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Four years of Fresh Ink for Teens made me a confident writer and affirmed my commitment to Judaism.

The tale of a red lollipop and a trip to the Garden of Eden from the dentist's chair.

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Senior Stories

Two members of the Class of 2015 write about their most empowering (and most embarrassing) moments. 

Tooting My Own Horn

I gave up playing a musical instrument — until I walked into beginning band my freshman year. 

Fresh Ink For Me

Four years of Fresh Ink for Teens made me a confident writer and affirmed my commitment to Judaism.  

A Chipped Tooth

The tale of a red lollipop and a trip to the Garden of Eden from the dentist's chair.