By: The Commentator Editorial Board  | 

Our Sincere Thanks (Vol. 2, Issue 12)

It is with pleasure that we learned of the decision of the Usdan family to contribute a permanent working capital to the college loan fund. The Usdans are to be commended for displaying so great an interest in student activities, and for expressing this interest so concretely in such an important field of service. It was but proper that Council name the fund in their honor.

It should, however, be noted that the benefit of such action on the part of one family is not limited to the particular field which has been directly affected. Its true importance lies in the precedent it sets.

Yeshiva is still young. Student activities, especially, are but beginning to expand. The action of this one family should prove a stimulus to the families of other alumni, that they too may assist in the development of other phases of student life and student expression.

Our sincerest appreciation and thanks to the Usdan family for its continued interest in Yeshiva students.