sharing with me some of the serious challenges and opportunities the University is currently working through," said Senator Skelos. "I am pleased to offer my continuing support to help advance the mission and goals that have made YU a nationally recognized institution of higher learning here in New York State." President Joel said he was "extremely enthused by the productive interaction with Senator Skelos" and looked forward "to growing the partnership between Yeshiva University and the state government of New York."