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Olive Oil Brownies with Sea Salt

By Alexandra Wenger ‘21   This recipe is perfect for busy people who want to bake. I’ve been having trouble finding time for baking with the mid-year workload – even chocolate chip cookies were taking me too long. These brownies are quick and easy to prepare with a short time […]

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Advice Column

By Talia Levin and Bella Nessim ‘20   Q: I just got a really bad grade on my math test, and I am afraid to tell my parents about it. They have really high expectations and I don’t want them to be disappointed in me. What is the best way […]

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Get to Know a Student

By Olivia and Domansky and Talia Levin ‘20   Title of Your Autobiography Favorite Magical or Mythological animal Cats or Dogs Favorite Season Best Olympic Sport Susan Nakash, Freshman A Collection of Funny Stories and Tales: An Autobiography Unicorn Dog Fall High Diving Lexi Landes, Freshman (another one because there […]

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Advice Column

By Talia Levin and Bella Nessim ‘20   Q: I’m really stressed out about the pressure of standardized tests for college. How do I handle that? —Pressure in Paradise A: When it comes to ACTs and SATs, students experience a lot of pressure from their parents, peers, and themselves. The […]

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Get to Know a Student: Harmonizers Edition

By Olivia Domansky and Talia Levin ‘20   Student Favorite Singer Best Harmonizers song Favorite non-Harmonizer activity Spotify, Apple Music, or Soundcloud? Your rapper name Isaiah Sokolic, Freshman Imagine Dragons “Brother” Basketball Spotify Lil Zay Abbie Orlinsky, Sophomore Ed Sheeran “V’Haer” Ice skating Apple Music O-money Ethan Glezer, Junior Michael […]

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Pumpkin Bread Recipe

By Alexandra Wenger ‘21   I’ve made this recipe at least six times this season because it’s incredibly versatile and fits at almost any meal. It happens to be pareve – although it doesn’t taste like it would be – so it’s perfect for bringing to Friday night dinners and […]

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Advice Column

By Talia Levin ‘20 and Bella Nessim ‘20   Get excited for the newest feature of Helios – an advice column! We are here to address any issues you have, school related or not. Don’t be afraid to ask humorous or amusing questions – we’ll try to answer them! Questions can […]

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Get to Know a Student

By Olivia Domansky and Talia Levin ‘20   Student Favorite article of clothing Most used emoji Go-to karaoke song Dream ice cream flavor Favorite plant Sophie Rasol, Freshman Sweaters 😎 Anything Shawn Mendes Mint chocolate chip Cactus Liam Katz, Sophomore Sweater 🙄 Africa by Toto Maple Bacon Erez tree Noa […]

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Get to Know a Student

By Olivia Domansky and Talia Levin ‘20   Student Favorite School Lunch Least Favorite Sport Best Disney Show Best Vending Machine Item Favorite Country Raz Benyamin, Freshman The classic pasta with tomato sauce Baseball Definitely The Suite Life of Zach and Cody Milk chocolate Hershey bars, but they aren’t available […]

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Inside the IT Department

By Sophie Fisher ‘21 While often overlooked, Heschel’s Information Technology (IT) Department plays an integral role in the functioning of our school, maintaining everything from the internet to Smartboards. The technology staff also plays a key role in programming, setting up the equipment for communal events. There are currently seven […]