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MLK Program Faces Mixed Reactions
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MLK Program Faces Mixed Reactions

By Mariel Priven ‘19 On Wednesday, January 17th, the high school hosted a panel in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Moderator and New York Times journalist David Leonhardt interviewed Columbia Law School professor Olatunde Johnson and NYC Deputy Mayor Richard Buery. The panel’s original goal had been to […]

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The Latest with Our VPs

By Olivia Domansky ‘20 Seniors Zeke Bronfman and Lily Applbaum and juniors Eduardo Szajman, Ilan Dubler-Furman and Omri Benichou work tirelessly in order to improve school dynamics and student life at Heschel to ensure that our high school experience is maximized to its full potential. As Heschel students, we often […]

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Junior Launches Hesed Initiative

By Na’ama Sarfati Magill ‘19 If you were lucky enough to enjoy a delicious cookie sold by juniors Rochelle Dweck and Eden Chanko recently, you have most likely heard of a new Hesed opportunity brought to the school by junior Nina Glesby. Glesby introduced an exciting and meaningful Hesed campaign […]

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FCC Chooses Free Internet Over Open Internet

By Uriel Bauer ‘19 “Under my proposal, the federal government will stop micromanaging the Internet,” Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), said in a statement released on November 21. This proposal, titled “Restoring Internet Freedom” by the FCC, will reverse the Obama-era decision to classify broadband internet […]

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Student Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences

By Sara Horvath ’21 “One of the guiding principles regarding our approach to education is the belief that students do their best when there is direct and consistent communication between teachers, students and parents,” wrote Rabbi Noam Silverman, head of the high school, in an email to parents on November […]

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Let Them Eat Pizza!

Talia Levin ‘20 This year, there has been some turmoil due to the lack of Friday lunch options in the high school. As a result, Heschel, and particularly the Hesed Council, has worked to ensure there would be pizza Fridays during lunch once again. Last year 16-22 boxes of pizza […]

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Public School Relocates Across the Street

By Sarah Horvath ‘21 Since 2014, classes have been interrupted continually by the loud banging noises of the construction across the street. While the bottom floor of the complex now features chains like Starbucks and SoulCycle, there is also a new K-8 school above them: The Riverside School for Makers […]