Thursday, May 25, 2006

And the winners are...

From the Jewish Studies Department:
Dear all,

We are proud to announce the winners of this year's Jewish Studies Undergraduate Awards. The following students have written exceptional papers on a variety of fascinating topics.

* Jesse Skorupa will be awarded for his paper, "Mandatory Sterilization: The Differences Between the United States and Germany"
* Aryeh Breakstone will be awarded for his paper, "'The Only Law That Applies to the Middle East Is the Law of Unintended Consequences': An Interview with Gershom Gorenberg"
* Melody Chu will be awarded for her paper, "From Empty Eyes to Cold Wombs: The Intimate Relationships Between Primo Levi and the Women of his Life."
* Ariel Raz will be awarded for his paper, "Cultural Cannibalism and Identity Construction: Unwrapping the Enigma of Lautreamont and Man Ray"

We will be honoring their accomplishments on Tuesday, May 30, 2006 in the Kresge Provost's House at 3:30pm. We hope that you will join us for the celebration which will include a short presentation from each of the winners. Please contact Rachel Click at (831) 459-5251 with any questions or concerns regarding parking.

Wow, nice one Ari, and congrats to the rest of you also.


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