Students march to remember Holocaust

Stepping onto the grounds where 1.2 million Jewish people died, Zach Getelman ’13, Deborah Malamud ’13, Adam Gross ’13 and Laurel Wayne ’13 visited Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of the two-week March of the Living program, in which Jewish high schoolers pay remembrance to the Holocaust. The first week took place in Poland, where 11,000 teens […]

Cupid’s arrow is not so painful

When we are children, on Valentine’s Day we give cards to every child in our class, even though some are clearly infected with cooties. We are taunted by students that think writing out a full sentence on a card means you have a “crush” on someone.  As teenagers and adults we give flowers and chocolate […]