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President Joe Biden, in his inaugural address on Wednesday, told a strife-ridden nation that “we must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural vs. urban, conservative vs. … more
With teacher Shoshana Ayzin, CAHAL’s grade 4-5 class at YOSS learned what it’s like to be an engineer. They discovered that engineers must create a plan, build prototypes, test them … more
The international Shabbat Project is homeward bound. Determined to carry on despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it will substitute thousands … more
Egged on by a rabble-rouser who literally wore a political bumper sticker on his chest, a crowd of angry Boro Park Charedim protested coronavirus restrictions during Chol Hamoed Sukkot, burning … more
SKA tenth graders walked to a pond near the school in Hewlett Bay Park and said Tashlich during aseret y’mey t’shuva … more
Eitan Glucksman often wakes up at 4:30 am, putting in 15-hour days as a first-year urology resident at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla. The father of two has a grueling schedule but says he … more
Seniors graduating from the Hebrew Academuy of Nassau County High School celebrated their commencement on Wednesday evening, June 17, the 25th of Sivan, before an audience of 130 Hondas … more
Shulamith Middle Division’s Class of 2020 cheered its graduates in an unconventional yet fun and exciting Wishes and Waves pre-graduation drive-thru celebration on June 2. A drive-in graduation … more
Graduates from six Touro graduate schools participated in a virtual commencement ceremony on June 16, where they were invited to close their eyes and imagine themselves at Lincoln Center’s … more
Valedictorian Jeffrey Wolberg (left) exemplifies HAFTR High School’s culture of scholarship, Torah, leadership, and community service, excelling in academics while fully engaged in … more
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