The Lion's Tale

On the road: commute times vary widely among teachers and students

On the road: commute times vary widely among teachers and students

Alex Landy, Reporter

June 7, 2018

At the early hour of 5 a.m., middle school Jewish Text teacher Rabbi Marci Aronchick gets dressed and eats breakfast before her lengthy commute from Baltimore to Rockville. Aronchick is one of many CESJDS teachers and students who face extended drives to school each day. Aronchick’s commute generally takes an hou...

Reflections on Syrian refugee crisis

Reflections on Syrian refugee crisis

Lily Daroff and Kate Sosland

December 1, 2016

The Lion's Tale interviewed CESJDS students about their reactions to the Syrian refugee crisis to complement "Bridging the Gap," a print article about the interactions between JDS Arabic II students and a Syrian refugee family. To read "Bridging the Gap," click here.  ...

Times Square’s predictions for NCAA tournament

Times Square’s predictions for NCAA tournament

Gabe Krantz, Isaac Silber, and Joel Vardon

March 30, 2016

In Times Square, editors Gabe Krantz, Isaac Silber and Joel Vardon interviewed passing pedestrians on their predictions for the 2016 NCAA tournament. See the interviews below. ...

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