Aside from his duties as Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Moshe, as he is affectionately known, says the third year shiur. His shiur is seen as something of a status symbol, as bochurim must earn the right to enter by showing diligence in their learning in the previous year. Those who have been on the receiving end of his teaching rave about the way he opens their mind and takes them to the next level after the first two years. His lightening quick grasp and energized delivery leave the boys almost literally shaking their heads in wonder, and has been a significant factor in the decision of many to pursue their Torah learning further. The bochurim also see Rav Moshe as someone to whom to turn when faced with any sort of dilemma, and they flock to him for his insights and advice.