Featured Stories tagged with "LCM"

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About twenty guys gathered this past Sunday for the second annual North Jersey Alumni Brunch. Rabbi Sacks shared words of chizuk, Dr. Sokol spoke, and the guys gathered round Rabbi Shmulewitz to reminisce about the good ol\' days of not that long ago. With graduates from Lander\'s first class (2003) to the most recent, it was a great time to catch up and spend time with friends and mentors.   
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The group in Far Rockaway went to two homes and spent many hours dismantling cabinets so they could get to the drywall and then breaking up and schlepping the dry wall out.
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High School: Valley TorahIsrael: Yeshivat Ohr Yerushalayim
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meet, welcome, lcm
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The students agree. That’s why it’s with a heavy heart that everyone said goodbye and wished him well at the end of this year as he takes retirement.
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lcm, faculty, math
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About forty five students, faculty and administration attended the annual Lander College for Men (LCM) Freshman Orientation Hike at Fort Lee Historic Park by the George Washington Bridge.
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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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Do you really need more of a reason to build a fire and have a bbq? Maybe a little kumsitz?
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In his clinical psychology internship at Queens Hospital Center’s Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Department, Jacob (more commonly known as Moshe) Weinger worked with elementary school children who had challenging psychological issues. “Kids came with a range of disorders spanning ADHD to PTSD, but the common denominator among them was that they all had some type of learning or behavioral disorder…We had children who are on the autism spectrum and those who just needed a little help getting ahead in school.” Most of them, he adds, were from low-income homes in Queens. “Some had sustained repeated abuse and neglect, and at least one (if not more) lived in a homeless shelter,” he said. 
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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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This year’s student government elections were a no-nonsense, serious affair. Gone are the days of campaign speech promises that fall by the wayside as soon as you enter office. This year’s nominees vowed to make time for their constituents, listen to what they have to say and work hard on their behalf. Students responded with the highest voter turnout to date. And POTLCMSG* has almost as nice a ring as POTUS**.