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Lander College of Arts & Sciences (LAS) Business Management student Hayim Feuer was barely out of high school when he began assisting with political campaigns. In 2008, conservative Washington State gubernatorial hopeful Dino Rossi launched his candidacy at the same juncture that Feuer was volunteering with a couple friends for the King Country Republican Party. The two causes naturally overlapped, and before long, Feuer was offering Rossi “whatever he needed help with, whether it was mailers, talking to people or organizing an event.”
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One of the foremost questions college applicants ask themselves is, “Where is my education going to lead 10 years down the line?” The answer, of course, is largely up to the student and how much effort they put in during and after academia. But if 2002 Lander Arts and Sciences (LAS) grad and Psychology major Dr. Steven Zimmerman is looked to as an example, the ceiling is sky-high.
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These days…I just finished a research internship at the Supreme Court of New York State, where I audited guardianship annual reports, administered group lectures in Judaic criminal penalties, and helped facilitate a smooth running of the judge’s chambers.
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LAS students come from all over the world to study at an institution where their religious values are in harmony with the successful pursuit of their academic aspirations. And these five young women—hailing from Florida, Chicago, Flatbush, South America, and Crown Heights—are no different. Studying marketing, forensics, occupational therapy, biology, and psychology, Tarynn, Sarah, Nechama, Sara, and Rochi share a bit about their backgrounds, career plans, favorite classes, and more.  
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When her AP teacher told her about forensic psychology, Sarah was hooked. After graduation, she’s taking a year off (“not everything can be learned in a classroom,” she says) to work as a paralegal and get her feet wet in the law industry. Then she’ll be off either to law school, where she plans on specializing in mental health, or to graduate school for psychology, where she’ll specialize in forensics. 
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"I came to New York for Touro," Sheinbein explained.
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Hometown: Lakewood, NJHigh School: Bnos Yaakov of LakewoodSeminary: Machon Bnos Yehuda [BYA]
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This is the first semester for Aaron Sauber. He plans on becoming an architect.
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To paraphrase a well-worn cliché, there’s more than one way to test a scientific hypothesis. Researchers can spend endless hours in what Columbia University Clinical Psychiatry Assistant Professor Dvora Sanders refers to as “wet lab” experiments. Or, in laymen’s terms, the scenario most of us picture when thinking about clinical trials: people in white coats implementing fancy equipment and conducting a trial-and-error process with myriad variables. Conversely, there’s Sanders’ preferred execution of data analysis, which she describes as a more “straightforward” way to arrive at hopefully similar conclusions.
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Hometown: Monsey, NYHigh School: Breuer in MonseySeminary: Ateres Bnos Yerushalayim