Archit Kalra | November 11, 2021

Students should reconsider priorities as they get busier

Daniel Tian | October 22, 2021

Last year, I was a virtual learning student. I would start my days at noon, sluggishly ignoring the sunlight that insisted into my room, even through the heavy-duty window curtains. I would eat “breakfast” at around 2 p.m., usually a large bowl of Shin ramen with poached eggs as runny as I could make them. I would have around nine hours of my own time, free to do whatever I liked: I practiced piano,...

With start of fall, many people look forward to holidays

Eva Glazier | October 22, 2021

Over the past few months, the Jewish community has been celebrating the High Holidays and the holiest days in the Jewish calendar with Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year and Yom Kippur is a day of reflection and thinking back on how one can become better. Both days are extremely important to most Jewish people and are a time for food, welcoming the new year, and spending...

Students should prepare, embrace coming future

Archit Kalra | October 22, 2021

I dream of jetpacks as alternatives to buses and bicycles. I dream of escaping the solar system. I dream of flying without wings. I dream of teleportation, time travel and breathing underwater. Realistically, all of these things (except maybe time travel) are possible to an extent given our current technologies, and we’ve done a great deal toward accomplishing many of them––I’ve worked on...