Judy Lebovits’s STEM initiatives inspire students to innovate and invent

By Barbara Bensoussan

Join the Sisters as we explore changing perspectives through our own ambiguous images. Which picture do you see?

By Marcia Stark Meth / Emmy Leah Stark Zitter / Miriam Stark Zakon

Friendship Fix
As parents we hear a lot of “How come we’re the only ones who…” But guess what? You’re not the only ones. It’s normal

By Shoshana Itzkowitz

Life Lab
For this life lab, I took four adulting courses recommended by the Adulting School administration in Portland, Maine

By Esther Kurtz

This is my child and she needs and needs and needs. I can’t look at her. I can’t look at myself

By Rochel Ester Travitz

Why was she doing this? It felt strange, accepting help from Olga. She was also… different, no sign of her usual scowl

By Esty Heller

Those three women and their perfect stores, perfect lives, and a dance studio, it’s perfect, I can’t believe we didn’t think of it before!

By Rochel Samet

With tears rolling down my face, I tried again. “Zot ha’ima sheli. She’s my mother. Please let me in”

By Devorah Lustig

5 out of 10
Since we Jews like to talk so much, we find a way to communicate even through silence

By Dovid Bashevkin

What we term “nature” is inextricably linked to our spiritual growth

By Faigy Peritzman

On the road to exile, Rochel Imeinu’s tears mingle with our prayers

By Rebbetzin Shira Smiles

True Colors
My mother sniffed the air suspiciously when she came to say goodnight to us. “Boys,” she said, “there’s something rotting in this room"

By Chaya Rosen

Out of Step
Uuuuch. I hate this. I hate the fact that Mommy is never home anymore

By Ariella Schiller

“In his presence, you felt his concern and his warmth toward every single Jew no matter what”

By Dov Bin Nun