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Alumni Update: Class of 2006

By Emma Jonas ‘23, Opinion Editor  20 years ago, the first class of Heschel freshmen strutted down the previously shiny and spacious hallways of the Abraham Joshua Heschel High School. Just like current students, these millennials spent four arduous years learning how to learn. But, where are they now? How […]

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Heschel Changes School Logo

By Nathaniel Friedman ‘25, Staff Writer and Jared Levy ‘23, Sports Editor  “The Heschel Thermometers. Get it, cause heat? Like temperature?” These were Limudei Qodesh teacher and Jewish and Associate Director of Jewish & Student Life Rabbi Jonathan’s last words before the infamous “logo-dare” incident of 2022.  Heschel’s mascot, the […]

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Heschel Faculty Takes on the Olympics

By Maya Barlev ‘24, Staff Writer This year, the Heschel community had the honor of watching four of our faculty members compete in the 2022 Winter Olympics. Students were shocked as each representative performed amazing skills and displayed their talent. The first faculty member to compete was Limudei Qodesh teacher […]

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Heschel Helpdesk 

By Anonymous  How do I get on my teacher’s good side when I feel like they hate me?  Dear Anonymous, What a fabulous question! I’m sure every student has had at least one sub-optimal relationship with a teacher. But fear not! With these simple techniques that have been tested to […]

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Elevator Use Managed By Edy Lucas

By Parker Slarkey ‘25, Staff Writer All Heschel high schoolers know that the restrictive elevator policy is a highly controversial topic. The latest policy established by the Student Affairs Council states that elevator use is prohibited during all school hours except for five minutes every hour at the half hour […]