Yale University Gets Jewish Stamp Of Approval

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    Yale University Seal: Hebrew Stamp of Approval Yale Alumni Magazine: The Yale Seal (March 2001) :clap2:
    Hebrew words mean light and perfection

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    Anyone know of any Ivy League universities, or any respected American universities, with Arabic in their seals? No, I didn't think so :badgrin:

    Slaves of allah are known more for decadence and failure than scholarship and success :bow3:

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    Is it true that US Universities are accepting and giving out more scholarships to Jewish students to increase their GPA and test averages?
     
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    Jewish and Asian.
     
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    I heard something in the news about that one year ago. That universities are beginning to accept more Jews to turn around the tide of bad grades and test scores.
     
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    Don't think so. Princeton University, for example, has had a kosher kitchen for many years.
     

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