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In today’s society, environmental matters are very prevalent. Whether it be the growing fear of climate change, increasing concerns about plastic being thrown into the ocean, or the mounting challenges of acid rain, air and noise pollution and waste disposal, more people are starting to real…

Which teams will face each other in the next play-off round and who will be in the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2? Ohr Chadash Teen Page staff writer Jordan Eisen handicaps the remaining teams below. Eisen is the author of a sports blog at https://fieldofvisionsports.blogspot.com.

“JewishGirlProbs” is an Instagram page known internationally for its funny and relatable content. Begun by Aly Silverberg, a Reform Jew from Toronto, Canada, the account has amassed a whopping 34.2K followers, and is a place of community for a variety of people with different backgrounds. Ho…

How important is it for someone to “like” your social media posts? Ohr Chadash posed that question and some others regarding social media to several St. Louis area Jewish teens and here’s what we found:

Meet Lili Toledano, senior at Ladue Horton Watkins High School, member of Congregation Shaare Emeth and board member for the Reform Jewish Youth Movement (NFTY). Lili also is the founder and president of her school’s fishing club and a group leader of the Jewish Community Relations Council’s…

Studying abroad is becoming increasingly popular among high school teens in America. While this experience allows students to learn about a different culture as they go to school elsewhere, it also means living thousands of miles from home for months at a time. That alone can be enough to pu…

For teens all around the world, friendships can be defined by the relative proximity to each other, similar interests and other social aspects. In short, friends become friends for a reason. And while not as commonly recognized, religious identity is a large connection point that Jewish teen…

The Jewish High Holidays begin with Rosh Hashanah and extend through the end of Sukkot, encompassing a month-long holiday season peppered with days that many Jews spend in services and with their families.  Many of these holidays are little known to non-Jews, which can make it very difficult…

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