The Lion's Tale

Review: After one episode of “The Bachelorette,” it is clear Season 16 will be unprecedented in many ways

This being her fifth season with the Bachelor, Clare Crawly returns as the Bachelorette to find love once and for all.

Jessica Gallo, Opinion Editor

October 14, 2020

Having been the runner-up of season 18 of "The Bachelor," a participant on seasons one and two of "Bachelor in Paradise" and getting engaged in season one of "The Bachelor Winter Games," new Bachelorette Clare Crawley is no unfamiliar face. Although she is 39 and filming her season amidst a global pand...

QuaranTEENed – Summertime Sadness

QuaranTEENed - Summertime Sadness

Addie Bassin and Jonathan Morris

June 2, 2020

Many students at CESJDS look forward all year to attending their sleepaway camps during the summer. With the recent cancelation of most camps, students and their parents are left wondering how they are going to fill their summers, and how this is going to set them behind during the college process....

QuaranTEENed – Jacks of All Trades

QuaranTEENed - Jacks of All Trades

Addie Bassin and Jonathan Morris

April 24, 2020

Students, teachers and just about everyone have found themselves with a lot more time on their hands. Coming off of spring break, this episode of QuaranTEENed explores the different forms of entertainment people have pursued in our community. Also covered in this episode is the celebration of Pass...

QuaranTEENed – Sorry, We’re Closed

QuaranTEENed - Sorry, We're Closed

Addie Bassin and Jonathan Morris

April 6, 2020

Regular school days, student clubs and activities, along with major school events have been canceled or postponed due to the pandemic. In this episode of QuaranTEENed, we take a look at student and faculty reactions to the uncertainty of the future regarding their missed opportunities and activitie...

QuaranTEENed – This May Be A While

QuaranTEENed - This May Be A While

Addie Bassin and Jonathan Morris

March 26, 2020

In this episode, students and teachers reflect on their first week and a half of distance learning. This episode we hear from freshmen Sammy Schreiber and Dalya Offer, sophomores Dalia Siegel and Elyon Topolosky and juniors Jane Trainor and Josh Bachrach, and revisit junior Tess Mendelson on how she has k...

QuaranTEENed – This is Just the Beginning

Listen for an in-depth look at JDS' new distance learning initiative in the midst of the COVID-19 quarantine.

Addie Bassin and Jonathan Morris

March 18, 2020

Right now, the world is in the midst of a pandemic. The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is quite literally taking the world by storm. States have been shutting schools down all across the United States, and on March 12, Governor Larry Hogan announced the same for Maryland public schools. That day, CESJD...

How the United States Healthcare System Fails Women

This podcast notes the struggles for women in terms of the healthcare system. Listen for more details.

Jonathan Morris, Reporter

March 11, 2020

From sexism in the Hippocratic Oath to medicine dosages, the U.S. healthcare system routinely fails women. In this episode, reporter Jonathan Morris explores the intricacies of this issue, featuring interviews with Morris's friend, Abby Shichman, and alumna Dena Kranzberg ('05), who both have unique perspectives on the topic. In honor of W...

Video: Kosher Conundrum: Off-Campus Eating

Video: Kosher Conundrum: Off-Campus Eating

Addie Bassin, Guest Writer

January 9, 2020

Updated note: the CESJDS Food Services Director is Erick Gilbert. The video mistakenly refers to him as Eric. The mistake first appears at minute 2:27.

Video: Hot of the Press

Aaron Adams, Reporter

October 7, 2019

The student news site of Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School