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  • The Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive: A national first!
      DAMELL is proud to announce the creation of The Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive, an online resource which will be fully operational in the Fall of 2001. This is the first online Jewish sound archive of its type in the USA.

      This archive is made available to students and scholars interested in Jewish recorded material. Because of copyright restrictions, the material cannot be downloaded and may be accessed for bona fide study, by request. Dartmouth faculty and students have access if they are on the Dartmouth Name Server database.

      * More Information on The Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive!


  • Shalom and hatzlacha raba to DIPAC -- Dartmouth Israel Public Awareness Committee.
      A student-run, non-political group, DIPAC was set up in March 2001 to enhance discussion and debate on the Dartmouth campus about Israeli society and culture.
      DIPAC will meet regularly to discuss writings, films and events, and plans to bring Israeli personalities and specialists to campus.
      For more details, go to http://www.dartmouth.edu/~dipac/


  • Dartmouth Hebrew Advanced Language Study Abroad (LSA+) in Jerusalem
      Dartmouth Hebrew Studies has been hoping to launch its new summer Hebrew LSA+ (Language Study Abroad) program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Rothberg School of International Studies, Mt Scopus campus).

      However, in keeping with State Department advice about travel to the region, the Deans have decided that the Jerusalem Program shall be postponed for the time being.

      For more information, go to http://www.dartmouth.edu/~damell/hebrew/index.html


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