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OPINION: Eerie silence about North Korea’s Holocaust-like actions

By Ariella Sassover, 11th grade Ever since World War ll the United States has been viewed as the world’s most powerful nation,...

September 27, 2017No Comments

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Is Reading Being Replaced?

Is Reading Being Replaced?

Lucy Fried, Features Editor

With so much to watch and so much to do, a long-loved pastime seems to be fading away--though it still has its fans.

September 24, 2017No Comments

  • Students learn swimming, sports, empathy at special needs camps

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REVIEW: Sliding doors, sliding stereotypes in Season 4 premiere of ‘Broad City’

REVIEW: Sliding doors, sliding stereotypes in Season 4 premiere of ‘Broad City’

Hannah Jannol, Editor-in-Chief

It’s nothing new in Hollywood for Jews or Jewish culture to be the object of comedy, as in bar mitzvahs or men wearing peyot used as a demeaning punchline. But in the first episode of Se...

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TABLE TALK: Health care fight and North Korea topped news over the summer

TABLE TALK: Health care fight and North Korea topped news over the summer

David Edwards, Staff Writer

U.S. and North Korea exchange threats of Armageddon On July 4, North Korea successfully tested the Hwasong-14 ICBM, which some U.S. experts say could hit Alaska. But the tab...

September 14, 2017No Comments

Trump remarks after anti-semitic rally in Charlottesville rally change few views among his supporters at school

Trump remarks after anti-semitic rally in Charlottesville rally change few views among his supporters at school

September 11, 2017

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YOM KIPPUR: Someone else we should forgive

YOM KIPPUR: Someone else we should forgive

Eva Suissa, Torah Editor

Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year. It is a day for repentance, atonement, forgiveness. But something has always bothered me about that, and today I know why. Each year, in the weeks leading up to Yom Ki...

September 29, 2017No Comments

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Firehawks headed back to Sarachek for a fourth straight year

Firehawks headed back to Sarachek for a fourth straight year

Tobey Lee, Sports Editor

Shalhevet’s boys varsity basketball team is headed back to Sarachek for a fourth straight year, receiving a rare honor in having been invited to the tournament now five years in a row.

September 27, 2017No Comments

  • New girls basketball coach plans to focus on fundamentals

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Classroom expansion

Classroom expansion

By Nicholas Fields, Staff Writer Over the summer, Shalhevet’s custodial staff expanded Room 216 by the Geni...

August 29, 2017No Comments

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PAGE 3: New schedule reflects our school’s values

PAGE 3: New schedule reflects our school’s values

By Shana Lunzer, Staff Columnist At the end of every August, I spend 10 days with my entire extended family on my mom’s side. We are around 40 peo...

September 4, 2017No Comments

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