Featured Stories tagged with "lcm"

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New York, N.Y. – June 18, 2015 - With two young children at home and another on the way, Moshe Alpert already knows a bit about fatherhood. But, of course, it is one thing to co-parent a busy family, and quite another to do it while attending college full time.   
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High School: Ida Crown Yeshiva: Shaarei Mevaseret Major: Psychology Future Career: Chinuch. "I chose chinuch because of the pivotal role my rebbeim have played in my life. They made such an impact on me and gave so much of themselves to me, that I feel as if I have an obligation to share it and pass it along."
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A little advice from those who have just graduated from Lander College for Men. Some things they learned along the way and a warm welcome to the family.
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Rabbi Sacks spoke about how Rabbi Berzon is a living example of someone who loves to learn and who is relentless in his pursuit of knowledge of Torah, spending day and all night in the beis medrash. A real role model for the guys, it’s a bittersweet tzeitchem l’shalom.
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During his internship at Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Department of Radiation Oncology, Simon Dadoun was involved in clinical research for prostrate cancer. 
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When Tzvi Cohen’s rebbeim in Yeshiva Sha’arei Mevaseret Zion recommended he attend Lander College for Men, Cohen began doing research. “I do a lot of research before I make any decisions,” said Cohen, who is from West Hempstead, NY.
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Few students have the cosmopolitan background of LCM’s Yaacov Bergman. Yaacov was born in Israel and spent three years in Cape Town when his father became a rabbi of a South African shul. “It was amazing,” he recalled. “I could see the ocean from my window.”
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Lander College for Men student Nathan Fordsham has seen a part of the underbelly of the New York State Criminal Court System that few of his peers even know exist.
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Pushing an empty cart, Moshe Bedziner walks expertly to a doorway, his footsteps squeaking on the rubber floors of SUNY Downstate’s Basic Science building. He punches in a code, takes a blue face mask and gloves, and twists the doorknob. Inside are hundreds of rats in cylindrical cages, each labeled with a different Principal Investigator’s name. Moshe finds his rats and carefully lifts the cages into his cart.