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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!
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How old are you? 32 Where do you live? Woodmere, New York Where do you work? Meridian Capital, located in Battery Park, which is the leading mortgage brokerage in the country.   I’ve been at Meridian for 10 years.
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On May 26th, LCM held a gala siyum to honor the thirty talmidim who completed the entire Maseches Kiddushin over the course of this past year. The night seder initiative, which began this past September, was spearheaded by Rabbi Dovid Mirsky and kollel member Ben Yachzel.  At the siyum, each honoree received a copy of R’ Sacks’ sefer, V’higita Bo Yomam Valayla, as a gift.
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Jason Appleson\'s path to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY) was anything but automatic. Born in Nashville, the 2008 Lander College for Men Finance grad moved to Cincinnati and then Chicago throughout his youth before finally arriving in NYC to attend Touro. All that transplantation to different territories, particularly as an Orthodox Jew, was “an interesting experience,” Appleson concedes. 
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The guys observed a Thanksgivukah Extravaganza to celebrate the one-time cultural phenomenon in the form of a feast celebrating both festive occasions. Representatives of four countries—the U.S., Israel, Canada and Belarus—enjoyed heaping portions of turkey, stuffing, roast beef and of course latkas. For some reason vegetables were served, too. After going around the table so everyone could say what they were thankful for, they lit candles and sang Chanukah songs. They would have sung Thanksgiving songs, too, if only anyone knew any. Miraculously, the leftovers lasted eight days (hat tip: Tzvi Norowitz!).
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Tzvi Norowitz lead the davening, but everyone else joined in. Kabbalas Shabbos was one to be remembered and the songs that filled the room led to dancing and more singing. The memory of that “lecha dodi” will stay with us for a long time to come.
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Lander College for Men welcomed their newest class to the school last month. During their week-long orientation, the new students learned about balancing their dual curriculum and what to expect from a school that places strong emphasis on learning Torah and pursuing a secular education. During a make-your-own-sushi dinner, we caught up with several students and spoke with them about their backgrounds and why they chose LCM.
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Take the one train down to Wall Street, tread carefully among the suited men and women rushing through the curvy, cobblestoned streets, and you’ll reach the bright, grassy Hanover Square, home to the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America. Upstairs in the cafeteria—which features stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge and ships dotting the piers of the East River—Arie Salamon, data architect intern in the Information Technology division of Guardian Life, explains his role.