by Tirra Stein-Talesnick Disclaimer: The following is written by an 8th grader in Lisa Levine’s Honors English class. Walk down the hall. Near the door. Eyes flicker to the small white figure, in a skirt or pants. Push the door open and walk inside. Enter and approach the urinal or toilet. Pee. Wash hands. Exit.
by Ary Hammerman Disclaimer: The following is written by an 8th grader in Lisa Levine’s Honors English class. It’s 11:30 p.m. and a tear slides down your face as you struggle to finish memorizing the equations for the math test tomorrow. You know that you should sleep to be able to focus, but your anxiety
By The Lion’s Roar Editorial Staff It is in the best interest of The Leffell School to close its campuses and move classes online before December and return at the beginning of March. The Leffell School Reopening Guide states “if students from two or more different grades have tested positive for COVID-19, then that campus
Sophia Wolk Yesterday afternoon on February 14th 2018, at least 17 students and adults were mercilessly killed and another 18 injured by a former student of their own high school at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. According to CNN, this mass shooting was the tenth deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, and,
By Abby Jaeger After Ben Platt takes the final bow in one of Broadway’s newest shows, recipient of the 2017 Tony Award for Best Musical, Dear Evan Hansen, all in the crowd are standing as a roaring applause echoes off the Music Box Theatre walls. Dear Evan Hansen, in my opinion, is the most relatable play on
Traditional Minyan By Jacob Richman Over the past year as a member of the Traditional Minyan, I have been questioned several times about why I am devoted to such a seemingly boring service. Since freshman year, I have actually been looking forward to the time when I could join this minyan as a sophomore. After