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FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1991

I ON CAMPUS

U-M Hillel Foundation
Sets Events For Week

The Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, will sponsor the
following programs.
A Jewish Learning Center
Mini-Course — Passover
Seder Workshop will be 7-8:15
p.m. Mar. 4 at Hillel. This
mini-course will run for three
weeks. Learn about the sym-
bols of the holiday and how to
conduct a seder. There is a
charge. lb register, call the
Hillel office, 769-0500.
Dr. Eytan Gilboa, one of
Israel's experts on interna-
tional and Middle Eastern
politics will conduct a talk
titled, "A View from Israel:
The Persian Gulf," 7:30 p.m.
Mar. 6 at Hillel. Dr. Gilboa
designs and constructs many
simulations and strategic
games, including sophisti-
cated simulations of decision-
making, international ter-
rorism and the Arab-Israeli
conflict.
Tagar will hold its weekly
meeting at 8 p.m. Mar. 7 at
Hillel. Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry will meet 7 p.m.
Mar. 7.
VIA Hillel (Volunteers in
Action), Hillel's community
service organization, will
prepare and serve dinner to
the homeless Mar. 8 and Apr.
12. VIA will hold an event at
the Arbor Heights Center for
Juvenile Delinquents and
participate in the Interna-

tional Children's Festival on
Mar. 10. They will join the
Walk for Alzheimers on April
6. VIA will meet 6:30 p.m.
Mar. 6 and 20, Apr. 3, at
Hillel. For information, call
Naomi Berkove, 995-0830.
A Grads and Young Profes-
sionals Veggie Shabbat
Potluck will be 7:30 p.m. Mar.
8 at the Lawyers' Club
Lounge, Law Quad.
Laura Pershin, a profes-
sional storyteller, will share
stories based on her own
family and personal ex-
periences. She will discuss
why and how to collect anec-
dotes and tales from family
members and preserve fami-
ly folklore.
Moshe Waldoks: Beyond
Laughter Through 'Mars: The
Power of Jewish Humor will
be 2 p.m. Mar. 10 at Hillel.
Mr. Waldoks is co-author of
The Big Book of Jewish
Humor. This program will
consist of joke and storytell-
ing and try to answer one of
the great riddles of the second
half of the 20th Century: Why
is it that with Jews compris-
ing 2.7 percent of the
American population (and
dwindling), they comprise
close to 70 percent of the
American humor industry?
Tickets are available at
Hillel. This event is sponsored
by the Jewish Law Students
Union.

U-M Hillel Hosts
Holocaust Conference

The Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, will host the 12th
annual Conference on the
Holocaust Mar. 16-21. Lec-
tures, movies, theater perfor-
mances and discussion groups
will be held at Hillel address-
ing the history of and modern
reflections on the Holocaust.
The film, Image Before My
Eyes, will open the conference
8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Mar. 16.
This film gives a portrait of
Polish Jewish life from the
late 1800s to the late 1930s.
Talk to Us, the University of
Michigan's interactive
theater troupe will present
No Survivors 7:30 p.m. Mar.
18. This show explores the
nature of ongoing life in an
age of mass destruction — ac-
tual and anticipated. It in-
cludes both interactive scenes
and monologues drawn from
the testimonies of Holocaust
survivors.
A series of videos, called

Witness to the Holocaust, will
be shown 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Mar.
18. These videos tell the
history of the Holocaust and
include some personal testi-
monies of Holocaust survi-
vors. Also being shown is the
video "March of the Living,"
a PBS special that describes
the experience of 2,000 teen-
agers from all over the world
on their journey through the
remains of the concentration
camps in Poland during the
month of April in 1988.
At 7:30 p.m. Now After All
These Years will be shown,
followed by a discussion. This
film is the work of two young
German filmmakers. It is the
story of Rhina, a small Ger-
man village which for cen-
turies was known as "the
Jewish town" because more
than 60 percent of its popula-
tion was Jewish. When the
Nazis came to power, the en-
tire Jewish community
vanished, most of them into

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