The Rampage

An Award-Winning First Trip to Princeton Model Congress

An Award-Winning First Trip to Princeton Model Congress

Adam Vasserman '21 December 5, 2019

From November 21-24, the Ramaz Model Congress team traveled to Washington D.C. for the annual Princeton Model Congress conference hosted at the Washington Hilton. This event was the culmination of all...

Varsity Basketball Team Takes L.A.

Varsity Basketball Team Takes L.A.

Caitlin Levine ’21 December 5, 2019

For the second year in a row, the Ramaz Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball teams travelled across the country to compete in the fifth Annual Steve Glouberman Basketball Tournament, hosted by Shalhevet High...

G.O. Update: Monday Mincha Muffins

G.O. Update: Monday Mincha Muffins

William Kremer ’21 December 5, 2019

Muffins have been a symbol of faculty superiority for years. We’ve all read those depressing warnings: “these muffins are NOT for students” or, “if you’re a student, do not open this door”...

Behind the Scenes at SFAC: November Edition

Behind the Scenes at SFAC: November Edition

Caitlin Levine ’21 and December 5, 2019

For the second time, the Student Faculty Advising Committee (SFAC) met on November 13, filled with invigorating discussions regarding the student body. Here’s what went down. One member suggested that...

The Ramaz Open House: What Changed?

The Ramaz Open House: What Changed?

Gabby Ostad ’21 December 5, 2019

Every Ramaz student remembers the Saturday night they came to the Open House as a prospective student. The energy and excitement that fills the building is a feeling that sticks with students. For...

Kristallnacht Speakers

Kristallnacht Speakers

Eve Schizer ’22 December 5, 2019

November 9th, 1938 is widely known as Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass. On this day, Hitler used the desperate action of a Jewish teenager to justify an anti-Jewish campaign; hundreds of synagogues...

Student-Teacher Conferences: What Day of the Week?

Student-Teacher Conferences: What Day of the Week?

Isaac Silverman '21 December 5, 2019

Many students dread student-teacher conferences. Students must wait for hours in long lines to meet with teachers for only a few minutes, and teachers must meet with dozens upon dozens of students with...

Ramjam

Ramjam

Rachel Freilich ’22 December 4, 2019

On Tuesday afternoon before an eagerly-awaited Thanksgiving break, students from all four grades strolled into the auditorium and quickly found seats next to their friends to experience Ramjam. The room...

Thankful for Our Veterans

Thankful for Our Veterans

Gabrielle Ostad ’21 December 4, 2019

32 United States Army veterans of the Samaritan Village filled the fall-theme decorated auditorium for the second annual pre-Thanksgiving meal of gratitude on November 26. The intention of this meal was...

Why the Long Weekend?

Why the Long Weekend?

Tammy Palagi '21 December 2, 2019

In the month of November, the Ramaz Upper School was off on Friday, November 8th as well as Monday, November 11th. Given the school’s academic rigor and students’ constant stress, nobody was complaining....

Junior-Senior Davening Move

Junior-Senior Davening Move

Rebecca Massel ’21 November 15, 2019

Davening. For some Ramaz students, it is the best way to begin their day—it is a time to connect with G-d and prepare for the day ahead. But for other students, davening means rushing in to swipe their...

PSAT at Ramaz: The Inside Scoop

PSAT at Ramaz: The Inside Scoop

Tammy Palagi '21 November 13, 2019

On Wednesday, October 30, all students in the junior class took the Preliminary SAT (PSAT). The PSAT is a test given by the College Board with the participation of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation...

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