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Mel Alexenberg

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Mel Alexenberg is professor emeritus of art and Jewish thought at Ariel University, former professor at Columbia, Bar Ilan, Emuna College, and the Pratt Institute, and research fellow at MIT. His artwork is collected by more than 40 museums worldwide, including MOMA in New York, the Jewish Museum of Prague, and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. He is author of three books: Through a Bible Lens, The Future of Art in a Post-Digital Age, and Dialogical Art in a Digital World.
When the Rebbe told Mel Alexenberg to contribute to the town of Yerucham by opening a college. The Rebbe said that making it a “college town” would ensure that people actually move there instread of running away.
The Rebbe said, "Build a college in Yeroham. It would transform the image of Yeroham as a town that people longed to leave to a place where people from across Israel and abroad would come to live and learn."
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