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Israel on Campus Presenting All This Week at CU

Our Soldiers Speak will be on the CU campus Monday as part of CU Buffed Up Week, October 29th, 7:00 pm at the Old Main Building across from Macky Auditorium. Please share this information. This presentation is open to the broader community by invitation only. Please email to Tzvi Darling at tzvi.darling@gmail.com to be added to the attendance list.

From their FaceBook Page:

At Our Soldiers Speak we work to establish common ground between the soldiers of Israel and people the world over who are interested in knowing about the actual mindset and motivation of an Israeli soldier.”

Support our Jewish and Christian students as they work together over the next three days to present events on campus in support of Israel.

Come visit us on Norlin Quad all week long. Norlin Quad is going to have the largest Israel display ever seen on campus including a 20 ft x 30 ft Israeli flag. We will have an information and engagement tent in the middle. Visitors can stop by the tent and get a t-shirt or water bottle, and they will have  information on Israel.

Sponsored by the Israel on Campus Coalition and supported by the Avi Chai Foundation.

Daily Themes:
Monday: Welcome to Israel.
Tuesday: Positive Israel and Green Innovation.
Wednesday: Iranian Nuclear Threat

Closing event will be in Hellems 201 (next to the UMC). This is a movie screening of Iranium with a talk back with Stan Kreis at 7:00 pm.

About Stan Kreis

Stan Kreis has degrees in sociology, economics and accounting. Therefore he is wise, literate, financially sound and married to Kathryn Bernheimer (she would never marry anyone without such credentials). Grave marker: "the world was his oyster, unfortunately, he ate it and got stomach cramps."

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  1. is there a schedule of activities for Tuesday?