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Spanish students explore Argentina

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On June 17, ten CESJDS students departed for a week-long trip to Argentina, alongside Spanish teachers Deby Kijak and Dr. Silvia Kurlat-Ares. The group stayed in Buenos Aires, visited various attractions in the city and learned about Judaism in Argentina.

photo courtesy of Deby Kijak
JDS students pose with students from the Tarbut school in Argentina. "The take away [of staying with the Argentine familes] for me was that even if we live so far away, we have more in common than we think," senior Seth Eisenstein said.

This story was featured in the Volume 36, Issue 1 print edition of The Lion’s Tale, published on Aug. 28, 2018

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