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Mr. Hartman Comes to Tarbut: an Interview

Mr. Hartman Comes to Tarbut: an Interview

January 30, 2018


Filed under Audio, Lions' Den

Mr. Hartman Comes to TVT: an Interview Elianna Stivi   https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MbW2S9jZ6Qgaw-fdYbDHUu-demPjHqHW Elianna:  Hello Mr. Hartman.  I Have a few questions for you.  Firstly, why did you come to TVT?   Mr. Hartman:  It is a really interesting question. You know, wh...

Columbus Day: Is it Worth Celebrating?

Avi Kister

October 30, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

There has been escalating controversy over the annual celebration of Columbus Day. We all know Christopher Columbus as the man who first discovered the Americas, ultimately leading to the colonization of America by European countries and eventually the emergence of the USA. Living in the discovered ...

A Short History of Purim

A Short History of Purim

March 9, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

Every year in Jewish tradition, we read Megilah Esther, a story in the Torah about a young women, appropriately named Esther, who becomes the Queen of Persia and saves the Jewish people from being killed on the 14th of Adar by a man named Haman. Because Esther saved the Jewish people, we host a celeb...

Hamilton:Warrior.Scholar.Hero.Rapper?

Hamilton:Warrior.Scholar.Hero.Rapper?

Daniel B., Middle School Co-editor

November 13, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

"Hamilton", a broadway musical, is making its way to becoming a world known musical.  With its clever wording in its songs, it depicts the story of a founding father’s life and how he helped in the revolution. Originally a parody for a biography on Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow, Lin-Manuel Miranda...

The History Of Memes

The History Of Memes

Elianna S., Staff Writer

September 24, 2015


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

Memes A meme, according to Dictionary.com, (pronounced meem) is a cultural item in the form of an image, video, phrase, etc., that is spread via the Internet and often altered in a creative or humorous way. The word meme comes from the book The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins who abbreviated th...

Why AP Euro is Worth Taking

Why AP Euro is Worth Taking

Ariana A-D, Assistant Copy Editor

April 29, 2015


Filed under Lions' Den

The AP European History course has a well-known reputation of consuming the time of those who dare to take it. Tests occur frequently, the pace is fast, and the homework load rarely feels light. But in spite of the blood, sweat, and tears that inevitably come with staying in the class, AP Euro will also...

History of Girl Scout Cookies

Victoria Turner, Middle School Staff Writer

January 30, 2015


Filed under Middle School, TVT Trends

It’s Girl Scout Cookie time! Girl Scout Cookie sales started on Sunday, January 25th and sales have been blooming ever since. The business of Girl Scout Cookies was founded by Juliette Gordon Low, who initiated the cookie sales as a way for Girl Scouts to be self-reliant and fund their own activities....

History? More Like HERstory

Orlane H., Middle School Staff Writer

October 23, 2014


Filed under Middle School

Ms. Bicknell, one of TVT's new history teachers, has many interesting traits. Did you know that Ms. Bicknell: -Worked for five years at Rialto Unified School district? -Used to be a lifeguard and swim instructor? -Has two degrees from Chapman University, one in English and one in Film? -Loves...

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