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The Michigan Daily-New Student Edition-Perspective-Thursday, September 9, 1993- Page 11

Hillel inspires sense
* of community spirit

by Shani Lasin
University of Michigan Hillel, the
second largest studentprogramming or-
ganization on campus, plays a vital role
not only in the campus Jewish commu-
nity, but in the life of the entire Univer-
sity. Hillel houses more programs than
any group except UAC
Throughout the year, Hillel sponsors
services and classes, top-flight cinema
and theatre, majorspeakersandentertain-
ers (Kurt Vonnegut, Joseph Heller,
Adrienne Rich, Tony Hillerman, Sarah
Paretsky), publications (Prospect, U-M
Hillel's Jewish student journal and Con-
skier, the University's award-winning
weekly issues forum), meals, counseling,
aJewishfeministgroup,avolunteergroup

and five Israelaffairs groups representing
every political stripe.
Housed in the Mandell L. Berman
Center at 1429 Hill Street, U-M Hillel is
thecountry'smostactiveanddiverseHillel
program, with more than 1,500 people
participating in Hillel-sponsored events
each week. Students are the engines that
drive the remarkably abundant and cre-
ative programs for which Hillel is re-
spected and famous campus-wide.
Afew days before classes start, Hillel
will hold its annual Open House for
undergraduates and a separate Open
House forGraduates and Young Profes-
sionals. Look for flyers announcing the
Open House or call Hillel at 769-0500
for more information.

71"'The University of Michigan Library
Your gateway to informationrand knowledge...
" over 6.6 million volumes
" 77,000 serial titles
* computerized access to library collections through MIRLYN
* our collection is ranked 6th in the nation
Take advantage of these services to get a fast start on becoming
a skilled library user:

- Academic Resource Center
(ARC)
" Peer Information Counseling

*Campus Crusade
spreads its message

by Abe Radmanesh
We in Campus Crusade for Christ
havemore than4O years experience and
success in helping students like you
develop in their relationship with God,
while leaving their mark for Christ on
campus. We want to help you develop a
significant and personal venture, leav-
ing a spiritual legacy on your campus
that will make an impact on students for
generations to come.
As you become involved with Cam-
pus Crusade at the University, you will
build meaningful and lasting friend-
ships through small-group Bible stud-
its and other social events. Hayrides,
barbecues, "hoops" and other sponta-
neous fun frequent our social calender
along with our weekly meetings on

Thursday nights.
Campus Crusade also wants to help
you believe God, to raise up a movement
of Christians, to communicate that love of
God to the University. Todo this, you will
build your faith with opportunities in per-
sonalized training, strategic conferences
and summer projects. Learning how to
communicate the good news of Jesus
Christeffectively in your spheres ofinflu-
ence and how to lead Bible studies will
help you make the greatest possible im-
pression for Christ at the University.
For more than three decades, Campus
Crusade has believed in college students.
The inter-denominational movement was
launched in 1951 on the UCLA campus
and has since extended its ministry to
every major campus in the U.S. and 150
countries around the
world.
If you're looking
foraChristian group
oncampusthatisfun
and can offer you a
. lot in the areas of
leadership -and per-
sonal growth, Cam-
pus Crusade for
Christ is for you. For
more information
about us and ourFall
calender, call (313)
OUGLAS KANTER/Daity 677-3012.
ong.

More than 1,500 people participate weekly in Hillel at the Berman Center.
/ " . Can't find the books
-l) you need?
srR If you're an Art,
Engineering, or
Music major,
Come pick up your textbooks
at the
North Campus Commons
Bookstore
where you'll find everything you
want and ONLY the textbooks you'll
need.

Computers are a fact of lire at the University
of Michigan. For a personal tutoring session
on a Zenith or Macintosh computer, visit the
ARC, located (temporarily) on the fourth floor
of the Undergraduate Library, or call 764-4479.
Get assistance from fellow students trained
especially to help YOU! For tips on research,
word processing, library tours and other
study needs, PlC up some assistance. To find
out more about PIC, call 764-4479, or visit the
Undergraduate Library and discuss the
program with a librarian.
No, it's not a magician. But there-is something
magical about the University's computerized
library system. reel free to request a
personalized MIRLYN training tcssion with
a member of the Undergraduate Library
reference staff.
After all they're there to help YOU. This
year, reference staff will maintain regular
office hours, during which students like
yourself are free to walk in (or schedule an
appointment) and talk about Library services
and programs, research methods and other
study tips.

" MIRLYN

-Meet theLibrary Staff

UM Libraries:

Art & Architecture
Asia
Business Administration
Chemistry
Dentistry
Documents Center
Engineering
Film & Video
Fine Arts
Hatcher Graduate Library
Law
Map
Mathematics
Museums
Music
Natural Science
Public Health
Residence Hall Libraries
Science Library (Phys/Astr/Geology)
Social Work
Special Collections
Taubman Medical
UndergraduateLibrary
Univ. Library Reserve Service

2106 Art & Architecture Building,.764-1303
415 Hatcher Graduate Library N., 764-0406
K3330 Business Admin. Bldg., 763-0378
2000 Chemistry Building, 764-7337
1100 Dental, 764-1526
312 Hatcher Graduate Library N., 764-0410
1100 Dow Bldg., North Campus, 764-5298
Rm 8 Undergraduate Library, 764-5360
260 Tappan Building, 764-5405
764-04(X)
s180 Legal Res..,764-4468
825 Hatcher Graduate Library S. 764-0407
3207 Angell Hall, 764-7266
2500 Museums Building;764-0467
3239 Moore, 764-2512
3140 Kraus Building, 764-1494
M2030 School of Public Health, 936-1391
G104 S. Quad, 763-2472
Floors 3 & 4 Undergraduate Library, 764-3442
1548 Frieze Building, 764-5169
711 Hatcher Graduate Library, 764-9377
1135 Canherine St., 763-3071
764-7490
Main floor Undergraduate Library, 747-3690

and
Don't forget to bring your Entree Plus Card!
Exclusively at
The North Campus Commons Bookstore
Located on the Main level

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THE OFFICE OF THE VICE PROVOST FOR ACADEMIC AND MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS*
AND THE OFFICE OF ACADEMIC MULTICULTURAL INITIATIVES**
WELCOME OUR NEW STUDENTS!

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HAVE A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL YEAR AND
A GREAT EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN!

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DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY SYMPOSIUM
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MINORITY INITIATIVE PROGRAM
CHICANO HISTORY WEEK
NATIVE AMERICAN MONTH
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