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Contents

DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

www.detroitjewishnews.com

Friday, Feb. 28, 2003
I Adar 26, 5763
Vol. CXXIII, No. 3

This Week

Arts &
Entertainment

23 Wrong Political Climate

Palestinians must want peace before
it will happen, says WSU speaker.

DEPARTMENTS

70 Monumental Artist

Alefbet'cha

Creator of large-scale metal sculpture dis-
plays works on paper in Windsor exhibit.

Opinion

29 Terrorizing The Campus

• *•*

Federal arrests spotlight campus
dishonesty regarding Mideast crisis.

B'nai Mitzvah . . . 44
Business
.82

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Health

Calendar

41

59 Taste Of Life

Candlelighting

17

A Southfield man battles ALS with
a And-raising wine auction.

Community

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33 'Beyond Incredible'

Jewish Academy's first senior class
returns exhilarated, inspired from
trip to Israel.

S •



pirituality

17

Food



From his desk at home,
Joe Rothenberg works on plans
for a benefit event to fight ALS.

Obituaries

79 Pointless Eating

109 Samuel Silver

These diet recipes are low in Weight
Watchers points but high in flavor.

Good-Hearted Barber

Ann Arbor

50 In The Loop

29 Editorial

Oar New Address

Eruv in West Bloomfield
expanded south of Maple Road.

Reminder of anti-Semitic act in Ann
Arbor requires us to stay vigilant.

The Jewish News is in the former FTD World

52 Truly Giving Back

58 Torah Portion

Sara Tugman Bais Chabad dinner
expresses solidarity with Israel.

Ann Arbor Beth Israel's Rabbi
Robert Dobrusin gives his views.

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Carla Schwartz . . .81

Crossword . . .

.102

Danny Raskin .

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Editor's Notebook .. 5

Engagements

46

For Openers

17

Insight

28

Letters

6
84

Marketplace

New Arrivals . . . 43
Obituaries
107

Out & About . . .62
Staff Notebook . .20

Synagogues

DETROIT =WISH NEWS_

Fairness At 11-111

7

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

Jews weigh in on landmark lawsuits against
— the LIrtiversity

Cover Story

page 10

he most important civil rights case in the last
25 years is taking shape in our own back yard
at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
On April 1, U-M will present oral arguments before
the U.S. Supreme Court to defend its affirmative-
action admissions policy in two cases charging uncon-
KE RI
stitutional discrimination. In one, two unsuccessful
GUTEN
white applicants challenge the U-M -undergraduate
COHEN
admissions policy; in the other, a rejected
Story
Left:
white applicant challenges the law school.
Development
A view of the
It's an issue that confuses and divides
Editor
“diag" at the
the Jewish community. To help us make
University of
sense of the complicated affirmative
Michigan
action question, Staff Writer Sharon
Luckerman offers a comprehensive overview,
complete with historical context, an explanation of U-M's
150-point admissions system, and comments from principle
players in the case as well as current and past U-M students.
The Supreme Court is expected to rule by late June. In
the meantime, Luckerman's story, beginning on page 10,
can help you make up your mind on this hot-button issue.

56

The Scene

83
Torah Portion . . . 58
Weddings
49

Cover:

Photography, Krisra Husa
Page design, Alex Lurneiskv

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jews weigh in on landmark lawsuits
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