The study of the Torah in the Yeshiva happens in two circles:
in the personal circle of each student in which he progresses according to his investment and aspirations,
and the Yeshiva circle, in which the Yeshiva serves as an advanced framework in which students help one another by creating a suitable atmosphere and learning in chavruta.
Having a Chavruta with a younger student helps him progress and enter the world of learning.
The Yeshiva students invest their energy in order to maximize their time and to study and learn Torah.
This days and nights' efforts, yield fruits.
The students get to finish Tractates once in a while. And to write Torah articles.
The finishing of a personal Masechet is always celebrated with the rest of the Yeshiva students.
The personal celebration becomes a Yeshiva celebration.
In the picture, the Chavruta of a Shiur Vav with a Shiur Bet student concludes this week's Masechet.