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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.
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Headquartered in Teaneck, New Jersey, Phibro Animal Health Corporation is nestled in a large, airy plaza right next door to the Mariott at Glenpointe.  Flora and fauna surround the first level complex, and in the background is the soothing sound of waterfalls hitting rock. A global animal health and mineral nutrition company, Phibro’s annual net sales exceed $650 million, and its 1,100 employees manufacture and market Phibro’s products to approximately 3,000 customers around the world.
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Every day, for audit manager and Lander College for Men graduate Eli Sinnreich, is a day that he can make a Kiddush Hashem. 
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Dr. Yitzchak Goldstein is a graduate of Lander College for Men and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and currently a third-year pathology resident at Montefiore Medical Center. Einstein\'s pathology department recently featured his research in their Department of Pathology Newsletter. Using a software called Clinical Looking Glass (CLG), a proprietary analytics software program developed by researchers and clinicians at Montefiore Medical Center, Dr. Goldstein can track  thousands of patients who had a lab test performed, following them over time to see if, and when, they develop a clot. Reprinted with permission. 
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This week’s in Shabbos with Rav Shmulewitz was highlighted by the annual cholent cook-off and the first-ever bake-off. Eleven cholents—some sweet, some spicy and some just really fatty—and 16 desserts were entered into the competition. As with the popular and electoral votes that don\'t always match up, defending champion Avrumi Weiser won the people\'s vote for top cholent and walked away with the "Golden Crockpot," but Rav Shmulewitz, the discerning but fair judge, declared a tie between Weiser and Clarence Wilcox, for which they split the $100 Visa gift card.
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It was all part of LCM’s first scavenger hunt. Some of the notable items on the scavenger list? Planking, singing acapella style on Main St., persistently asking someone for directions to the place where you are located, convincing a non-Jew to attend LCM, getting handcuffed by the cops.
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The Music Vs. hit the high notes at the Margeret Teitz Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Jamaica, Queens, to bring the holiday spirit to its young-at-heart residents. They sang favorite Chanukah and holiday songs for Jewish and non-Jewish patients, putting smiles on the faces of all around. Singin’ and schmoozin’, the eight Lander College and Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim men had a fantastic time at the first-ever Music Vs. event.
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At LCM, Manheim studied abstract mathematics and financial modeling, earning his B.S. in Mathematics.