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Teacher Profile: Isaac Levein

By Gidon Kaminer ‘18 “Music operates on an emotional spectrum” Isaac Levein, Heschel’s newest music teacher, says. This isn’t some mantra that Isaac simply repeats; throughout his continuing career as a musician, performer, and educator, Isaac has truly lived his innovative approach to understanding and appreciating music, a philosophy he […]

Teacher Profile: Aaron Boalick
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Teacher Profile: Aaron Boalick

By Molly Katz ’19 Aaron Boalick, Heschel’s newest Spanish teacher, has had a passion for teaching from a young age. Even as a child, he played school with his family members, forcing them to pretend they were the students and he was the teacher. Aaron grew up outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, […]

Teacher Profile: Joseph Eskin
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Teacher Profile: Joseph Eskin

By Sara Serfaty ‘18 “I initially think I liked history because I would learn something in class and then talk to my parents at home and they had experienced that thing,” Joseph Eskin, the newest member of the social studies department, said. “I think it was one of the only […]

Summer Plans
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Summer Plans

By: Molly Katz With summer approaching rapidly, students are finalizing their plans for the break. In a Helios survey sent to students, including the options of a job, an internship, an academic summer program, camp, travel, and community, the majority of respondents indicated that they will be going to camp, […]

Lisa Inberg News
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Lisa Inberg News

By: Sam Nevins 18’ This summer Lisa Inberg, her husband Graeme, and their newborn daughter Etta will be moving back to Sydney, Australia. After three years in New York City, the family has decided that it is time to return home. On one of her visits to Heschel this spring, […]

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Abi Rasol Tells Her Lyme Story

By: Sophia Daniels “What nobody tells you is that the basic blood test [for Lyme disease] does not show Lyme disease in over 60% of actual Lyme cases,” senior Abi Rasol said. Rasol is part of that 60%. Because of these complications, it took Rasol more than two years to […]

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Senior Internships

By: Abby Fisher ’19 From the first day of freshman year, students look forward to their senior internships. Aside from the fact that the beginning of internships means the end of classes, internships provide seniors with the opportunity to explore areas of interest in a hands-on and experiential way.           Before […]