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Students Adapt To New Ways Of Commuting To school

By Olivia Sohn ‘23, Staff Writer With COVID-19 continuing to spread, many students at Heschel are now commuting to school differently than last year. Before school commenced, students and parents needed to consider the relative safety of riding the subway, using a car service such as Uber or Via, walking, […]

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Extracurriculars During the Pandemic

By Karen Messer ‘24, Staff Writer Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been difficult for students to maintain their usual activities and routines. Yet many Heschel students have found ways to continue their extracurriculars outside of school while taking safety precautions so that they can keep doing what they love. […]

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Uncertainty Around the Election

By Gemma Levy ‘23, Staff Writer We voted. We anxiously awaited the election results for several days after November 3rd. We rejoiced in the election of our chosen nominee or lamented the loss of the individual we voted for. On January 1st, our president will be inaugurated and begin their […]

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Students Navigate Social Distancing

By Ruby Kazam ‘23, Staff Writer With late fall and early winter approaching, many students wonder how they will be able to engage in social interactions while remaining safe. Throughout the summer and early fall, Heschel students took advantage of parks and outdoor dining, gathering in small groups of friends […]

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Apple Releases Three New iPhones

By Sophie Gross ‘23, Staff Writer  On October 16th, Apple announced their four new iPhones: the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Mini, the iPhone 12 Pro, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The new phones have a ceramic shield front that is four times stronger than the traditional glass front. […]