Jewish Scholastic Press Association

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Jewish Scholastic Press Association

Jewish Scholastic Press Association

June 24, the day when Roe v. Wade was overturned.
Post Roe, states’ laws may say no when halacha says yes
Molly Menashe, The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School • January 6, 2023
Orthodox experts surveyed by the Boiling Point agreed that Jewish law, or halacha, on reproductive rights is deeply nuanced, granting many exceptions and depending on myriad details, to its basic prohibition of the procedure. 
Looking Into Student Well-being
Looking Into Student Well-being
Daliya Wallenstein, AJA Palette, Atlanta Jewish Academy • January 3, 2023

High school students are not alright. Over the past years, the quality of high school students’ mental health has plummeted precipitously. Between 2007 and 2016, national adolescent death from suicide rose by 84%. In...

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OPINION: Daven or Study?
OPINION: Daven or Study?
Aviva Schilowitz , The Rampage, Ramaz High School, New York City
Regardless of someone’s level of observance, students should be incentivized to spend time with their families during the chagim, not to be locked in their rooms studying.
Mediterranean Madness: The Search for KC’s Best Middle Eastern Food
Mediterranean Madness: The Search for KC’s Best Middle Eastern Food
Annie Fingersh, RampageWired, Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy

Kansas City is filled with amazing Mediterranean restaurants, but the question is, which one is the best? As a certified foodie, I felt it necessary...

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Pulitzer Hall, the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University
JSPA heads to New York City as part of CSPA's 2023 spring journalism convention
Jewish Telegraphic Agency announces new paid journalism fellowship for students
Jewish Telegraphic Agency announces new paid journalism fellowship for students
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