The Rainbow Girl
She could handle fudge sundaes, but having a conversation here would be super-awkward. What if one of her friends turned up? What if Etty came in?

By Rochel (Grunewald) Samet

Teen Feature
According to many teens who love volunteering, once you’re in, you’re attached

By Ruchy Padwa

Movin on Up
Well, I think we have a deal! Real college, real business, real me

By Shaina Keren

DMCs
If they get scared or if someone bothers them, they can’t yell out or complain or say what they want. But enough about what they can’t do

By Leah Greenburg

Friendship
Would you rather be part of a large chevreh or have one special best friend? Many teens have asked themselves this question

By Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS

Teen Fiction
I felt like most of my energy was being sapped by Nechami and wondered if it was fair to the rest of the girls

By Malky Cope

Close Call
It was nice being around my old friend. It was comfortable and familiar. And most of all, normal

By Devoiry Braunstein

Text Messages
A history course, taught in one short sentence

By Eytan Kobre

Shul with a View
Most of all, however, Rabbi Trenk was full of love

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Family First Feature
Deep in the French countryside, Mrs. Ruth Becker stayed one step ahead of the Nazis

By Riki Goldstein

LifeTakes
I was shocked by that scream, and in that moment I knew that Bubby was human — and I could be human, too

By Leah Wachsler

News In Depth
Sometimes it takes a trip to the heavens to appreciate G-d’s handiwork on Earth. That’s what the Apollo 11 crew — the first men to step on the Moon — realized 50 years ago

By Esther Ilana Rabi

Washington Wrap
It depends on whom you ask

By Omri Nahmias