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Scheduling an Unstructured Life

By Raphaela Gold ‘21, Editor in Chief Some say that the best works of art are produced in solitary confinement.  Galileo continued to make scientific discoveries while under house arrest. During the Great Plague of London, Isaac Newton was forced to work from home and experimented with prisms in his […]

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RIP Kobe Bryant

By Ariel Plevan ‘23 and William Rose ‘23, Staff Writers On Sunday, January 26th, the world lost one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Kobe Bean Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others. Kobe was an 18-time all-star, 2-time […]

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What I Learned from Columbia’s Climate Summit

By Idan Mor ‘21, Staff Writer A number of Heschel students attended the March 6th Columbia University Youth Climate Summit, an annual program in which high school students meet to discuss climate-related issues, learn in workshops guided by various college professors and environmental professionals, and consider how to make a […]

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Almog Elijis Visits Heschel

By Talia Levin ‘20, Online Editor On February 25th, Israeli Diplomat Almog Elijis spoke with two of the twelfth-grade Hebrew classes to discuss her work in diplomacy and the media. Elijis has been the Spokesperson and Consul for Media Affairs in the Consulate General of Israel in New York since […]

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Merits of Town Hall Hotly Debated

By Zoe Singer ‘23, Staff Writer A common subject of debate at Heschel involves Town Hall. While some argue that Town Halls are too frequent and involve only half-hearted student participation, others champion the need for a space to discuss current issues. Town Hall takes place about once every five […]