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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-05-17

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Hillel of Metro
Detroit's Jewish Law
Student Association
(JLSA) at Wayne
State University
would like to
acknowledge and
Professor Eric
Zacks, who was selected the Upper
Class Professor of the Year at the WSU
Law School. This award was voted on
by the upper class students at the
school. Zacks is the JLSA Faculty
Advisor and is a well-respected and
valued assistant professor at the WSU
Law School, teaching a variety of busi-
ness law courses, including Corporate
Finance, Securities Regulation and
Corporations as well as a first-year
Contracts course.



Sunday Music Bar

Dwight Ashley and Tim Story have been making atmospheric,
haunting, yet beautifully melodic electronic music together and
individually since the early nineties. 1 and 3 p.m., Kresge Court

Family Sundays

Come hear traditional Asian folk tales as storyteller
Ming Louie takes us to visit the exotic world of China with
tales of monumental journeys, legendary philosophers,
notable explorers, mystery and magic. 2 p.m., Rivera Court

Joshua Klein, son
of SMZ Advertising
Inc.'s Steven and
Amy Klein, was rec-
ognized by West
Bloomfield Youth
Assistance at its
16th Annual Youth
Recognition Awards.
Klein is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield. He
volunteers his time at the kosher food
pantry Yad Ezra in Berkley and at
Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield.
During winter break he also volun-
teered at the Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield, where he assisted children
with special needs. Klein is also skilled
in martial arts. He was recently pro-
moted to 2nd Degree Junior Black Belt
in the art of Isshinryu Karate.

Artist Lecture

Visual and performing artist Joyce Scott creates objects
of exceptional skill and beauty. In "Motivated by the Challenge
to Live and Create Authentically," she contrasts her works that are
politically or socially oriented with those she creates for aesthetic
satisfaction and creative growth. 2 p.m., Lecture Hall

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David Lubin is one of the new
members of the board of visitors of
the College of Fine, Performing and
Communication Arts at Wayne State
University. He is chief operating officer
at M. Jacob and Sons in Livonia.

Sam Gringlas, a
senior at North
Farmington High
School, was named
top high school
journalist in the
state by the
Interscholastic Press
Association (MIPA), which supports
student journalism in the state, at its
spring conference in April in Lansing.
Sam's portfolio earned him selection
as All-MIPA Newspaper (top newspa-
per student journalist in Michigan)
and as the state's nominee for JEA
(Journalism Education Association)
Student Journalist of the Year. His
school newspaper, the Northern Star,

won the Spartan-MIPA's top award for
an entire publication. Sam also worked
on the student journalist staff at the
conference. Additionally, he has been a
longtime writer for the IN's Teen2Teen

Tanner Friedman
co-founder Matt
Friedman of West
Bloomfield was hon-
ored with the 2012
"Champion for the
Kids" award by
Yatooma's Foundation for the Kids at
the Foundation's signature annual fun-
draising event.
Friedman serves on the board
of directors for the Foundation
and on the host committee for the
Champions event. Friedman, both
personally with his wife, Jodi, and
along with the Tanner Friedman
team, has supported awareness cam-
paigns for the Foundation, donated
to the Champions fundraising event,
adopted families for the holidays and
supported the Foundation's Extreme
Christmas Makeovers each year.

The Downtown
Detroit Partnership
(DDP) announced
the appointment of
new members to its
board of directors.
Mark Davidoff,
managing partner of
Deloitte, was voted
in as an honorary
board member. Davidoff serves as
Deloitte's top leader in Michigan
where he oversees more than 1,200

Andrew Zureick of
Bloomfield Hills, a
junior at Dartmouth
College, has been
awarded the Barry
M. Goldwater
Scholarship, honor-
ing him among the
nation's most prom-
ising undergradu-
ates in the fields of science and math-

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