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However, Senator for the Class of 2008 Asher Tanenbaum, one of the resolution's sponsors, said the intention was not to express support for political policies of the Israeli government, but rather to express "the general feeling on campus that students want to wish [Israel] a happy birthday [and that] they understand that there is a deep connection between the school and themselves and Israel."The resolution's sponsors hoped to fulfill suggested goals for college campuses set by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and express the interests of their constituents, according to Tanenbaum, also the president of the Brandeis Israel Public Affairs Committee and Senator-at-Large Andrew Brooks '09, Campus Curriculum Coordinator for BIPAC.While BIPAC is not officially affiliated with AIPAC, the Brandeis group plans to participate in a one-day lobbying training program in Washington D.C. in April that is organized by AIPAC, Tanenbaum explained.The seminar will include speakers as well as meetings with AIPAC representatives and members of Congress, he said.BIPAC had hoped to communicate the successful passage of such a resolution in those meetings "to show our congressmen that Israel is still an issue that people care about at Brandeis," Tanenbaum said.Tanenbaum added that passage of the resolution would show the University's Jewish donors the existence of a deep affinity to Israel among Brandeis students.Tanenbaum noted that the student government senate of the University of California at Berkeley and University of Oklahoma passed similar resolutions.


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However, Senator for the Class of 2008 Asher Tanenbaum, one of the resolution's sponsors, said the intention was not to express support for political policies of the Israeli government, but rather to express "the general feeling on campus that students want to wish [Israel] a happy birthday [and that] they understand that there is a deep connection between the school and themselves and Israel."
The resolution's sponsors hoped to fulfill suggested goals for college campuses set by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and express the interests of their constituents, according to Tanenbaum, also the president of the Brandeis Israel Public Affairs Committee and Senator-at-Large Andrew Brooks '09, Campus Curriculum Coordinator for BIPAC. While BIPAC is not officially affiliated with AIPAC, the Brandeis group plans to participate in a one-day lobbying training program in Washington D.C. in April that is organized by AIPAC, Tanenbaum explained. The seminar will include speakers as well as meetings with AIPAC representatives and members of Congress, he said. BIPAC had hoped to communicate the successful passage of such a resolution in those meetings "to show our congressmen that Israel is still an issue that people care about at Brandeis," Tanenbaum said. Tanenbaum added that passage of the resolution would show the University's Jewish donors the existence of a deep affinity to Israel among Brandeis students. Tanenbaum noted that the student government senate of the University of California at Berkeley and University of Oklahoma passed similar resolutions.


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However, Senator for the Class of 2008 Asher Tanenbaum, one of the resolution's sponsors, said the intention was not to express support for political policies of the Israeli government, but rather to express "the general feeling on campus that students want to wish [Israel] a happy birthday [and that] they understand that there is a deep connection between the school and themselves and Israel."The resolution's sponsors hoped to fulfill suggested goals for college campuses set by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and express the interests of their constituents, according to Tanenbaum, also the president of the Brandeis Israel Public Affairs Committee and Senator-at-Large Andrew Brooks '09, Campus Curriculum Coordinator for BIPAC.While BIPAC is not officially affiliated with AIPAC, the Brandeis group plans to participate in a one-day lobbying training program in Washington D.C. in April that is organized by AIPAC, Tanenbaum explained.The seminar will include speakers as well as meetings with AIPAC representatives and members of Congress, he said.BIPAC had hoped to communicate the successful passage of such a resolution in those meetings "to show our congressmen that Israel is still an issue that people care about at Brandeis," Tanenbaum said.Tanenbaum added that passage of the resolution would show the University's Jewish donors the existence of a deep affinity to Israel among Brandeis students.Tanenbaum noted that the student government senate of the University of California at Berkeley and University of Oklahoma passed similar resolutions.Brooks said that students had the right to know what their elected officials' positions were on Israel and that such a vote was a way for the Senate to be in touch with the student body.He added that the Senate had a responsibility to support clubs in this way and referred to a recent Senate resolution supporting the goals of the ONE campaign, which seeks to eradicate extreme poverty.He called for the Senate to treat the four pillars of the University equally.The Brandeis Web site describes those four pillars as "dedication to academic excellence," "nonsectarianism," "commitment to social action" and sponsorship by the Jewish community."ONE Brandeis … reflected more on the social justice pillar of this University," he said.


www.jrtelegraph.com

However, Senator for the Class of 2008 Asher Tanenbaum, one of the resolution's sponsors, said the intention was not to express support for political policies of the Israeli government, but rather to express "the general feeling on campus that students want to wish [Israel] a happy birthday [and that] they understand that there is a deep connection between the school and themselves and Israel."The resolution's sponsors hoped to fulfill suggested goals for college campuses set by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and express the interests of their constituents, according to Tanenbaum, also the president of the Brandeis Israel Public Affairs Committee and Senator-at-Large Andrew Brooks '09, Campus Curriculum Coordinator for BIPAC.While BIPAC is not officially affiliated with AIPAC, the Brandeis group plans to participate in a one-day lobbying training program in Washington D.C. in April that is organized by AIPAC, Tanenbaum explained.The seminar will include speakers as well as meetings with AIPAC representatives and members of Congress, he said.BIPAC had hoped to communicate the successful passage of such a resolution in those meetings "to show our congressmen that Israel is still an issue that people care about at Brandeis," Tanenbaum said.Tanenbaum added that passage of the resolution would show the University's Jewish donors the existence of a deep affinity to Israel among Brandeis students.Tanenbaum noted that the student government senate of the University of California at Berkeley and University of Oklahoma passed similar resolutions.Brooks said that students had the right to know what their elected officials' positions were on Israel and that such a vote was a way for the Senate to be in touch with the student body.He added that the Senate had a responsibility to support clubs in this way and referred to a recent Senate resolution supporting the goals of the ONE campaign, which seeks to eradicate extreme poverty.He called for the Senate to treat the four pillars of the University equally.The Brandeis Web site describes those four pillars as "dedication to academic excellence," "nonsectarianism," "commitment to social action" and sponsorship by the Jewish community."ONE Brandeis … reflected more on the social justice pillar of this University," he said.


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The Republicans are now led by president Megan Vijiarungam 09 and vice president Amanda Hecker 10, while BIPAC is headed by president Asher Tanenbaum 08.
Meanwhile, BIPACs ranks have undergone a tremendous shift, with Tanenbaum assuming the presidency, Andrew Brooks 09 becoming Campus Political Coordinator, Shelley Kier 08 assuming the position of Early Engagement Coordinator, and Avi Swerdlow 10 acting as Public Relations Coordinator.


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