Jewish Scholastic Press Association

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Jewish Scholastic Press Association

Jewish Scholastic Press Association

Chicken shortage bites kosher restaurant on Melrose
Chicken shortage bites kosher restaurant on Melrose
Olivia Fishman, The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School • May 17, 2022
Melrose Bite gives up kashrut due to rising prices and shortages, plus cost of mashgiach
From Students to Philanthropists: How HBHA students are making a change in their communities
From Students to Philanthropists: How HBHA students are making a change in their communities
Ethan Sosland, RampageWired, Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy • May 12, 2022
There are two main ways to give back to your community. The first being time, through volunteering, and the second being money, through donations.
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EDITORIAL: Masks work. We should know.
EDITORIAL: Masks work. We should know.
Benjamin Gamson, The Boiling Point, Shalhevet High School • April 4, 2022

On Aug. 23, three days before the start of school, the Boiling Point Editorial Board met with Rabbi Block for two hours in his office at school. Sitting...

‘Unorthodox’: Is It the Single Story of Orthodox Judaism?
‘Unorthodox’: Is It the Single Story of Orthodox Judaism?
Maya Ziv, The Roar, Milken Community School • April 1, 2022

“Don’t forget, Esty. He speaks first.” These are the words uttered to Esty before meeting her husband for the first time. Shifting eye...

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Announcing the Winners of the 2022 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards
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Announcing the Winners of the 2022 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards
A story about diversity and combating racism in The Lion’s Tale at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School has won the top prize at the 2022 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards, JSPA announced Tuesday.
JSPA Now Accepting Submissions for 2022 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards
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JSPA Now Accepting Submissions for 2022 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards

The Jewish Scholastic Press Association is now accepting entries for the 2022 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards, deadline Feb. 20, 2022, for work published during the calendar year 2021. JSPA will award a first-, second-...

Announcing the Winners of the 2021 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards
Contests
Announcing the Winners of the 2021 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards

In the first-ever tie for JSPA's top prize for high school journalists, staffers of The Lion's Tale at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School and The Boiling Point at Shalhevet High School both won the 2021 Grand Prize for Jewish...

JSPA Now Accepting Submissions for 2021 Annual Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards
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JSPA Now Accepting Submissions for 2021 Annual Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards

The Jewish Scholastic Press Association is pleased to announce the 2021 Annual Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards, to be presented via Live Webcast in late April. More details to be announced next month. This year there...

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