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As a child, Yaacov Jacob spent his summers at his grandparent’s apartment in the Yemin Moshe neighborhood in Israel. Through a porthole on the first-floor, Jacob was able to see the vistas of Jerusalem’s Old City.
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On the morning of May 30, 2016, Lander College for Men (LCM) graduates celebrated their upcoming Commencement with family and friends at the awards ceremony and banquet for the class of 2016.
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Passion for your studies, confidence, yiras Hashem. Just a few of the things we hope you\'ve gained from your experiences at Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L\'Talmud and will take with you as you continue on in your careers and life. 
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Before they left these hallowed halls, the Class of 2014 sat down to offer the incoming students Fall 2014 a few words of advice. Welcome to Lander!
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There’s nothing that quite welcomes you home to LCM like an in-Shabbos—complete with Frisbee and football on Friday, and R’ Bamberger and R’ Mirsky during Shabbos itself. Working off that week-long matzah (and the more recent day’s SGO-sponsored pizza lunch!) with some sports erev Shabbos was a welcome transition to the daily grind of college. 
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The faculty and staff of Lander College for Men share some parting words, and advice, with the class of 2016. 
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Aaron Benia won the Lander College Stock Market Challenge. Again. This is not a recording. Benia, a psychology major, has now won three of the last four contests, this time coming out on top with a ridiculous 28 percent return on investments.
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This past Saturday night Lander men brought their hidden talents to light.
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Over the fall of 2005 and spring of 2006, LCM Political Science alum Ari Lustig interned in the office of then-New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Seven years later, he still culls inspiration from those whirlwind six months. “Not anything having to do with her politics,” he explains. “The one thing that always struck me was how Senator Clinton was always on top of her game. She always seemed to have an intense awareness of what was going on. Even though I worked in New York and she was primarily based in Washington, it was interesting to see—when she’d visit the New York office—how she had her finger on the pulse. I really admired that, and it’s something I think about a lot. I try to emulate that model.”
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As a recent graduate of Lander College for Men, I have studied Jewish history for many years. Of course, my studies have included comprehensive analysis on the Holocaust.