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Gift certificates
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by Zackary Simons I jewish@edu staff writer

with the "cool college kids."
The eye-opening experiences didn't
few weeks ago, I joined a
stop
with the school children. Later in
group of Jewish Michigan
the
week,
we were fortunate enough to
State University students
hear
a
talk
given by two women who
on MSU Hillel's alterna-
once
lived
on
the streets. The former
tive spring break trip in Miami.
homeless
women
told us their stories
While some of us viewed the week
and
gave
us
a
more
palpable perspective
as an opportunity to make a difference,
of
hard
life
on
the
streets
of Miami.
others saw it as an inexpensive way
Fortunately,
we
were
able
to take
to party in the sun. Regardless of our
some
time
off
from
our
work
days to
underlying motivations, I believe I can
immerse
ourselves
in
reflection
ses-
speak for the group when I say we were
sions.
After
taking
in
the
scenes
we
all significantly affected by our spring
were
exposed
to,
we
came
to
these
break experiences.
During the trip, we spent our morn-
MSU In Miami on page 51
ings building basketball courts
and benches, painting murals
and constructing chess tables at
an underprivileged elementary
school.
In the afternoons, we had the
opportunity to interact with some
of the school's students and were
offered a glimpse into a world far
different from our own.
For the most part, these kids
from neglected and run-down
areas are constantly exposed to
drugs and lack a stable family
support system. But their resilien-
cy was striking. Despite their neg-
ative environments, they seemed
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to have positive outlooks on the
Sophomore Wendy Stein of
future. Smiles were in excess and
Birmingham and Hillel staffer
they enjoyed the time they spent
A.mir Sela of Eilat, Israel

Three eggs, choice of bacon, ham or sausage links
toast and jelly
Eggstra Big Breakfast $3.79
Three eggs, choice of meat, hash browns or pancakes,
served with toast and jelly

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