Teen Feature
In honor of Tu B’Shevat, we set off to explore new worlds behind the fruit we eat

By Devorah Grant and Rochel Samet

Movin on Up
Chaya,19, knows exactly what she doesn’t want, but what in the world does she want?

By Shaina Keren

Teen Fiction
“I know what you’re worried about, okay? I know and you know and let’s clean up”

By Chaya Rosen

Double Dance
"Devory told the girls in her clique to give you the silent treatment today”

By Bracha Rosman

Out of Step
"I’m sorry I didn’t notice. And I’m sorry you’ve felt so alone in all of this”

By Ariella Schiller

Shooting Stars
In the sea of faces, there is no one who knows. Knows how much I put into this, knows how much I grew. Knows what I’m going through

By Shira Gold

5 Things to Know About
It’s really no different than telling someone in a wheelchair that she should move faster because she’s in your way.
Open Mic
How far should composers go to compromise their artistic vision to respond to popular demands and tastes?

By Dovid Nulman

Personal Accounts
It may have been  a seemingly small act of kindness, but it took root and grew tall: 17 readers share stories of giving the pick-me-up

By Family First Contributors

Shul with a View
I was surrounded by over five thousand men devoted to making sure no Jew feels alone

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Moving Forward
"I ask You to please accept what I feel is my mesirus nefesh. Please help me through the process and be with me. I can’t do it alone”

By Estie Samson


By Esty Heller

Connect Two
"Your mantra should be ‘what’s under the iceberg?’ That will keep you tuned in”

By D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer