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Gym Teachers Encourage Healthy Habits

By Ruby Kazam ‘23, Staff Writer  Since Heschel’s closure in early March, much of the Heschel community has stayed  trapped inside their homes, leading to a decrease in people’s activity. During these trying times, it is prudent that we remain as active as possible to continue to be healthy and […]

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The Case For Sports

By Zev Lonner ‘20, Sports Editor Over recent months, I have spent a great deal of time thinking about why it is that I care about sports so deeply. Beyond the fact that I have been writing and editing sports articles in Helios, various events of late have led me […]

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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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Mo Busted

By Ben Shuster ‘23 Is Mohamed Bamba a bust? As the season progressed, Mo Bamba did not enhance any aspect of his game; rather, his game worsened and his statistics only decreased. Bamba was drafted eighth overall in the 2018 NBA draft by the Orlando Magic. He came into the […]

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Heschel Girls Push For Soccer Team

By Zev Lonner ‘20, Sports Editor A group of Heschelians have recently been pushing for a girls’ indoor soccer team. On December 11th, Rick Munn, the athletic director, led a tryout to which nine girls showed up. Now, weeks after the town hall program that brought up the discussion of […]