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January 26, 1990 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-26

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ON CAMPUS I

Students Host
Israel Week

The Jewish Students
Organization/Hillel at Oak-
land University will hold "A
Peek at Israel Week," Jan. 29-
Feb. 1 in Oakland Center.
The first presentation, noon
Jan. 29, will be a slide show
and talk on "The Israeli Art
Psyche," with local artist-
photographer-lecturer Dean-
na Mirsky Sperka. At noon
Jan. 30, in the Fireside
Lounge, Ahuva Newman,
formerly of Haifa, will pre-
sent "A Taste of Israel," a food
demonstration. Also there
will be a showing of "Rehov
Sumsum," the Israeli version
of "Sesame Street."
On Jan. 31, at noon in Gold
Room C, Yefet Ozery will
speak about "The Salad
Bowl," a talk on ethnic
Jewish groups in Israel.
On Feb. 1 at noon in the
Fireside Lounge Dr. Donald
Morse will speak on "Kiwi
Fruit, Swimming Pools and
Thinking," a discussion of
work being done by Dr.
Reuven Feuerstein, Israeli
psychologist, on the teaching
of intelligence.

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ture by Israel Consul for In-
formation, Benny Dagan, at
2 p.m. Jan. 28 at Western
Michigan University.
Dagan will speak on
Israel's moves toward Middle
East peace in a speech entitl-
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Peace."
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this past week.
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ported by all of the campus'
fraternities, which have ap-
proximately 2,500 members.
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from Birmingham said his
fraternity has had Dry Rush
since 1986. Ross Levitsky, a
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and a member of AEPi, said,
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