Middle School Show Review: Annie Jr.

February 9, 2015
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Middle School Show Review: Annie Jr.

The Heschel Middle School’s long awaited production of “Annie Jr.” premiered on January 21. After four months of practicing at least three times a week, the sixth through eighth graders were more than ready for the three shows. Eighth graders played all the main roles: Rooster, Daddy Warbucks, Miss Hannigan and Grace. Sixth grade...

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Alumni Return to Advise and Visit

February 9, 2015
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Alumni Return to Advise and Visit

In early January many alumni walked through the front doors. First, on January 5, eight graduates participated in a panel entitled Life at College, organized by Erica Panush, the alumni coordinator. They talked to the current seniors about their lives after high school. The...

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News Summary: France Shootings and Response

January 19, 2015
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On the 7th of January, as most Heschel students calmly made their way home from school, France was faced with its most horrendous terror attack in decades. At 11:30 CET (Central European Time), two individuals, armed and masked, forcefully made their way into the...

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The Chocopocalypse Looms

December 23, 2014
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Heschel students love their chocolate. They eat Hanukkah gelt by the ton, make excuses to talk to the college guidance counselor to grab a Ghirardelli square, and stash Hershey kisses in their lockers. Unfortunately, all that chocolate is estimated to either get really expensive...

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Heschel Students Attend AIPAC Schusterman Advocacy Institute High School Summit

December 23, 2014
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AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, is a pro-Israel lobby group whose mission is to “ strengthen, protect and promote the US-Israel relationship in ways that enhance the security of Israel and the United States.” A bipartisan organization, AIPAC engages congressmen on both...

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Hands Up for Better Race Education

December 17, 2014
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On August 9, Mike Brown was shot by a police officer. He was eighteen. On July 17, Eric Garner was choked to death by a police officer. He had six children. On November 22, Tamir Rice was shot by an officer. He was holding...

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Play Review: She Stoops to Conquer

December 17, 2014
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The Clarion Theater on 26th Street and Second Avenue seats 70 people in a space smaller than the high school atrium. It has no curtains and no stage. Despite the cramped space and sweltering heat, a brilliant sense of intimacy connects the cast and...

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