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Liberal Values, Progressive Israel: A Conversation with Jonathan Miller

September 29th, 2012 · No Comments

 

Mr. Jonathan Miller is the former two-term elected Kentucky State Treasurer, Deputy Chief of Staff for the US Department of Energy, one of the co-founders of the organization No Labels, and an active contributor to the Huffington Post. Mr. Miller’s involvement with the Democratic Party includes serving as a Deputy Political Director for the Clinton/Gore 1992 presidential campaign and chairing the Kentucky Democratic Party in 2007. In his new book The Liberal Case for Israel, Mr. Millerexplores how 64-year-old Israel has become a beacon for liberal values and the progressive movement, touching on economic justice, civil liberty, children’s healthcare, and LGBT rights. Please join Friends of Israel (FOI) in our kickoff event on October 3rd at 12PM in Eaton 202 for what is sure to be an eye-opening lecture! Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Date: Wednesday October 3rd
Time: 12PM-1:30 PM
Location: Eaton 206

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I-Fest 2011 Photos!

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments

I-fest 2011 was a complete success. Check out photos here!

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I- Fest 2011

April 11th, 2011 · No Comments

Come help us celebrate Israel’s 63rd Birthday.

11:30 am- 1:30 pm. Friday April 15th. Mayer Campus Center.

Live Band. Free Food. Free Shirts. Free Giveaways!

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Israel Peace Week 2011

March 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

Come join us as we celebrate IPW 2011.

See "Upcoming Programs" for more details!

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SACH Party @ Zeta Psi!

February 8th, 2011 · No Comments

THIS SATURDAY, 10 PM. Come have fun while supporting this incredible cause!

Come in your finest red, white, or pink attire and celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend at Zeta Psi. We are co-sponsoring this party; donations are strongly encouraged at the door.

150 “automatic entry” tickets will be sold for only $2 at the campus center Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 1-4pm. Anyone with a ticket will cut the line and enter first.

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