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Featured Stories tagged with "lander College for Women"

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What does it mean to be a Jewish woman? This was the question pondered by Hanah Brasch in her speech to the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) during the Chair’s Dinner this past Sunday. As it does each year, Touro sponsored a session – this one focusing on energy – at the plenum. And, as traditional, a student is chosen to speak. This year the honor went to Hanah, a student and recipient of the Presidential Scholar award at Lander College for Women.  Her journey to Judaism and as a Jewish woman stresses the need to “bring hands together” among the women of her faith, as outlined in her speech:
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Flowers weren’t the only things blooming around the Lander College for Women campus this April – students were spouting beautiful lines of verse in honor of National Poetry Month. The celebration, which included the recital of Shakespearean sonnets in nearby Central Park, concluded with a Poetry Favorites Reading organized and led by English major and LCW student, Layah Schreiber.
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Major: EnglishClass of 2016
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A native of the Philippines, Raya Gilan isn’t your typical student in a small Jewish college in Manhattan. Then again, the more you hear her story the more you realize that almost nothing about her is typical. 
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High School: Yeshiva University Los Angeles (YULA) Seminary: Midreshet Tehillah Major: Biology 
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Major: Political ScienceClass of 2017
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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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Lander College for Women graduates enjoyed a special reception with parents, family and friends before donning caps and gown and walking over to Lincoln Center for the commencement ceremony. Dean Marian Stoltz-Loike wished the graduates well, hoping that in addition to all the details and knowledge they’ve gained, they will also take with them an abiding respect for others.
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One week after the semester ended in June, I received an e-mail from Bill de Blasio’s campaign for New York City mayor. “It’s going to be a very exciting campaign, and I am looking to recruit help in Queens,” it said. “A NYC Mayor’s race is bigger than a race for Governor in 36 states, and this is an open seat so it will be even tighter.” The election was less than two weeks ago, and everything I expected to gain from campaigning in the mayor’s race was surpassed by everything I accomplished.
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Major: BiologyClass of 2017