The Boiling Point

From backyard minyans to distanced dinners, Covid Rosh Hashanah will look and feel different
Even via Zoom, the shofar signals the season in Elul
For now, Zoom Town Hall will be every other week
Arson at Chabad near U Delaware gives Div. 1 athlete a platform to oppose hate
View All Top Stories
Talia Tizabi, left, and Hilla Lasry, right, pictured at the 2019 Glouberman Tournament on Nov. 8, both said they support what the NBA players did.
Firehawk athletes support pros’ Jacob Blake walkouts
August 31, 2020

Shalhevet Firehawk athletes were unanimously supportive of professional athletes’ boycotting games...

<span style="font-size: 18px;"><span style="font-family: HIGHLIGHT: Attending the annual Red Sarachek Tournament is a big event not only for Shalhevet players but for their fans, many of whom fly to New York for the event.  Above, Firehawk then-captain and MVP Zack Muller leapt over rival YULA players in YU’s Max Stern Athletic Center in 2018.' />
Sarachek Tournament cancelled as coronavirus outbreak closes YU
March 4, 2020
<span style="font-weight: 400;"><span style="font-family: TOUCH: Junior Jacob Posky attempts a shot off a rebound in the Firehawk loss to the Westlake Warriors 83-49 on Feb. 15. With the CIF playoffs in the rearview mirror, the Firehawks have diverted the Red Sarachek Tournament in March, which they hope to win for the third year in a row.' />
Firehawks sent home following CIF second-round defeat
February 27, 2020
View All Features
In annual spring One-Acts, pandemic reshapes the platform — and some of the plots

Bayley Sandler, Staff Writer | May 28, 2020

When the Shalhevet Drama’s spring production was almost in tech week -- its final week of rehearsals before the live show -- COVID-19 came to Los Angeles. The students began to wonder if the show would still go on.  Drama teacher Ms. Emily Chase began looking for ways everyone could still see it the second that the stay-at-home order took effect on March 16.  Eventually, she confirmed...

Continue Reading
Crossover event brings art fans to concert and music fans to student art show

Jolie Wineburgh, Arts and Culture Editor  | February 25, 2020

The familiar smell of latkes swirled through the air as guests were welcomed into an evening of collaboration between Shalhevet’s choir and Visual Arts department Dec. 18. The two-in-one event -- a student art show at 4:45 p.m. and the Choirhawks’ “Back from the Bay” Hanukkah concert at 5:45 p.m. -- was held in the two adjacent Batei Midrash on the third floor, attracing guests from within...

Continue Reading
View All Arts & Culture