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November 26, 2004 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-11-26

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Friday, December 3rd
Saturday, December 4th
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nections with other students while
other events tend to focus more on
the activity. This is an opportunity for
people that don't normally come to
Hillel to feel more comfortable, meet
more people and get involved."
Sophomore Maureen Weiss of
Glenview, Ill., participated in Speed
Dating because she was hoping to
meet more students. "It's hard to
break into conversations at other
events and I was hoping it would be
easier for me to talk with other stu-
dents if I came," she said.
Steven Rives, a junior from
Farmington Hills, said, "This is a
great experience and an easy way to
meet people. I was hoping to meet a
few nice Jewish women and make
some friends."
The event, sponsored by the Jewish
Student Union, was publicized on
MSU Hillel's Web site, announced at
the organization's Shabbat dinners and
through a student computer list-serve.
The event was also promoted on
TheFacebook — an online directory
that connects students through social
networks at colleges and universities.
"I thought we had a good amount
of participation," said Farmington
Hills' Scott Lachman, Jewish Student
Union president and a sophomore. It
was the perfect amount of people for
the kind of program we were having."
Liz Badt thought so. "Even if I
don't get any dates out of it, I met
some people and made new friends,"
she said. _I

Rebecca Elkus of West Bloomfield is an
MSU senior majoring in journalism
with a specialization in Jewish studies.
She is MSU president of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority.

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