Thursday, October 22, 2020

Ada Perlman

Ada Perlman
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Ada Perlman is a sophomore at The Ellis School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She loves musical theater and is involved with many productions each year. Some of her passions include singing, writing, running, and reading. Ada's work has been published in Fresh Ink for Teens, The Jewish Week, JGirls Magazine, her school newspaper; The Ellisian Times and Large Print; a selective teen journal run out of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
Another Day by Ada Perlman - Photo by Ruby Stillman

Another Day

By today's standards, "another day" means another terrible wave of loss and pain.
Why None of Us Should Be Perfect by Ada Perlman - Photo by Ruby Stillman

Why None of Us Should Be Perfectionists

There is a big difference between ambition and perfectionism. One is healthy, the other is destructive.
Tree of Life Synagogue - Article by Ada Perlman

From It Could Have Been Me to It Was Me

Ada Perlman shares her experience of finding out her father survived the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
Is Ignorance Really Bliss? by Isabelle White - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Is Ignorance Really Bliss?

A Lifeline by Amanda Hershkin - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

A Lifeline

Woven View by Rotem Kadosh

Woven View

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