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Please, Stop Staring at My Stomach!

by Rachel Cohen (Philadelphia, PA)

Recently, a woman in our community gave me a gift of esrog jelly. She felt that this gift would be a catalyst for me to become pregnant and have a child. 744 more words

American Jewry

Why Did The Stateline Area Lose Two Boys Volleyball Teams

The Stateline area lost two boys volleyball programs this past school year, Rockford Lutheran and Rockford Keith, both private schools.  The loss of those two programs leaves the Stateline with just eight schools competing in the sport, all members of the NIC 10. 847 more words

RRD 9- Space, Identity and Ownership On the Internet and Social Media

We enter into a strange time, in which an individual could simultaneously exist within the public and private sphere- unknowingly. Social media is a peculiar phenomena through which humans have the capacity to enter closed, demarcated space through which they may share details of their personal lives and experiences- with varying degrees of intimacy- in such a way that information intended for a specified audience of peers can also be transmitted, intentionally or unintentionally, to strangers. 1,231 more words

RRD

Private vs. Public

There is an odd distinction in modern politics: Private vs. Public. The assumption seems to be that if the “government” runs something, it is public, whereas when “private citizens” or groups of “private citizens” run something, it is private. 211 more words

The Common Good

Coming Out to Your Teammates: Private Schools

It is impossible to state that an LGBT athlete will experience a particular reaction for coming out in a private or Catholic school in contrast to a public school. 346 more words

Public Vs. Private

Coming Out to Your Team: Private Schools

It is impossible to state that an LGBT athlete will experience a particular reaction for coming out in a private or Catholic school in contrast to a public school. 348 more words

Public Vs. Private

Our Transition from Private to Public School

by Llew B.

Make no mistake, parents are having tough conversations about school choices this time of year. It was no different for my family last fall when discussing options for my daughter, who at the time was in 8th grade and beginning her 6th and final year at a parochial school in Bowie. 1,187 more words

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