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  BATTLEGROUND: In Pennsylvania, History teacher Dr. Keith Harris explained the scene at the monument to Union Major General John Buford, who chose the site for the battle of Gettysburg, recognizing its strategic importance.

[Photo] Gettysburg 2018: On battlefield, comparing today’s sites to history

By Kate Orlanski, Staff Writer
May 8, 2018

BATTLEGROUND: In Pennsylvania, History teacher Dr. Keith Harris explained the scene at the monument to Union Major General John...

  BATTLEGROUND: In Pennsylvania, History teacher Dr. Keith Harris explained the scene at the monument to Union Major General John Buford, who chose the site for the battle of Gettysburg, recognizing its strategic importance.

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BATTLEGROUND: In Pennsylvania, History teacher Dr. Keith Harris explained the scene at the monument to Union Major General John...

RUNWAY: Freshman Rena Harkham modeled a white dress at the Fashion Clubs third annual Tzniut Can Be Cute show in the gym Feb. 18.  Student models waiting their turns stood behind the wood-and-metal mechitza.

[Photo] Student show reflected feminism through modest fashion

By Hannah Jannol, Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2018

RUNWAY: Freshman Rena Harkham modeled a white dress at the Fashion Clubs third annual "Tzniut Can Be Cute" show in the gym Feb....

DOMINANT: Shalhevet center Ben Mashiach blocks a shot by YULA’s Joseph Sassoon Jan. 3. Ben said the pressure of the rivalry game worked to the Firehawks’ advantage.

[Photo] ‘Hawks beat Panthers in overtime

February 20, 2018

DOMINANT: Shalhevet center Ben Mashiach blocks a shot by YULA’s Joseph Sassoon Jan. 3. Ben said the pressure of the rivalry...

IMPACT: Senior Sarina Finn, right,  and junior Nomi Willis wanted to “normalize” the need for monthly supplies.

[Photo] Student campaign gathers 4,078 pads and tampons for the poor

By Clara Sandler, Community Editor
November 5, 2017

IMPACT: Senior Sarina Finn, right, and junior Nomi Willis wanted to “normalize” the need for monthly supplies.

WINNER: New Agenda Chair Daniel Lorell defeated four candidates in last Mays election, promising to turn the Just Community into an Athenian democracy. His second Town Hall saw a vote to cancel Friday lunch and end early.

[Photo] New Agenda Committee revives the proposal process with three votes in two Town Halls

September 4, 2017

WINNER: New Agenda Chair Daniel Lorell defeated four candidates in last May's election, promising to turn the Just Community into...

Torahteinu: Shavuot, which starts May 30 this year, celebrates the Israelites receiving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai.

[Photo] Shavuot, Ruth and Ms. Rodri

By Nicole Klausner, Ninth Grade
May 30, 2017

Torahteinu: Shavuot, which starts May 30 this year, celebrates the Israelites' receiving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai.

Sun, fun and studying can all mix over the summer.

[Photo] Eight cool plans for summer on a budget

By Aidel Townsley, Staff Columnist
May 29, 2017

Sun, fun and studying can all mix over the summer.

ACCESSIBLE: Rachel Hecht, in her second-floor office, spends a lot of her time in one-on-one meetings.

[Photo] Rachel Hecht, who started counseling program and removed its stigma, will not return next year

By Hannah Jannol, Community Editor
May 26, 2017

ACCESSIBLE: Rachel Hecht, in her second-floor office, spends a lot of her time in one-on-one meetings.

Ms. Halloran, who has been praised by students for her alternative teaching techniques, will be taking them to Harvard Westlakes middle school.

[Photo] Suzanne Halloran, school’s longest serving math teacher, leaving for Harvard-Westlake

By Eva Suissa, Opinion Editor
May 19, 2017

Ms. Halloran, who has been praised by students for her alternative teaching techniques, will be taking them to Harvard Westlake's...

FRIEND: Hebrew teacher Shlomit Abrams is known for close relationships with students.

[Photo] Shlomit Abrams, ‘teacher who cares,’ leaving after eight years

By Eva Suissa and Hannah Jannol
May 8, 2017

FRIEND: Hebrew teacher Shlomit Abrams is known for close relationships with students.

MARCH: Students from Milken, De Toledo and YULA Girls high schools joined Shalhevet for the 30-minute walk down Olympic Boulevard to school today, after a morning of prayer and community service projects in opposition to Westboro Baptist Church.

[Photo] Three Jewish high schools join Shalhevet for march, group learning, community service to counter Westboro protest

By Zev Kent, Senior Editor
February 27, 2017

MARCH: Students from Milken, De Toledo and YULA Girls high schools joined Shalhevet for the 30-minute walk down Olympic Boulevard...

SAS Biology teacher and year-old Head of Science Department taught an advanced Chemistry class, which was established mid-year for sophomores.

[Photo] Science Department chair Ayden Jacob announces he will not return next year

March 14, 2017

SAS Biology teacher and year-old Head of Science Department taught an advanced Chemistry class, which was established mid-year...

IMMERSE: Students made posters reflecting values of the Civil Rights era on Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Jan. 16.

[Photo] OPINION / MLK Holiday: Use the whole day

By Jacob Joseph Lefkowitz Brooks, Arts & Culture Editor
February 6, 2017

IMMERSE: Students made posters reflecting values of the Civil Rights era on Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Jan. 16.

JUMP: Elitzur faced off against TABC on Nov. 10, and lost 48-31. They went 0-4 in the tournament.

[Photo] Elitzur team didn’t need wins to warm up Glouberman

December 22, 2016

JUMP: Elitzur faced off against TABC on Nov. 10, and lost 48-31. They went 0-4 in the tournament.

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