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Three hours of anonymity show unflattering mirror

Three hours of anonymity show unflattering mirror

By Boiling Point editorial board
March 23, 2015
Filed under Opinions

Shalhevet students are supposed to be different from other high school students -- after all, not many other schools teach moral development from the first day of freshman year. But behind a cloak of anonymity, it turned out this week that Shalhevet students can be just as abominable as any other teenagers. Using...

Yeshivah Gedolah covers Sterling’s name on its sports pavilion

Yeshivah Gedolah covers Sterling’s name on its sports pavilion

By Mati Hurwitz, Shalhevet HS, Los Angeles
May 8, 2014
Filed under Local & World, News

Yeshiva Gedolah of Los Angeles covered up the “Donald T. Sterling Pavilion” sign on its building Monday, April 28, after news broke of the donor’s widely criticized comments to his girlfriend on a recording obtained by TMZ. The school doesn’t “condone his remarks,” according to a secretary...

On mosque visit, class views a different culture of the Middle East

On mosque visit, class views a different culture of the Middle East

By Alexa Fishman, Shalhevet HS, Los Angeles
February 28, 2014
Filed under News

Seven juniors spent an afternoon looking at Middle Eastern culture through the lens of a local mosque, on a field trip last month to Culver City that was part of their Modern Middle East class. Jewish History teacher Mr. Jason Feld brought the students to the King Fahad Mosque, located on Washington...

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