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Aaron Yaghar attended Chaim Berlin before going to Israel to study at Mikdash Melech. “I chose LAS because I wanted to continue my learning and I wanted to be part of a Jewish establishment,” he said. Yaghar is currently a student at Yeshiva Yad Yosef in Brooklyn.
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Tzvi Scharf, of Brooklyn, said that LAS was recommended to him by a family member who had a positive experience at the college. Scharf intends to pursue a career as a nursing home administrator. “It’s a career where you can make a decent living but you’re not chained to your desk,” he said. “You’re helping people.”
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Isaac Kassin, of Brooklyn, spent five years in Mikdash Melech in Ramat Shlomo, Israel, after graduating high school. Eager to ensure his growth in learning continued, Kassin joined LAS and will be continuing his Jewish studies at Mikdash Melech’s Flatbush location.
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Each week in the Warsaw Ghetto, Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Shapira (1889-1943), known as the Aish Kodesh, delivered Divrei Torah to his followers and fellow citizens. Despite the mounting horrors, Rabbi Shapira urged his followers to remain steadfast in their faith and drew lessons of strength from the weekly Torah portion. Realizing that he might not survive, Rabbi Shapira gave the copies of his sermons to the Jewish historical society Oneg Shabbat, who buried it underground. Despite offers to spirit him out of the ghetto and later, a work camp, Rabbi Shapira refused and was killed with his followers in 1943.
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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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Yehoshua Bochner wears many hats: He’s a Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) alumnus. A Ph.D. candidate at Fielding Graduate University of Psychology. Adjunct professor at LAS. Husband. Father of five. Bobov Chasid (his shtreimel—a literal hat, that one!)
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After 46 years of uninterrupted service, Dr. Emil Kon, professor of chemistry at Lander College for Arts and Sciences in Flatbush and Lander College for Women—The Anne Ruth and Mark Hasten School in Manhattan and one of Touro’s founding faculty members— will finally be taking a sabbatical.
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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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We often take for granted that glass ceilings have been shattered and gender opportunities in America have been rendered equal. But truth be told, certain scientific fields remain disproportionately populated by men. Some of this can be explained by innate psychology itself, although it’s also partly attributable to stubborn institutional bias and stereotypes.
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Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) summa-cum-laude graduate Martin E. Friedlander, Esq., a prominent attorney who specializes in Family and Matrimonial Law, recently lectured at "The Jewish Community Confronts Violence and Abuse" conference at the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem in December 2014.