Featured Stories tagged with "lander college of arts and sciences"

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Budding artists at Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) in Flatbush had a chance to display their artwork during the school’s second art exhibition on May 24. The exhibition will be open to the public Sundays in June and on two Sundays in July.
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A Ba’alat Teshuva graduate of Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) in Flatbush will be spending next year as a kiruv educator.
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Flatbush-born Michael Leitner attended Torah Temima and then the school’s beis meidrash program before joining the LAS family.
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“When I draw I discover new things about myself,” said LAS student Sara Zimmerman.
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The first female Hasidic judge in the state of New York is a proud graduate of Lander College of Arts and Sciences. 
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Thirty-nine students from the Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Flatbush (both the men’s and women’s division), Lander College for Men in Queens, Lander College for Women in Manhattan, and the School for Lifelong Education in Borough Park were welcomed into the prestigious Psi Chi Honor Society on June 12.
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As summer changed to fall, a new coterie of male students at Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) in Flatbush began their academic journey. During class registration in September, students spoke excitedly about the classes they were enrolling in and the careers they were considering. Many spoke of how they looked forward to being challenged and growing as individuals through their college experiences. We spoke with five of the new students whose charisma and ambition made them stand out.
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This month, we chat with dean of Touro’s Lander College of Arts & Sciences about his previous career as a ski instructor, his passion for martial arts and history and his joy at working with Touro students. 
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You might think that people would have reservations about relying on students to prepare their tax returns. If they do, they seem to get over it pretty quickly.
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Elisheva Schwartz had two projects on display at the art fair. One was a copy of a painting of Monet’s Woman with a Parasol; the second painting, a man praying at the Kotel, surrounded by a bevy of colors painted with a palette knife, was her own design.