Reuben Reviews Rami’s Replacement

June 10, 2014
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Reuben Reviews Rami’s Replacement

Disclaimer: I had a slight cold during this review so my taste buds may have been slightly off, and this review may be a touch below the Dreiblatt standard. Menu reviewed: Vegetable minestrone, tortellini with marinara, garlic bread, sautéed green beans, black bean corn enchilada, mixed berry juice. I’ll start with the mixed berry...

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Heschel Baseball Faces High Heat

June 10, 2014
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Heschel Baseball Faces High Heat

Clang. The bat makes contact with the ball as the Heschel baseball team takes batting practice on a breezy Friday afternoon. In past years a Friday afternoon practice would have been an odd sight, but this year the baseball team is serious as it...

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Measles Break Out in New York

June 10, 2014
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Measles Break Out in New York

Statistics have shown that the first four months of 2014 showcased the highest level of cases of Measles in the United States in 18 years. 23 percent of these cases were located in New York State. Measles are a highly contagious, infectious viral disease,...

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College Student Governments Increase Activism

April 9, 2014
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Many high school students associate student government only with activities like pep rallies, school dances, and fundraising initiatives. This deters many students from being involved in student government in both high school and college. However, participating in college student government may allow them the...

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Helios Analysis: Unraveling The Ukrainian Situation

April 9, 2014
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Helios Analysis: Unraveling The Ukrainian Situation

“Have you been following the recent crisis in Ukraine? How closely?” I asked students and faculty in the hallway about two weeks after Russian troops began seizing and occupying Ukrainian territory in Crimea. “Not that much,” and “a little bit” were common responses among...

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Op-ed: Orthodox Minyan Experiences Neccesary Reform

April 9, 2014
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Op-ed: Orthodox Minyan Experiences Neccesary Reform

Rabbi Natan walked up to the front of the Beit Midrash, sat the minyan down, and went through his normal announcements for the day. The disruptive noise of five different conversations caused him to pause for a moment. After the minyan quieted down, Rabbi...

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Admissions Office Hosts Successful Accepted Students Night

April 9, 2014
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Dozens of current and prospective students gathered together in late February for a night of introductions, fun, and discussions. This was the Accepted Students Night, an annual event at which all accepted prospective students gather to meet one another and learn more about the...

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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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