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The month of Purim is most known for the phrase משנכנס אדר מרבין בשמחה (Mishenichnas Adar marbin b’simcha!) and Rabbi Cohen spoke about our seemingly elusive search for happiness. We live in a country, in an age, where everyone is looking for happiness and yet they can’t seem to find it. Rabbi Cohen said that happiness comes from feeling validated, from feeling that you are on the right track and doing the right thing. As Jews, through the Torah – our guide – we can reach happiness. Chodesh Tov! (and Sameach!)
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Students climbed out of their holes, clawed their way out of the library and saw the light of day (or evening) as they gathered for Rabbi Bamberger’s tisch to sigh with relief at the end of finals and look forward to a little vacation (and talk a little Torah).
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High School: JECIsrael: Sha’arei Mevaseret Zion
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High School: Yeshiva of AtlantaIsrael: Reishit
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For college students, internships are valued opportunities that provide learning experience and hands-on training in chosen professions. This summer, dozens of LCM students took advantage of their free time to participate in major-related internships that gave them a taste of their future careers. Here are some of their stories. 
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Now that orientation week is over and students are settling into classes at Lander College for Men, we asked six new students to share a bit about their backgrounds, career plans, and decisions to choose Touro. Take a few seconds to meet Abie, Eli, Akiva, Jordan, Binyamin, and Baruch, and you\'ll see why they represent everything that\'s uniquely LCM.
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The latest in Lander fashion-ware. And it keeps you warm. This year’s chanukah present to LCM students is…. earmuffs! can be worn with any kippah – velvet, suede or knit, black hat or baseball cap. (And for extra points – can you guess the model sporting this latest fashion accessory?)
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The devil himself, cowboys, Spiderman and others joined as well. As you can see, there were smiles all around.
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