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August 28, 1992 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-28

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"HINNAY MA TOV..."

C7Cit the Birmingham Temple School of Jewish Culture,
students study modern Hebrew, Jewish history, holidays,
philosophy and ethical values. Together they share Bar and
Bat Mitzvas, Confirmation and graduation.

religious activities. They have
an active Jewish sorority and
fraternity life.
Student Perspective: Mamie
Greenberg, 18, West
Bloomfield, "There are a lot of
Jews at the school. I rushed a
sorority and that's how I met a
lot of Jewish people. There
are also certain bars the
Jewish crowd hangs out at."

UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY

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Berkeley, Calif
General population: 30,000
Jewish population: 5,000
Kosher food: Hillel offers
Shabbat and holiday meals
and a full Passover meal plan
Religious Services: Friday
evening, Shabbat and holiday
services; Reform services are
held several times a month;
an Orthodox minyan is offered
when needed
Contact: Hillel (510) 845-7793
or (915) 765-6076
Comments: The Jewish
community is as diverse as the
regular population. Jewish
groups include an Israeli
Action Committee, a
progressive Zionist group and
Jews for Justice. There is an
outreach to gay, lesbian and
bisexual Jewish students.
Hillel has a new center, which
has become a hub for
activities.
Student Perspective: Jordan
Kahn, 20, New York, "Jewish
life is pretty close to
nonexistent here. The lack of
religion stems from the fact
that religion tends to be
looked down upon."

Stephanie Fried, Eric Levin-Moskowitz, Michael Jerris, Rachel
Perez, and Adam Chalom agree that the excitement of making
Jewish friends is an important part of YOUTH GROUP
participation. Join us at the Birmingham Temple!

• Weekly dinner meetings
• Jewish community outreach
• Shabbat services
• Parties, dances, friendship
• National youth conferences

A wonderful way to grow up!

Attend an evening with
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
7:30 p.m.
Sept. 2, & Sept. 9

You are invited to our
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, Aug. 30
10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Temple School
registration

Sept. 20,
10:30 a.m.-I2:30 p.m.

Children's High Holiday
services —

Open to the public
Rosh Hashana —
Sept. 28, 2:30 p.m.
Yom Kippur —
Oct. 7, 2:30 p.m.

Non-member Temple
School rates available

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Los Angeles, Calif
General population: 32,000
Jewish population: 6,000
Kosher food: Available at one
of the university's coffee shops
Religious Services: Shabbat
and holiday services at Hillel
and a second night seder
Contact: Hillel Foundation
(310) 208-3081
Comments: UCLA has a very
active Jewish campus life for
Reform through Orthodox.
They have a Jewish
newspaper, a Jewish arts
festival, and outreach to all
Jewish students at the school.
Student Perspective: Michael
Churgel, 20, Fountain Valley,
Calif., "Judaism is a big part
of my life and I am always
involved in Jewish programs.
I took a Hebrew class .and met
a lot of Jewish students and a
large percent of my fraternity
is Jewish. It is really easy to
meet Jewish students because
Jewish organizations are well
publicized."

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