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

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The Nepali children who gathered around Lander College for Men (LCM) student Eli Pollack as he tried to teach them to juggle might have noticed something different about him: his kippah.
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On March 5, the auditorium of the Lander College for Women—The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School was filled with the sounds of connections being made and careers being formed.
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Here are the three things you (probably) never knew about Judah the Maccabee and the story of Chanukah…
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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.)
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A student at Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Flatbush returned from a half-a-year stint at one of the leading science laboratories in Europe.
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EXT. EAST SIXTEENTH STREET – AFTERNOON
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New York, N.Y. – Whereas many college graduates are still struggling with their career plans in the months after commencement, Yosef Dov Gottlieb knew long ago that the legal field was his most logical landing spot. After all, he considers it an extension of one of his life-long passions: Talmud study.
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After her sister’s death from acute Leukemia, Nechama Silverstein felt herself drawn to science and medicine. After graduating from Prospect Park Bnos Leah High School, Silverstein wanted a rigorous academic program without having to compromise her religious identity. She chose Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) in Flatbush where she found a program that challenged her, professors that inspired her, and a path to a stellar professional career.
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At 30, Rachel Freier, a legal secretary in a venerable Manhattan firm, came to a stunning realization. “My brain,” she says, “was bored.”