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Congregation for Humanistic Judaism: The Birmingham Temple

Peterson's Guides, Inc.

This guide reviews over 350 lead-
ing colleges in a straightforward
one-page-per-school format.

Princeton Review Student Ac-
cess Guide to the Best 286 Col-
leges 1995.

Published 1994. $18.00.
Tom Meltzer.
Random House, Inc.

If you're lucky enough to be con-
sidering the "best" schools, this
is a favorite college guide. Amus-
ing and candid, it contains a sec-
tion on schools ranked by
category — from schools with stu-
dents "most nostalgic for Reagan"
to ones with "Birkenstock-wear-
ing, free-hugging, clove-smoking
vegetarians." The format is easy
to follow with a two-page spread
on each school.

The Insider's Guide to the Col-
leges.

Published 1993. $14.99.
Yale Daily News Staff.
Saint Martin's Press, Inc.

Student contributors review 300
schools from an insider perspec-
tive. Items like where to hang
out, cheapest meals and best
places to study turn this guide
into a survival manual.

Peterson's Colleges with Pro-
grams for Students with Learn-
ing Disabilities.

Published 1994. $24.95.
Charles T. Mangrum & Stephen S.

Strichart, editors.
Peterson's Guides, Inc.

• Humanistic Judaism
• Adult Education
• Sunday and Hebrew School
• Congregational Life
• Mitsva and Confirmation Celebrations

See:

• Our new education wing - home of the Birmingham Temple School
The Temple School is open to the public
School Registration: Sunday September 11 10:30 AM - Noon

The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual
Student's Guide to Colleges,
Universities, and Graduate
Schools.

Published 1994. $14.95.
Jan-Mitchell Sherrill & Craig A
Hardesty
New York University Press.

For information calf: The Birmingham Temple

Cecil C. Planer is the business ac-
counts coordinator and general
reference manager at Borders
Bookstore in Atlanta.

*Sleep out in a Sukkah at least
very Jewish parent would
like to be perfect at rais- once in your life.
*Keep you kids out of school on
ing his or her children to
appreciate and uphold the Jewish holidays.
*Be an advocate for Jewish ed-
family values, to carry on tradi-
tion and ritual into the next gen- ucation. ❑
eration. The book 40
Things You Can Do to
Save the Jewish People by
Joel Lurie Grishaver (Alef
Things
Design Group) offers prac-
You Can
tical ideas for parents rais-
ing Jewish children.
Do to
Mr. Grishaver presents
Save
the
fresh ideas on how to instill
Jewish
a love of Judaism in chil-
People
dren. Using stories and ex-
amples, he demonstrates
how children and parents
together can enjoy a satis-
fying Jewish life in a hi-
Sonic really practical idrus for parents
tech world. Mr. Grishaver
who wutti it) raise "ciood (110i/tilt "
is an author of more than
fifty books on Jewish life
Dovish kith to insure that the
and education.
people last at least another 9eilertili011
Here are some of his
Tips:
*Start a Jewish expec-
tations photo album.
*Have Shabbat candles
mean something.
*Shelah Manot: try it Joel Lurie Grishaver's book 40 Things You Can
and you'll like it.
Do to Save the Jewish People.

810-477-1410

28611 West 12 Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Did you know as many as one
in six college students is gay, les-
bian or bisexual? This guide cov-
ers 179 schools nationwide.
Entries include a brief essay and
opinions from gay, lesbian and bi-
sexual students about campus cli-
mates and services. Best used as
a supplement to standard guides
as this one omits information on
majors, courses offered, costs, and
more. ❑

Traditions
In the 6 90s

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Hear about:

This important guide reviews
1,000 four-year and two-year col-
leges with programs or special
services for students with learn-
ing disabilities. It contains a sec-
tion of the most important
questions to ask during a college
visit. This guide also has a sec-
tion with helpful insights from
students with LD who are suc-
ceeding in school.

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2:30 PM, Children 4-9 years
3:30 PM, Youth 10-12 years
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