Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Nonfiction

Should I Smile for this Picture? by Ruby Stillman - Photo by Alex Garrow

Should I Smile in the Picture?

When honoring a tragic history, do you smile to show your support?
What Did We Talk About Before Corona? by Molly Voit

What Did We Talk About Before Corona?

As the coronavirus pandemic upends our lives, the stress and overwhelming nature of it all is expressed in this piece...
College by Hope Kahn – Photo by Auden Yurman

College: Where School Became Home

In college, the line between home and school is blurred, so here are five tips on how to balance it all...
Toppling the Tech Narrative by Dahlia Soussan - Photo by Alex Garrow

Toppling the Tech Narrative: Examining Silicon Valley Privilege

"In reality, the opportunity to invest so much energy (which at times manifests as stress) into high academic performance, albeit unhealthy, defines privilege."
Esther and the Three Angels by Elisheva Parkoff - Photo by Annie Poole

Queen Esther & the Three Angels

"It is too often that men are credited with the work of women."
College Scandal by Dina Barish - Photo by Auden Yurman

College Scandal

In light of the college admissions scandals, how do we make sense of both the privilege and injustice of it all?
My Journey to Jewishness by Emily Duckworth - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

My Journey to Jewishness

Despite the anti-Semitism or hate you might experience, choosing to believe in the good can only make the world a better place.
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.
Anti-Semitism Rampant by Sarah Monoson - Photo by Emanuelle Sippy

Anti-Semitism Is Rampant

After a mass shooting, many of us are inclined to push for gun control rather than confront the deeper issues our society is facing...
Coming Together by Cecelia Ross - Photo by Elise Anstey

Coming Together

Simple acts of kindness can inspire hope and positive transformation, whereas simple acts of prejudice can cause intolerance and harm.
My Cape Cod by Leslie Marsh – Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

My Cape Cod

The palpable memories depicted in this piece will have you feeling and re-living the author's times at Cape Cod
A Battle With My Mind by Sophie Stein - Photo by Aidyn Levin

A Battle With My Mind

What is it like to live with an anxiety disorder?

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