Featured Stories tagged with "LCM"

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Celebrating Tu b’Shvat in style, LCM brought in a popcorn machine, chocolate fountain and dried fruit, to be enjoyed along with Torah at Rabbi Bamberger’s Tu b’Shvat tisch last night.
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Daniel Wealcatch said that he was attracted to LCM because of the balance. “I liked how the school offers us both secular courses and Hebrew studies and the faculty supports us through both,” he said.
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For two months, Nachi Mostofsky worked as asset manager for the commercial division of Harbor Group Management Company, based out of his hometown of Norfolk, Virginia.
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LCM student Lee Schwartz, a native of Savannah, Georgia, spent his summer as an intern at EisnerAmper, one of the top twenty largest accounting firms in the country.
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Students at Lander College for Men (LCM) began their college career by learning how to balance fulfilling limudei kodesh classes with rigorous academics. Speakers during the orientation spoke both about the chiyuv of Talmud Torah and the need to plan for a successful career. Students said they chose LCM for the ability to pursue a college education in a warm yeshiva environment.
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Twenty-year-old Honors student Daniel Gabay nimbly climbs the stairs leading up to Queens County Criminal Court. A few steps away, two police officers escort a handcuffed red-shirted man, while what looks like a suited lawyer runs quickly up the stairs, talking on his cellphone.
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Lander College for Men student Ryan Libesman spent his summer in Baltimore as an intern at Ernst & Young, one of the top accounting firms in the country.
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“I was always fascinated by the brain,” begins Daniel Bentley, LCM ’14. “Every little new discovery leads to many more question.”
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At LCM, Israel Anteby was a go-getter. 
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Act as an ambassador of Torah to the rest of the world. Let the values you\'ve learned at LCM guide you throughout your life. Remember the power of making observations and asking good questions. The faculty and staff of Lander College for Men share their advice with the class of 2015. Congratulations, graduates!