OPINION

OPINION

The Danger of Redefining Sex

By Ethan Katz ‘22   On Sunday, October 21st, the New York Times obtained a particularly distressing memo from the Trump administration in accordance with The Department of Health and Human Services. According to the NYT, “The agency’s proposed definition would define sex as either male or female, unchangeable, and […]

OPINION

A Freshman View of the Shabbaton

By Sarah Bourkoff ‘22   Since the beginning of the school year, the freshman class has eagerly anticipated this year’s Shabbaton. However, after hearing this year’s theme, technology, I had my doubts about how successfully it would be incorporated into the Shabbaton. After returning from the Shabbaton, I can testify […]

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Heschel’s Job in the Age of Kavanaugh

By Abby Fisher ’19   It’s been too long since I’ve had sex ed class. It’s not that I’m missing details. My ninth grade health class was comprehensive. It was also three years ago. Given the recent confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a man accused of sexual assault by a […]