Ebola: Is There a Reason to Panic?

October 25, 2014
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Ebola has now become the center of the 24-hour news cycle in the United States.  Due in large part to this constant news coverage, a certain level of hysteria has developed around Ebola. In order to understand the true nature of this Ebola outbreak and the public health threat that it may present to...

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Shabbaton Video 2014

September 22, 2014
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Shabbaton Video 2014

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Manhunt for Eric Frein Continues

September 21, 2014
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For over a week, authorities have been involved in a manhunt for Eric Frein, a primary suspect in the September 12 shooting of two Pennsylvania policemen. Frein opened fire with a rifle stolen from his father, killing Corporal Bryon K. Dickson II, a Pennsylvania...

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Common Core Makes Its Way To The Center of Education

September 17, 2014
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Common Core Makes Its Way To The Center of Education

The phrase ‘Common Core’ has become an education buzzword. It appears in news reports and discussions on education, and is often blamed for all of the recent failings of the American education system. Surprisingly few Americans, however, understand what the Common Core actually is....

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Ten Pieces of Friendly Advice for the Best Shabbaton Ever

September 17, 2014
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Ten Pieces of Friendly Advice for the Best Shabbaton Ever

1)    Come to the Shabbaton – In order to have fun at the Shabbaton, it’s kind of important to come to the Shabbaton. I am sure you will hear the phrase about 100 more times this school year (especially from Dylan Posner), so I...

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Opinion: The New York Times Reveals Bias Coverage Toward Israel

September 17, 2014
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The New York Times, the largest local metropolitan newspaper in the United States, has been unfairly covering the Gaza war. Simply put, they make Israel out to be the bully victimizing Gaza. The New York Times has a history of skewing public opinion by...

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Freshmen Venture On An Odyssey

September 17, 2014
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Freshmen Venture On An Odyssey

On the first night of summer break, forty-three 9th grade students gathered in the high school library for a full night of reading – literally. It was the Odyssey Overnight, a one-of-a-kind event that had taken place only one other time in the United...

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Upcoming Events

Cultural Events:
Tuesday May 20:
Celebration of the Arts at 6:30pm
Thursday May 22:
Heschel Benefit at Chelsea Piers at 6pm

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