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Twenty-year-old Honors student Daniel Gabay nimbly climbs the stairs leading up to Queens County Criminal Court. A few steps away, two police officers escort a handcuffed red-shirted man, while what looks like a suited lawyer runs quickly up the stairs, talking on his cellphone.
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Daniel Wealcatch said that he was attracted to LCM because of the balance. “I liked how the school offers us both secular courses and Hebrew studies and the faculty supports us through both,” he said.
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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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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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At LCM, Manheim studied abstract mathematics and financial modeling, earning his B.S. in Mathematics. 
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Shabbos morning, LCM students read about stamping out Amalek’s name. Motzai Shabbos, they were stamping out sticky rice with Sushi Tokyo’s chef—and the help of bamboo mats. 
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On Monday afternoon, under the skilled care of Michael Davidson’s spatula and tongs, Lander students enjoyed a welcome back barbecue before heading off to class. A lot of meat was consumed, frisbees and baseballs flew as a few games got under way, and the new post-pesach guys mingled and met the returning students as everyone got into the rhythm of the Lander campus.
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New York, N.Y.– Norway. Sweden. Denmark. Estonia. Russia. Amsterdam. Finland. Germany. Poland. Hungary. Italy. England. Hong Kong. Thailand. Australia. New Zealand. South Africa. Peru. Alaska. Hawaii. Dominican Republic. Mexico. Vancouver.
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Finance major Eric Gorlechen, LCM ’16, was at his high school alumni shabbaton when he met Ephraim Kutner, CEO of a Long-Island based commercial real estate financing firm.