Featured Stories tagged with "lcm"

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Contrary to other countries in Europe, the Jewish community in Austria is steadily growing—“not fast,” qualifies soft-spoken Vienna native David Borochov, “taking its time, but growing.”
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There are only ten shomer-shabbos families in Bulgaria, and Shmuel Yudelzon’s family is one of them. (“Three of the other families,” he adds with a smile, “are kiruv rabbis from outside of Bulgaria.”) 
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The first thing that struck LCM senior Michael Sher, when he moved to Canada, was the absence of concrete walls and electric fences around residential homes.
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“Touro College is proud and honored to welcome Rabbi Sacks to Lander College for Men/Beis Medrash L’Talmud,” said Dr. Kadish. “A world class talmid chacham  and manhig b’Yisrael, Rabbi Sacks will add immeasurably to the already stellar rabbinic faculty of Lander College for Men. I have every confidence that his leadership and vision will meaningfully impact future generations with his skillful oversight, knowledge and erudition.”
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This past Shabbos, Lander students started their in-shabbos with Friday afternoon bowling. The winner received a 50 dollar prize, and the best lane, a pizza party.
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By: Dr. Moshe Sokol, Dean When Lander College for Men started 11 years ago it was easy to know every student who passed through our doors. As the college and class size has grown, and continues to grow, it gets harder and harder to know each individual student as well as I would like. But the connections and personal attention that are part of the college’s origins remain important to me, and so I started inviting small groups of students to my office for talks over coffee, tea and pastries.
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To quote one of the students, "the best part is Dean Ratner.” Danny might disagree, but stick around until around 2:30 minutes into the video and see what he\'s talking about. 
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When he landed in America for the first time, London-born Benny Sheinfeld’s first culture shock was that “everyone had such thick American accents,” he laughs.