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High School: Talmudic Institute of Upstate New York
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High School: Yeshiva Schools and Lubavitch Center of PittsburghPost-High School: Yeshivas Lubavitch of Toronto
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Students at the Lander College for Men (LCM)-Beis Medrash L’Talmud in Queens and the Lander College for Women-The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) in Manhattan welcomed Rabbi David Lau, Shlita, Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, who visited both campuses on Tuesday.
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Milgraum, a resident of Edison, New Jersey, is the youngest of seven children. Of the six boys, four attended Lander College for Men. “The Lander program has just what we were looking for: a solid college education that’s a pathway to a great future, and a Torah environment, as well,” Micha said.
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Close to 40 alumni attended the dinner at the Entrecote Restaurant in Jerusalem on November 7. Among them was, John Zahtz, who enrolled in LCM’s very first class, and who was introduced to his wife by Rabbi Shmulewitz. John just made aliyah a few months ago with his wife and three kids and he made a siyum on all of shas at the Entrecote dinner. It’s always heartening/gratifying to catch up with LCM graduates and, see how they’re doing and what they’re up to. Come visit!
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High School: Mesivta Ateres YaakovIsrael: Yeshiva Nesivos Aharon
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High School: Yeshivas Ner YisroelIsrael: Yeshivas Toras Moshe
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All it took was a little magic to rev us up for the Spring semester after winter break disappeared. The Amazing Alex Mehl was up to the task and, as the saying goes, we could not believe our eyes. Among the highlights:
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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**.
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Listen to the Shiur on Metzizah BiPeh
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