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After interning at PR firm Michael Rogers in Manhattan, where one of her clients included innovative cleansing product WineWipes, Tarynn is now a project manager for Clive-NY, a branding agency for small to midsized companies (such as new gourmet supermarket Breadberry in Boro Park.) Her responsibilities cover everything from researching, copywriting, creating mood boards, organizing photoshoots, and coordinating launch parties.
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This is the last year at LAS for Abraham Giteles.
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Hometown: Brooklyn, NYHigh School: Yeshiva of BrooklynSeminary: Seminar
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Sruli Braun is a member of the Ger Chasidic sect. He decided to attend LAS because his two sisters are accomplished Touro graduates.
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Hometown: Crown Heights, NYHigh School: Bais RivkahSeminary: Bais Chana
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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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On September 1, students at the women’s division of Touro’s Lander College of Arts and Sciences (LAS) in Flatbush registered for classes for the upcoming semester. Students met with faculty members and advisors who helped them decide what classes and majors would be the best fit for them.
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On August 31, students in the men\'s division of Touro\'s Lander College of Arts and Sciences gathered at the Flatbush campus to register for courses. Some students, like Gabriel Kaye, 24, of Edison, NJ, were signing up for their final classes before their graduation. Others, like Joshua Sheinbein, 21, of Toronto, were just beginning their academic journey.