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Students Rejoice Over Shortened February Break

By Caleb Friedman ‘23, Staff Writer Recently, the Heschel Administration decided that February break will only encompass two days. Usually, students are given a whole week to relax and take vacations, but this year, the break was shortened because the administration wanted to make sure students weren’t having too much […]

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A Day in the Life: Zoom Student Edition

By Lydia Miller ‘23, Contributing Writer Readers, please imagine your own name in the blank spaces to complete sentences about your completely normal, absolutely average day at Zoom school.  Like most students in high school, ___ has woken up feeling refreshed after the recommended eight hours of sleep. At 7 […]

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Rachel Green’s Thanksgiving Trifle

By Alexandra Wenger ‘21, Features Editor I know we are far past holidays, but it is never too late for a delicious dessert. This trifle made its debut appearance in season six, episode nine of the television show Friends, when Rachel Green made the treat for Thanksgiving.  This is a […]

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Students Begin Lunch Line Training

By Eliza Fisher ‘23, Assistant Features Editor With this year’s hybrid learning, the Cater to You lunch staff delivers Heschel student lunches to their respective pod rooms. Students haven’t had the true lunch experience of choosing a meal on the spot or waiting on line. That is why some have […]

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Knocking On Bathroom Doors

By Sophie Gross ‘23, Staff Writer One peaceful Thursday afternoon, I was enjoying the luxury of the large bathroom stall when I heard a knock on the door. I screamed, “Occupied!” but to no avail, as I heard the main door squeak. Panic set in. I coughed loudly, and the […]

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New Fire Drills Spark Many Opinions

By Elijah Fraiman ‘23, Contributing Writer Both Heschel students and faculty remain eerily shy about voicing their opinions on the new fire drill protocols, but through some immense and thorough research, this wildly controversial topic is finally seeing the day of light.  Since the beginning of human existence, the fire […]