My boys, my champions

I could feel the energy the second we stepped off the bus onto Beth Tfiloh’s campus in Baltimore. Greeted with a banner, each Yavneh Academy student piled into the building, a smile on every single face. Everyone was highly anticipating this year’s Weiner Tournament, as each year seemed to be better than the next...

Faith: a poem

Confidence in one's values becomes even more crucial in the world outside the walls of Yavneh Academy of Dallas. I wrote this piece while discovering that pride, especially in regards to Judaism.

Freedom: a poem

Poetic rhymes and passionate lines combine to form this outstanding, emotional piece by sophomore, Jamie Perkins '20.

I see a global Jewish bond at IC

Feb. 15-19, thousands of teenagers from across the globe met in Orlando, FL at BBYO's 2018 International Convention.

Ari’s Angle: Trump’s wall

As President Trump began his rise to presidency in the summer of 2015, liberals have repeatedly attacked him for wanting to build “a wall.” They deemed this vision as racist and xenophobic. Trump got the same reaction during his last speech to Congress when he brought up the “point-based immigration system..."