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Fashion Friday: “Dressing good to feel good”

Fashion Friday: “Dressing good to feel good”

Ari Feuer and Talia Cohen

October 30, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Style

Junior Ilana Meltzer  believes that her fashion impacts her mood, so she dresses how she wants to feel. "I'm a big believer in the 'dress good to feel good,'" Meltzer said. To see what articles of clothing make up Meltzer's style, scroll over the tags. ...

Fashion Friday: Dress to impress

Fashion Friday: Dress to impress

Emily Cohen, Style Editor

October 21, 2016


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Junior Sophie Wallach, who describes her sense of style as “trendy,” can often be seen in brand-name clothing. Wallach enjoys dressing to impress and tries to be “fashion forward” with her outfits. To see what articles make up Wallach’s style, scroll over the tags. ...

Musical assemblies commemorate journalist Daniel Pearl

Musical assemblies commemorate journalist Daniel Pearl

Ari Feuer, Style Editor

October 19, 2016


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On Friday, Oct. 14 CESJDS commemorated Daniel Pearl's legacy by participating in Daniel Pearl World Music Day, a national initiative to honor the journalist who was killed in a terrorist attack in 2002.

Fashion Friday: Comfort first

Fashion Friday: Comfort first

Emily Cohen and Ari Feuer

October 14, 2016


Filed under Style

Senior Eli Zajicek takes two principles into account when he gets dressed: the aesthetic and what he feels most comfortable wearing. Zajicek does not dress to impress, but still tries to dress both fashionably and comfortably. To see what pieces of clothing make up Zajicek's style, scroll over the tags. ...

Movie review: “Denial”

Movie review: “Denial”

Kate Sosland, Reporter

October 14, 2016


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Hitler was the Jews’ best friend, according to notorious Holocaust denier David Irving. In 1996, Irving sued historian Deborah Lipstadt for her book about Holocaust deniers called “Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory.” The suit put history itself on trial and, twenty yea...

Play review: “The Diary of Anne Frank”

Play review: “The Diary of Anne Frank”

Devira Friedman, Reporter

October 11, 2016


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As the sound of feet disappeared, the lights gradually faded leaving the stage dark and empty. Just seconds before, the actors’ chatter and laughter came abruptly to a halt as the Nazi soldiers marched onto the stage to take the Frank family and their friends to their death. On Sept. 28 I got the opp...

A new Shakesperience: Middle schoolers perform the Bard

A new Shakesperience: Middle schoolers perform the Bard

Ari Feuer, Style Editor

October 10, 2016


Filed under Style

Sitting together, gazing at their laptops in the Beit Midrash on Thursday, Sept. 15, middle school students engaged in what could only be a theater teacher’s dream: they were reading Shakespeare, excitedly consuming their roles while singing show tunes from the Broadway hit “Hamilton.” The middle school Sh...

At Naked Lunch cafe, MOM’s knows best

At Naked Lunch cafe, MOM’s knows best

Dahlia Lehman, In-Depth Editor

October 10, 2016


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MOM’s Organic Market, located in Montrose Shopping Center, is a convenient five-minute drive from the Upper School. Inside MOM’s, there is a small vegetarian to-go cafe called Naked Lunch. When I tell people I am going to eat at an organic cafe, the most common concerns are the sometimes high price an...

High school musical preparation kicks off

High school musical preparation kicks off

Ben Savarick, Reporter

September 29, 2016


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Audiences attending this year’s school play will not just watch the performance, they will also get to choose the ending. “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” a musical based on Charles Dickens’ novel of the same name, is unique in that audience votes will determine the story’s outcome. “In pic...

TV show review: “Stranger Things”

TV show review: “Stranger Things”

Shira Godin, Reporter

September 26, 2016


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A few months ago the name “Stranger Things” began to pop up on almost every social media website. I tried to ignore the unceasing ads, but recently I gave up and decided to watch the Netflix series. Within 48 hours, I completed all eight 50 minute episodes Some may be reluctant to watch “St...

Fashion Friday: Standing out from the crowd

Fashion Friday: Standing out from the crowd

Talia Horowitz, Editor-in-Chief

September 16, 2016


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Senior Josie Walker does not dress to blend in. Whether it be hunting through her mother's closet or thrift shopping with her friends, Walker keeps an eye out for unique pieces of clothing. Walker describes her clothing style as whatever she is "feeling in the moment," and "anything that seems cool or...

Fashion Friday: Comedic couture

Fashion Friday: Comedic couture

Joey Shoyer, Style Editor

September 9, 2016


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Junior Aaron Liss has built up a reputation for his comedic shirts. One can spot Liss displaying his science and math-themed joke shirts daily. Liss thinks that “the most important part of what you’re wearing is your shirt,” and tries to take advantage of that. To get a closer look at his outfit...