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About twenty LCM alumni currently living in Israel recently gathered for their fifth annual reunion to catch up with their former classmates, greet Rabbi Shmulewitz and enjoy some Italian dishes. 
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Close to 40 alumni attended the dinner at the Entrecote Restaurant in Jerusalem on November 7. Among them was, John Zahtz, who enrolled in LCM’s very first class, and who was introduced to his wife by Rabbi Shmulewitz. John just made aliyah a few months ago with his wife and three kids and he made a siyum on all of shas at the Entrecote dinner. It’s always heartening/gratifying to catch up with LCM graduates and, see how they’re doing and what they’re up to. Come visit!
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Lander College for Men (LCM) graduate Dr. Baruch Berzon knows how important each second can be.
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Last week, approximately 120 yeshiva students currently learning in Israel shuttled to Ulamei Zvhil hall in Yerushalayim for a melave malka that gave them a glimpse of what LCM, and their future classmates, are all about. Organized by LCM’s Israeli representative Rabbi Lavey Freedman, the catered event was open to those who are, or might be, interested in attending LCM next year. Attendees of the event were currently learning at K.B.Y., Shaalvim, Netiv Aryeh, Yishrei Lev, Yeshivat Shaarei Mevaseret Zion and Derech Ohr Sameach, among other yeshivot. 
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About 30 Lander alumni gathered at the Rodriguez Steakhouse in Jerusalem last week for the 4th annual LCM Alumni Reunion in Israel. Former students from all over the country enjoyed a night of catching up with friends, seeing rebbeim, hearing divrei Torah and, well, steak. The alumni in attendance spanned the history of Lander, with some representatives of the first and second classes, and others who graduated in June.
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The first thing every prospective LCM student ought to know is that he will receive a top-notch education. But as 75 students who came to the recent melave malkah in Israel learned, they can also expect Torah, chevra, ruach and a whole lot of food.