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Holiday Gift Registry for the Winter Season

Holiday Gift Registry for the Winter Season

Arielle Weinstein, News Editor

December 16, 2015

Still searching for last minute Hanukkah presents? Want to be proactive about next year’s gifts? CESJDS students reflect on their favorites of the season: For the movie or theater nerd: a DVD set of their favorite shows. “My favorite Hanukkah gift that I’ve gotten so far was this DVD set of f...

Fashion Friday: Starting the day off right

Fashion Friday: Starting the day off right

Emily Cohen, Reporter

December 11, 2015

Putting a little effort into her outfit can go a long way for sophomore Rana Somekhian. To help her day start off on a positive note, Somekhian  likes to come to school in clothing that is both comfortable yet “out of [her] comfort zone.” To see what articles make up Somekhian’s fashion, scroll...

Behind the Scenes of Young Frankenstein

Behind the Scenes of Young Frankenstein

Miriam Minsk, News Editor

December 9, 2015

After fourteen weeks of preparation and rehearsals, the CESJDS high school production of Young Frankenstein is ready for opening night. This year’s stage managers, juniors Noy Dahan and Arielle Weinstein spent countless hours after school working on the production. Their job began during auditio...

Fashion Friday: Comfort is key

Fashion Friday: Comfort is key

Talia Horowitz, Features Editor

November 20, 2015

For seventh-grader Sophie Krantz, style is about comfort. Krantz finds that her outfits lean more to the preppy side, but being comfortable is a must. To see what articles make up Krantz's fashion, scroll over the tags....

Fashion Friday: Street-smart and on trend

Fashion Friday: Street-smart and on trend

Emily Cohen, Reporter

November 15, 2015

While the colder fall days may give some an excuse to break out the sweatpants,  the weather does not keep Jacobo Ostroff from expressing his sense of fashion. Ostroff, who defines his style as "edgy and trend-focused," looks at street style to inspire his outfits. To see what articles make up Ostro...

Doctor Solomon Q & A

Doctor Solomon Q & A

Mijal Altman, Entertainment Editor

November 15, 2015

How do you define entertainment as a whole? I think that the definition of what is entertainment, and is there a difference between entertainment and art, is a debate that has gone on for a long time. Is there a difference between entertainment and art? Some people make a division between high ar...

Fashion Friday: Prepitude

Fashion Friday: Prepitude

Emily Cohen, Reporter

November 9, 2015

It is not uncommon to find freshman Josh Block sporting khaki pants, boat shoes and a Vineyard Vine piece or two. Block who categorizes his styles as "very preppy," has found that his clothing makes him feel more comfortable and self assured. To see what articles make up Block's fashion, scroll over the...

What to Watch For: This Week in Television

What to Watch For: This Week in Television

Bennet Bramson, Reporter

November 4, 2015

This week there are a few shows airing their season premiere: “Elementary”, “Mom” and “MasterChef Junior”. Both “Mom” and “Elementary” air on Nov. 5 on CBS while “MasterChef Junior” premiers Nov. 6 on Fox . “Elementary”: Created by Robert Doherty, “Elementary” foll...

Fashion Friday: Bringing edgy back

Fashion Friday: Bringing edgy back

Emily Cohen, Reporter

October 30, 2015

Edgy yet soft: while the two adjectives may seem like polar opposites, this is how sophomore Talia Cohen categorizes her style. To see what articles make up Cohen’s fashion, scroll over the tags. ...

New on Netflix in October

New on Netflix in October

Emily Cohen, Reporter

October 20, 2015

While CESJDS students spend most of their time at school, doing homework, playing sports and other stressful commitments, Netflix is a go to source of relaxation for many. Since Netflix always has your back when it’s time to binge watch a new series, here’s an update on some of the new content on t...

Upcoming Movies to Look For

Upcoming Movies to Look For

Bennett Bramson, Reporter

October 7, 2015

This week there are a good amount of movies hitting the theaters, however, two stand apart from the rest: Pan and Steve Jobs. Pan: Pan is billed as the prequel to the classic children’s film Peter Pan. Pan is about a young, orphaned boy who is whisked away to Neverland on a magical adventure guaran...