The Lion's Tale

The friendship puzzle

The friendship puzzle

Aliza Rabinovitz, Reporter

February 18, 2016


Filed under In-Depth, Showcase

Through the many years of sleepovers, parties, field trips and FaceTime calls, you were positive the friends you made in school would last a lifetime. But when you decline yet another event because you’re too busy studying for a test, you’re not so sure anymore. According to Guidance Counselors Melissa Gartner...

Valentine’s (to)Day

Valentine’s (to)Day

Shira Godin, Reporter

February 12, 2016


Filed under In-Depth, Showcase

The legend begins in the third century, and the setting is Rome. Priest Valentine is horrified to discover that his ruler, Emperor Claudius II, has outlawed marriage for all young Roman men in an effort to make them more dependable soldiers. Valentine, who believes marriage is a God-given gift, opposes Cl...

Love in the CESJDS community

Love in the CESJDS community

Arielle Weinstein, In-Depth Editor

February 5, 2016


Filed under In-Depth, Showcase, Uncategorized

For the month of February, each week the in-depth section of The Lion's Tale will explore the concept of love in the Upper School. Below is the first installment, which features students and teachers speaking about their families, their friendships and what they value about their Jewish community. The...

Intermarriage

Intermarriage

Malka Himelhoch and Carol Silber

January 30, 2016


Filed under In-Depth

If you walk into many houses off of Seven Locks Road on Friday night, you’ll see families lighting candles, reciting blessings over wine and sitting down for Shabbat dinner. Junior Natalie Morgan and freshman Daniel Morgan’s family is no different. Every Friday night, they too practice the tradition...

See the Latest Promposal!

February 5, 2015


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