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  • Passover is about to pass on by

    Passover is about to pass on by

    Ariel Arbiv

    March 29, 2018

    Passover is the time of year when we have to give up bread for a week, right? Thousands of years ago, Jews were slaves in Egypt under the rule of Pharaoh . Moses, a shepherd, went to Pharaoh and declared, “let my people go!” The Jews were fed up and tired of being slaves; they wanted freedom. P...

    Box of matzah. (Ariel Arbiv/The Weber School)

  • Ukrainian student comes to Weber for a day

    Ukrainian student comes to Weber for a day

    Daniel Stern

    March 28, 2018

    On March 20, Jewish organization Obchestvo Remeslenogo Truda ("Association for the Promotion of Skilled Trades") (ORT) sponsored sending a Ukrainian student to the United States: Vladyslav “Vlad” Atamanchuk. ORT sent Vlad to America so that he could give speeches to ORT members and donors about the ORT school he at...

    The World ORT organization sent Vlad to America. (ORT America)

  • Formposals

    Formposals

    Carly Wohlberg

    March 28, 2018

    This year’s Weber Formal was held on Sunday, March 25 at the Roswell Historic Cottage. The theme was The French Revolution. Posters around the school advertised the dance with the quote “Let Us Eat Cake." Every year, promposals become more elaborate. What began as a simple question (“Will you go...

    Jacob Botnick made a High School Musical-themed poster for freshman Gaby Lefkovits. (Ariel Arbiv/The Weber School)

  • Weber students’ travels on Passover Break 2018

    Weber students’ travels on Passover Break 2018

    Brooke Orenstein

    March 28, 2018

    This year, Weber’s Passover Break (also referred to as Spring Break) starts on Thursday, March 29 and lasts until Sunday, April 8. Students from all over look forward to Spring Break. With this long break, I interviewed various Weber students about their travels. Alex Roth (Sophomore) When asked where she is going on...

    Spring flowers (Snow Photo/Flickr)

  • The Weber School joins schools in nationwide walkout

    The Weber School joins schools in nationwide walkout

    Sloane Warner

    March 28, 2018

    On Wednesday, March 14, Weber participated in The National School Walkout to honor the 17 students killed during the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on February 14. The program was led by Weber students Aliza Abusch-Magder, Micah Cohn, Tali Cohn, Hannah Rose...

    Weber sophomore Hannah Rosenberg embraces freshman Tali Cohn during the National School Walkout. (Aliza Abusch-Magder/The Weber School)

  • Atlanta Botanical Gardens’ Orchid Daze

    Atlanta Botanical Gardens’ Orchid Daze

    Sloane Warner

    March 16, 2018

    Visitors to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens through the spring season are greeted by blooming tulips, daffodils, and most prominently, orchids. With February and March come the Gardens’ Orchid Daze, a festival of orchids celebrated in what is boasted as the “largest orchid center in the United Stat...

    The main Fuqua Conservatory, where the flowers follow a pathway surrounding small pools of water and relaxing wooden figures. (Sloane Warner/The RamPage)

A Junior’s Take on the American Humanities Experience

Carly Wohlberg
March 28, 2018

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