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Featured Stories tagged with "School for Men"

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Brooklyn-native Oriel Nemet decided to attend Lander College of Arts and Sciences after returning this past year from Yeshivat Kerem B’ Yavneh (KBY) in Israel.
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Living in contemporary society carries with it the burden of reconciling one’s inherited history and tradition with surging advances in how we communicate. It’s a modern, kinetic world with myriad of ancient beliefs and customs. That dichotomy can be a hard thing for a person of faith to balance in their daily life, and members of the Orthodox Jewish community are no exception. Gabriel Hoffnung, a graduate of Touro’s Lander School of Arts & Sciences’ psychology program (and current Yeshiva University Ferkauf student), believes that guidance from therapeutic counseling helps patients live a practical life, as well as one that’s spiritually fulfilling.
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Ruvi Amiash, majoring in finance and economics at Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Flatbush, always grew up singing. This past year, though, marked a particular milestone for him with the release of his hit debut single “Veseoreiv.”
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The Jewish community worldwide knows all about vigilance. But right in New Jersey, LAS alum and Bronx native Josh Pruzansky is serving as an emblem for that tireless community advocacy on a regional level. Ironically, the current NJ Regional Director of Public Policy for the Orthodox Union’s Institute for Public Affairs graduated with a B.S. in accounting, although his yen for public service slowly surpassed any desire to crunch numbers for a living.
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It can’t be easy entering the financial sector in 2012. Recent Lander College for Men/Lander College for Arts & Sciences alum Josh Mandelbaum graduated with a class who’d been hitting the books throughout our country’s longest economic recession in decades. Madoff, Lehman Brothers, Occupy Wall Street, the duration of President Obama’s first term—it happened while Mandelbaum plugged away at earning his Finance degree, all the while hoping his path on the other side would be clear.
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Sometimes, what goes around does come around—in the best sense of that expression. In 2009, Yosef Brown graduated from Lander College of Arts and Science with a BA in Political Science. His previous concentration had been marketing, and while attending a campus job fair, the St. Louis native-cum-Long Island resident landed an interview with his current employer, online-advertising firm Blue Cherry Group, where he’s a senior manager. So when the time came for Brown to be on the other side of that table at a Touro recruitment event earlier this year, he assisted in the hiring of a fellow TC alum. “I felt like I was sort of doing my due diligence by helping another Touro graduate get a job when Touro helped me do the same,” he explains. “That was an important experience.”
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Aryeh Grossman was always drawn to medicine and helping others, but when his grandmother passed away from cancer, he turned his focus toward a hopeful future in oncology. “That was one of the things,” Grossman says of his motivation to battle the disease, adding that in general, “You see it on a daily basis and hear about it, so it’s the field I’ll probably be interested in.”
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New York, N.Y. – You might think that there would be a playful rivalry between Avi Jacob and his brother, Moshe. After all, each of them was at the top of their respective classes at Touro’s Lander College of Arts & Sciences in Flatbush (LAS). But Avi thinks he’s got the upper hand: Moshe graduated with a 3.97 grade point average. Avi? A perfect 4.0.
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“Back when MySpace was still big,” muses Shalom Slavin, a 2012 graduate of the Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) in Flatbush, “I was the guy who would take the time to figure out how it works…I’ve always been geared toward computers,” he remembers. 
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As a future dentist, Yehuda Lehrfield, LAS ‘14, credits the “unique, individualized attention” the professors showered on him as one of the reasons he was able to do so well academically at LAS. Thanks to his stellar achievements, Lehrfield was accepted to the University of Maryland School of Dentistry—known as one of the most advanced dental schools in the world (and the first one, too.)