Opinion

Opinion

A Reaction to the Intended Overturning of Roe v. Wade

By Peri Karpishpan ‘23, Staff Writer  On Monday, May 2, at around 9:00 p.m., Politico published a leaked document of a draft of the Supreme Court’s intention to overturn Roe v. Wade; this 1973 ruling federally legalized abortion, making it possible for hundreds of thousands of women to get the […]

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The Social Justice Minyan Battles for Abortion Rights

By Harry Posner ‘24, Staff Writer The following article is written on behalf of the entire Social Justice minyan: Currently, a woman’s right to an abortion is protected federally under the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. A recent leaked Supreme Court draft opinion suggests that this precedent will […]

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Figure Skating Exploits Jewish History 

By Eliza Fisher ‘23, Editor-in-Chief  When I clicked on a clip of Jason Brown’s Olympic free skate program from the 2022 Winter Olympics, I was captivated by the quality and passion of his movement, features that were elevated by his dramatic choice of music. While Brown’s song choice grabbed my […]

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Why You Should Care About The Russo-Ukrainian War

By Peri Karpishpan ‘23, Staff Writer  I am certain you have heard about the calamitous war ravaging Ukraine. Vladimir Putin has essentially proclaimed himself dictator over Russia and intends to restore it to its former Soviet or even Tsarist glory. He is starting this onslaught by brutally attacking Ukraine, a […]