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Almost 100 participants, representing more than a dozen schools, from New York and New Jersey arrived early Sunday morning, February 24, to Lander College for Women—The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) for one of the few, and possibly only, hackathons solely open to women.
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High School: Mesorah Seminary: Ateres Major: Management, with a concentration in Marketing
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High school: Shevach Seminary: Meohr Bais Yaakov Major: Biology
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Hometown: San Diego, CAHigh School: Torah High School
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To mark the end of their spring semester, students in Professor Susan DeCastro’s Drawing and Painting class at the Lander College for Women—Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) visited the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum last week.
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From what professors to take to your food order in the caf, the graduates of 2014 leave a few words of advice to the incoming class, as they head on out. 
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Most people think of the summer as a time to relax. Not these Lander College for Women (LCW) students. We spoke with five students at LCW who took advantage of their time off to pursue their hobbies and future careers. Whether it was working in hospitals in Thailand or an internship at Israel’s Consul General, these LCW students ensured that they made the most out of their vacation. 
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Ms. Esther Rosenfeld, a proud member of the Touro College staff and a Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW) alumna, gave a fascinating lunchtime lecture yesterday entitled “Capes & Courage: What it takes to be a Jewish Superhero.” Ms. Rosenfeld’s shared modern myths, timeless tales, and stories about the American Jews who created the superhero comics widely known and loved.
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New York, N.Y.– Perhaps the greatest indication that Yaffa Leah Pacht is destined for success is her refusal to give up.
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The evening began with a sneak preview of the LCW Drama Club’s upcoming fall 2015 production of Joseph Kesselring’s 1944 play “Arsenic and Old Lace,” performed by LCW student actresses Chaya Bernard, Chani Altman, Neeli Rhodes, and Yael Goldstein in costume. A dark comedy about two elderly spinster aunts who poison single men, “Arsenic and Old Lace" is directed by President of the Drama Club Chaya Bernard and will be performed in its entirety fall 2015.