Sunday, May 19, 2019

Nonfiction

Turkey's Media Without A Voice

Turkey’s Media Without a Voice

What happens when freedom of the press is taken away through intimidation and violence?
Why I Don't Believe in Dress Codes by Marlie Thomason - Photo by Liora Meyer

Why I Don’t Believe in Dress Codes

Should schools be able to determine how we choose to dress and express ourselves?
The Right Words by Abigael Good - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

The Right Words

Dealing with mental health issues can be a daunting task. But when we finally take the steps towards help, our perspectives can change completely.
Becoming a Reader by Eva Strelitz-Block - Photo by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Becoming a Reader

How has your love for reading transformed over the years?
Grampy by Sloan Warner - Photo by Elena Eisendstadt

Grampy

A writer explores the heartache of loss through the words of an Emily Dickinson poem.
Benevolent Sexism by Maddie Solomon - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Benevolent Sexism: It Isn’t a Compliment

Is that sexist? Sexism is not just the overt, hostile sexism portrayed in the media...
A Jew in a Fantasy Book by Abigael Good - Photo by Jade Lowe

A Jew in a Fantasy Book

An author-in-the-making challenges the notion that Jews cannot be the heroes of a fantasy book.
A Letter to Barnard by Rachael Severino - Photo by Audrey Honig

A Letter to Barnard

How Barnard went from this writer's dream school, to a place she considers unsafe for herself and fellow Jews.
The Making of a College NIggun Circle by Lisa Stein - Photo by Jade Lowe

The Making of a College Nigun Circle

An entrepreneur identifies a need and fills it.
Next Stop: Culture by Sasha Hochman - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Next Stop: Culture

How do you truly immerse yourself in the culture of a foreign city?
Dress Code at a Jewish Day School by Kayla Liss - Photo by Audrey Honig

Dress Code at a Jewish Day School

A young writer examines the regulations girls face at her Jewish Day School.
My Brother by Sarit Scher - Photo by Gali Davar

My Brother

What's it like to have a sibling with OCD? We share this story in honor of Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month.

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