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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.
When visiting colleges her senior year in high school, Samantha Gursky sat in on one of Dr. David Luchins\' political science classes on her stop at Touro College. She wasn’t particularly interested in politics at the time, but she thought it was the most appealing class being offered during her visit.
On October 11, 2015, Dr. David Luchins, founding dean of Touro\'s Lander College for Women—the Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School (LCW), will receive the coveted Albert D. Chernin Award from the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) at its annual Jewish Community Town Hall meeting in Washington, D.C.
When a meal home delivery company in Brooklyn went out of business, it stiffed one customer more than three grand. Lucky for them, Seven on Your Side and the program’s intern Carla Loebenstein were on the case.