Alumni in Israel meet for a Siyum on Shas

November 12, 2012

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!

A Chaburah Shabbos

November 04, 2012

This past Shabbos, Lander students started their in-shabbos with Friday afternoon bowling. The winner received a 50 dollar prize, and the best lane, a pizza party.

Extreme Bingo. Sweet.

October 21, 2012

Last night LCM student enjoyed “extreme bingo” and it was really sweet. Played with candy instead of bingo chips, it was truly a challenge to not eat the markers and make it to Bingo.

For those that held out, there were tons of prizes, including nerf guns, clothing, and of course, candy. For those that couldn’t, there was still great food – pizza, sushi, and the candy bingo markers.

Rabbi Bronspigel Delivers Shiur Klali

October 15, 2012

Seventy-five talmidim crowded the beis medrash to give honor to the former Rosh HaYeshiva and listen to Rabbi Bronspigel’s words of Torah and sagely advice.

Rabbi Sacks Investiture

September 13, 2012

Watch the evening’s events and listen to Rabbi Sacks’ teshuva drasha.


Grilling Pizza

September 10, 2012

And what better way to end it than with a gift of LCM earbuds for each student (the better to review Rabbi Sacks’ recorded shiurim and be prepared) and grilling. Really, no Lander event would be complete without a bbq or pizza. But this time SGO surpassed themselves, combining the two with meat pizzas on the grill. Does life get any better than that?

Freshman Hike 2012

August 27, 2012

About forty five students, faculty and administration attended the annual Lander College for Men (LCM) Freshman Orientation Hike at Fort Lee Historic Park by the George Washington Bridge.


August 22, 2012

With that event in addition to a week’s worth of lectures and labs now behind us, I think our transition from college to medical school is now complete. The lectures are fast-moving and densely packed with new and insightful information but we all feel that we were prepared well for this moment.

It’s All in the Family at Lander College for Men

May 31, 2012

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.