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Pro-brad Voices

Anti-divestment activists
elected to lead U-M
student government.

DON COHEN
Special to the Jewish News

Ann Arbor
1 ust a \meek after an anti-Israel
divestment resolution was
soundly defeated by the
University of Michigan student gov-
ernment, students activists and lead-
ers of the anti-divestment effort were
elected to fill the top two posts of
the University's student government
for the 2005-2006 school year.
Jesse Levine, a 2I-year-old junior
from Brookville, N.Y., who is study-
ing English and
political science,
was elected presi-
dent of the
Michigan Student
Assembly (MSA) as
the head of the
Students 4
Michigan slate.
This slate won all
Levine
but one of the open
seats over the sin-
gle-issue Defend
Affirmative Action
Party.
Literature,
Science and Arts
sophomore Andrew
Yahkind of West
Bloomfield, also
part of the Students
Yahkind
4 Michigan, will
serve as the LSA
Student
Government (LSA-SG) president.
Levine and Yahkind were criticized
by the Maize Rage Party campaign
director, who told the Michigan
Daily newspaper editorial board that
there should be concern that both
are "white and Jewish." The Maize
Rage's candidates were all white and
not Jewish.
"As a Jew and grandson of two
concentration camp survivors,
including one from Auschwitz, this
issue is personal," wrote Students 4
Michigan Campaign Manager Stuart
Wagner of West Bloomfield in an e-
mail to the campus Jewish commu-
nity.
The issue dissipated when days

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