Jr. Feature
The strangest, oldest, and most crucial supplies for your education

By Leeba Leichtman

Earth to Zalmi
I’ll be sitting on a spaceship for five days until I reach Boruch’s planet

By Faigy Gut

Story Time
The girl then told them another secret. The key to the chest was hidden with her when the pirates attacked

By Y. Bromberg

Win or Lose
It seemed strange but wonderful that this little boy, Yitzy Levinson, cared more about lonely old Mr. Greenbaum than he did about winning any prize

By Chaim Finkelstein

50 Reasons
I don’t love the idea of writing in a journal. I do enough writing at school, so why is my mother giving me extra homework?

By Ariella Stern

Eye on Europe
President Trump is looking to pry the United Kingdom out of Brussels’s orbit on everything from trade to foreign policy

By Gedalia Guttentag

Teen Feature
“Personally, I feel everyone should be competing against themselves, not against each other"

By Sarah Einhorn

A Few Minutes With
“I did not leave my meeting with Abbas highly energized that he is eager to engage in peace talks”

By Omri Nahmias

Teen Fiction
“Role models, my foot. This kid is obsessed, and somebody has to tell her to find friends her own age!”

By Chevy Kepecs

Metro & Beyond
In Albany, the state capital, there’s a tale of two bridges

By Yochonon Donn

Family First Feature
Many schools teach the what; Sara Devora Chrysler teaches the why

By Shoshana R. Meiri