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Kayla Rubenstein

Kayla Rubenstein has 9 articles published.

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Creativity for a cause

Together with National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Rho Kappa History Honor Society, Key Club, Tikkun Olam, and AHS Dance Company and Fine Arts Department, junior Mikhal Ben-Joseph works to promote genocide recognition through her organization, The Butterfly Project. Keep Reading

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Learning from History

Perhaps one of the most popular cliches, “learn from the past” accurately describes what 100 freshman did Feb. 21. The catastrophic event of the Holocaust sparked countless books, documentaries and museums in order to preserve the memory of those lost in this tragedy. One such location, the NSU: Holocaust Reflection and Resource Center (HRRC) offers a visually-stimulating Holocaust experience. Freshmen had the opportunity to visit this memorial Feb. 21. Keep Reading

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A care for the rare

Projects promoting Project Alive are sweeping through the school; students old and new have heard of the story of the son of English teacher Jennifer Estevez, Sebastian Estevez who has the terminal Hunter’s Syndrome. Keep Reading

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A Glimpse into Future Careers

Everyone, at one point in their lives, has been asked what they want to be when they grow up. Answers are constantly changing, from doctor to lawyer to author. However, thanks to the school’s annual career fair, junior high (JH) students can preview a wide variety of careers and have an opportunity to talk to the professionals. Keep Reading

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