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Rabbi Stochel with freshmen on their orientation to Ramaz in 2019

Advisory Is Necessary

Rachel Freilich ’22 June 6, 2021

When students walk into the Ramaz Upper School on their first day of high school, the advisory meeting is one of the first places that they are able to meet faculty and their peers. Yet, as Ramaz students...

Maryland University virtual college visit with Ramaz in 2020

Virtual College Touring: Not Cutting It

Ethan Davidovitch ’22 June 5, 2021

At this point in a normal year, many juniors have already visited colleges they are considering applying to. But this year, juniors can only learn about the schools piquing their interest online, and to...

RAMAZ ROUND TABLE: Should Ramaz enforce a uniform for students?

RAMAZ ROUND TABLE: Should Ramaz enforce a uniform for students?

Emily Vayner ’23 Ramaz’s dress code has always been a perfect mixture of tradition and modernity. Both girls and boys dress codes offer a clean and presentable look, all while allowing students...

Open Ramaz Upper School Normally Next School Year

Open Ramaz Upper School Normally Next School Year

Aviva Schilowitz ’24 June 5, 2021

Ramaz Upper School students recently received a survey asking their views on what next school year should look like. It included questions that contemplated school remaining in a hybrid format next year....

The Ramaz Environmental Club sold reusable water bottles this year.

Ramaz Should Celebrate Earth Day

Sarah Ginsberg ’22 June 5, 2021

On April 22, the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, a worldwide commemoration to heighten awareness about the environment and motivate people to protect it, was celebrated. According to earthday.org, more...

Why Colleges NEED to Stay Test Optional

Why Colleges NEED to Stay Test Optional

Daniel Kalimi ’23 June 5, 2021

With the pandemic, everything and everyone has been affected, forcing us to adapt to the situation. From online school to hand sanitizer in every square inch of every store, there have been a lot of changes,...

HS Students Unite to Save Communities from Coronavirus

HS Students Unite to Save Communities from Coronavirus

Emily Vayner ’23 June 4, 2021

The current Covid-19 pandemic negatively impacted every person across the globe. From countless deaths and the loss of jobs to social barriers and education obstacles, the virus brought about chaos and...

Shira Challah

Shira Challah

Rebecca Kalimi ’23 June 4, 2021

This February, a woman in Teaneck, New Jersey named Shira Shatzkes collapsed from an aneurysm which resulted in a coma. This tragedy struck her community very hard, and everyone shifted into a state of...

RAMAZ ROUND TABLE: Should Ramaz institute a policy regarding gender pronouns on Zoom?

RAMAZ ROUND TABLE: Should Ramaz institute a policy regarding gender pronouns on Zoom?

Noam Woldenberg ’22 Ramaz should remain neutral regarding whether students should be required to include their preferred pronouns on Zoom. Listing pronouns on Zoom should not be required by the school,...

Black History Month

Black History Month

Charlotte Kleeger ’24 June 4, 2021

February is Black History Month. We as a country recognize, highlight and celebrate the achievements of Black Americans, as well as recognize their role in the history of the United States. This is important,...

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

Sydney Eisenstein ’22 June 4, 2021

As Black History Month comes to an end in February, Women’s History Month commences in March. During Black History Month, students learned about Black history by watching the movie “Just Mercy” and...

Everyone’s a President

Everyone’s a President

Aviva Schilowitz ’24 June 4, 2021

Sometimes it seems like some Ramaz clubs have more presidents than members, which begs the question: if everyone is in charge, is anyone in charge? Certain clubs at Ramaz have as many as five or six captains....

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