And the winners are...
From the Jewish Studies Department:
Dear all,Wow, nice one Ari, and congrats to the rest of you also.
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.