Opinion

Opinion

Heschel’s Job in the Age of Kavanaugh

By Abby Fisher ’19   It’s been too long since I’ve had sex ed class. It’s not that I’m missing details. My ninth grade health class was comprehensive. It was also three years ago. Given the recent confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a man accused of sexual assault by a […]

Opinion

The Importance of And

By Abby Fisher ‘19 When you’ve made some of the most important friendships of your life with some of the most empathetic and intelligent people you will ever know, it’s painful when you have to confront the traumas of those people. Even more challenging is hearing stories of personal pain […]

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A Return to Thoughts and Prayers

By Molly Katz ‘19 Students in schools across the country took part in a national walkout on March 14th in response to the Parkland school shooting. At 10AM, students walked out of their classrooms, some risking suspension or other penalties, to demand change. This movement was fueled and sustained by […]

Opinion

Opinion: High School in the Age of #MeToo

Abby Fisher ‘19         “You’re dealing with people’s lives,” an eleventh grade student exclaimed during a recent social studies current events discussion about sexual assault. He wasn’t referring to the devastating impact rape has on its victims, but rather to the personal harm an accusation can cause […]