- What Google Classroom Has Taught Us About the Value of Real Classrooms
- Closing Letter from the Editor
- What’s To Come?
- What Quarantine Has Taught Me
- Biblical Irony: This Year’s Passover Seder May Be Delayed by a Plague
- What Have I Been Up To?
- Personal Statement: Phoebe Ramaty
Oliver ten Broeke, Editor-in-Chief Google, Featured Photo Dearest Teachers and Administration: With the coming second wave of the pandemic, likely due to coincide with the back-to-school season, there is a non-zero possibility that school remains closed. While there are myriad solutions to allow for quality education in these unique circumstances, there is one bit of
Oliver ten Broeke, Editor-in-Chief Adam Koplik, Featured Photo Hello there, In my opening letter this year, I wrote “…I’m excited to see what 2020 will bring to our talented staff…” Yikes. That aged like milk, as we’ve had quite the, um, eventful year. Well, I believe that many things in life can be demonstrated to
Reeti Patel, Writer Matthias Lai, Photographer I think we can all truthfully say that 2020 has been one of the most eventful years this century; or keeping the pure irony of the situation in mind, it has been dreadfully uneventful as we all (hopefully) cower in our houses in fear of the coronavirus. Quarantine is
Talia Feinsod, Writer Ross May / Los Angeles Times, Graphic Artist April 8th and day 26 of quarantine, but Jews aren’t doing any fleeing this year, (stay home everyone). Tonight marks the first night of Passover and with Zoom paving the way for a new era of digital communication, many families, such as my own,
Anabel Evans, Writer Matthias Lai, Photographer Everything is different now. Our fast-paced world has come to a halt. I have seen so much change in my life, in the lives of those who surround me, and in society as a whole. Everything that diverges from its normal course results in varying reactions for each and
Phoebe Ramaty, Writer and Photographer Recently, I have come to realize my love for gardening as I am in the process of growing many different foods using the principles of Permaculture. Permaculture, in simple terms, is a set of gardening techniques that rely on being both resourceful and self – reliant. In my backyard, I
Want to be notified everytime a new a article is added to The Maroon? Sign-up for our email list below!