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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-16

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COMMEMORATION AND PRESENTATION
By Guy Stern, Ph.D.

Director, Harty and Wanda Zekelman International Institute of the Righteous

International Holocaust
Remembrance Day

Bagels And More

Through the combined efforts of his
assimilated German Jewish family, a little-
known Jewish children's rescue organization,
and the well-intentioned trickery of his aunt
and uncle, 15-year-old Guy Stern immigrated
to St. Louis in 1937. Now 92 years old, he
tells of his family's traumatic experience under Last-known photo
of Stern family,
Nazi rule, his fortuitous escape to the U.S.A.,
taken
in 1938 after
and his return to Europe as an officer in the
Guy's immigration
American Secret Service.
to the U.S

Designated International
Holocaust Remembrance
Day, on January 27 –the
anniversary of the liberation
of Auschwitz-Birkenau – the
United Nations urges every
member state to honor
the victims of the Nazi era.
A commemoration ceremony
will be observed.

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s the beginning of each month

rounds the corner, the
first Sunday now means that
Bagel Brunch is in the "shmear" future.
On Sunday, Oct. 6, hundreds of students
piled in the front doors as University of
Michigan Hillel held its first-ever Bagel
Brunch. Hillel's Governing Board created this
event for students to get to know each other
and to nosh on bagels and lox in a relaxing
environment. Hillel student leaders wanted
to create a welcoming, communal experience
in addition to Shabbat, which already draws
more than 300 people each week for Friday
night dinner.
To promote the event, the Governing
Board created a #schmear Twitter cam-
paign and put up posters all over campus.
According to senior Rebecca Grossman of
Oak Park, the brunch was originally planned
for 150 students, but many more attended.
At the second brunch on Nov. 3, a Magen
David Adom (MDA) ambulance was parked

in front of Hillel. The ambulance is being
donated in honor of Michigan college stu-
dents who have volunteered with MDA in
Israel.
Current U-M students who have been
MDA volunteers were at the brunch to talk
about their experiences working on an
ambulance in Israel over the summer. After
stopping in Ann Arbor, the ambulance is
going to make its way to Detroit's partner-
ship city — Migdal HaEmek in Israel.
In addition to learning about MDA,
students from MEDx, U-M Hillel's pre-med
group, were promoting the Blood Battle, a
competition between U-M and Ohio State
University to see who can raise the most
pints of blood for the Red Cross. @

Rachel Gorosh of West Bloomfield is a

freshman at the University of Michigan in

Ann Arbor. Additional reporting came from

junior Eden Adler of Farmington Hills.

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Enjoying U-M Hillel's Bagel Brunch: senior Atlee Silk,
Needham, Mass.; junior Marissa Wais, West Bloomfield;
sophomore Marissa Wojcik, Evanston, Ill.; junior
Rachel Salle, West Bloomfield; sophomore Katy Barrett,
Wilmington, Del.; and freshman Kaitie Benedek,
Clarksville, Md.

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U-M Hillel students and Can Immerman, regional
Magen David Adorn director, with an ambulance
honoring college MDA volunteers

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