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May 06, 1994 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-06

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AVI DRISSMAN

SARA DUBEN

COREEN DUFFY

GORDON EICK

Chinitz is ranked first in her
class. She is Phi Beta Kappa, a
finalist in the Michigan Mathe-
matics Prize Competition and re-
cipient of the U-M Regents-
Alumni Scholarship. She has
been a member of freshman and
sophomore boards, student coun-
cil, Math League, Girls Ensem-
ble and BBYO, and is a student
tutor, lifeguard and water safe-
ty instructor. She plans to study
genetics at the University of
Michigan.

Drissman is summxi cum laude,
a member of the National Hon-
or Society, a national Merit
Scholarship finalist, National
Physics Team semi-finalist,
TEAMS member, Quiz Bowl
captain, Michigan Math Com-
petition top 100, National Sci-
ence Bowl participant and a Yad
Ezra and Bois Chabad volunteer.
He earned a four-year scholar-
ship from Wayne State Univer-
sity.

Duben is active in Scholars
Plus, Hebrew Club, Interact,
Green Club and SADD. She has
been recognized for community
service and won youth recogni-
tion and MEAP achievement
awards. She was a member of
BBYO and NCSY. She plans to
enroll in a pre-medicine program
at either Wayne State or Oak-
land University.

Duffy is summa cum laude, a

member of the National Honor
Society, B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization, Andover's sympho-
ny orchestra, Chamber Singers
and Jills, and a performer in its
theater. She is a recipient of the
Advanced Placement Scholar
Award, piano scholarships from
the National Federation of Mu-
sic Clubs, Tuesday Musicale and
nominated for the U-M Regents
Alumni Scholarship. She will at-
tend the University of Michigan
School of Music.

Eick is summa cum laude, a
member of the National Honor
Society and Phi Beta Kappa. He
is editor of the school paper, has
been involved in school drama
productions and wrote, direct-
ed and produced a film which
was shown locally. He is a final-
ist in the Roberts Creative Po-
tential Scholarship to the
University of Michigan. He will
attend Michigan or film school
at New York University or the
University of Southern Califor-
nia.

JOSH FEIGELSON
Ann Arbor Pioneer

RON GABA

RANDY GAVORIN

ILANA GLAZIER

JONATHAN GOLDSTEIN

Feigelson is Student Council
president, in U.S. Senate Youth
Program, a National Merit Schol-
arship finalist, Eagle Scout, lay
leader in Ann Arbor Orthodox
Minyan and a graduate of Beth
Israel religious school. He plans
to attend Yale University.

Gaba is summa cum laude, Phi
Beta Kappa, a member of the
National Honors Society, a Na-
tional Merit scholar, Wayne
State University Presidential
scholar, Scholastic Arts Award
gold key, and Science and Engi-
neering Fair of Metro Detroit
First Award. He participated in
debate, physics club, USY and
BBYO. He plans to attend the
University of Michigan.

Glazier is a member of the Na-
tional Honor Society and is a Na-
tional Merit finalist. She was
active in USY, serving on chap-
ter board for two years and this
past year as the social
action/tikun olam vice president
of Central Region. She tutored
at Hillel and Shaarey Zedek, and
plans to attend honors college at
the University of Michigan.

Goldstein is a member of the
National Honor Society, Phi Beta
Kappa, recipient of first-place
award of excellence in the Free
Press/Wayne State short story
category, fifth place in world
competition in Future Problem
Solving and a National Merit fi-
nalist. He plans to attend either
University of Michigan or Co-
lumbia.

JULIE ANN CHINITZ
North Farmington

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Farmington Harrison

West Bloomfield

Southfield-Lathrup

Oak Park

Gavorin, cum laude, is a mem-
ber of the Environmental Club,
parliamentarian of the Nation-
al Honor Society, Yearbook staff,
SADD, Student Leadership
Academy and Oak Park Alliance.
He received an honorable men-
tion from the VOD Scholarship
Program, a local award from the
Elks National Foundation and
Elks' National Allocated Award.

Andover

Andover

Farmington Harrison

Lahser

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