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Anti-Semitic Graffiti Spreads to Beverly, Andover

By Mary Markos

“It’s hateful, it’s hurtful, and it’s something that needs to wake up the community as to why this happens. We covered it over, but we didn’t intend to cover it up.”Read More


Honoring Robert Salter and Jerry Somers at CHA

“To Renew” is the theme of CHA’s upcoming annual meeting, representing a special evening of recognition and tribute.Read More


Not Just Girls: Bruce Mendelsohn Hosts Warriors

By Mary Markos

“They call themselves girls, and people who see them call them women. They’re neither. These are warriors.”Read More


One Year In, Cohen Hillel Academy Strikes Gold

By Todd Feinburg

After years of seeing the student body shrink and the relevance of Jewish Day School as a concept questioned, a “renewal” is underway at CHA.Read More


Social Justice Programming at Cohen Hillel Academy

By Karen Madorsky

Through our social justice program, students were involved in a variety of projects that taught them that they can make a difference.Read More


Dial “M” for Joel

By Todd Feinburg

Joel Markus is a one-man visual branding expert based in Salem, whose slients include ESPN, Bose, Discovery and The Home Depot.Read More


Israeli Officers and U.S. Vets Find a Shared Sense of Values at Salem State Event

By Amy Forman

Six IDF officers joined four Salem State students who have served in the U.S. military on the panel.Read More


Newton Threatened with Curriculum Lawsuit

By Todd Feinburg

Judicial Watch, the organization whose litigation led to the release of the emails from the private server used by Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State, authored the letter.Read More


Swastikas: Winthrop Joins Newton, Georgetown, Marblehead, Swampscott, etc.

By Todd Feinburg

Anti-Semitism, with swastikas playing a starring role, has been making news of late in Greater Boston. Multiple incidents have occurred recently in local communities.Read More


Rube Goldberg’s Passover at Cohen Hillel

By Lea Winkler

The team of ambitious students met twice a week to construct a Rube Goldberg Machine that would show the Passover story in a series of steps leading to the revelation of a Seder plate.Read More


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