Opinion: Stress-Relief Isn’t Enough

By Sarah Horvath ‘21, Editor-in-chief  A few weeks ago, representative Diana Hu from Freedom from Chemical Dependence (FCD) spoke to the high school students and hosted separate sessions about the use of substances for each grade. For the eleventh-grade session, Hu spoke about finding happiness and exercising stress-relief instead of […]


Opinion: T’fillah Exploration Surprises Me

By Mila Boymelgreen ‘21, Contributing Writer In past years, I was apathetic about the school’s biannual t’fillah Exploration Week, in which students explore minyanim other than their usual ones for three days. I didn’t understand the point of diverging from the usual t’fillah options. My perception changed, however, when I […]

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Unkosher food spotted in Heschel hallways

By Sophie Gross ‘23 Whether it be pork dumplings abandoned in a classroom or Chick-Fil-A in the student lounge, the unkosher food epidemic at Heschel seems to be spreading.  Heschel students who have witnessed unkosher food in school have a variety of opinions on the issue.  “I have seen some […]

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Opinion: Champions League Analysis

By Zev Lonner ‘20 Last season’s UEFA Champions League  changed things up considerably. Instead of the usual predictability we have been used to, this season couldn’t have been less predictable.  Real Madrid had won four of the prior five competitions, with a win by rival Spanish giants Barcelona being the […]