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Amber Van Teaches UM International Students About The Bible At Lane Hall, May 2, 1958

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Ann Arbor News, May 2, 1958
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Bible Study: Foreign students are offered an opportunity to learn more about the Christian faith through study with Miss Amber Van, Protestant religious counselor who directs programs of the Protestant Foundation for International Students at the University. In a session at Lane Hall, headquarters for the foundation, are (left to right) Connie Hill, chairman of the international committee of the University Christian Federation; Javahar Maniar of India, Jain; Miss Van; Dhiraj Mehta of India, Hindu; and Yooichi Noguchi of Japan, Buddhist. Miss Van also directs personal counseling.

Five Programs Cater To Foreign Students

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G. Mennen Williams at Protestant Foundation For International Students Dinner, October 1962

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Ann Arbor News, October 20, 1962
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Choosing Carefully: Former Governor G. Mennen Williams, now Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, scans the table at a buffet supper in the YM-YWCA. He was in Ann Arbor yesterday as a guest of the Ecumenical Campus Center of the Protestant Foundation for International Students at the University, and of the Michigan Union's International Affairs Committee.