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TVT Problems

TVT Problems

Reva Greenbaum, Editor-In-Chief

September 3, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

When there are more supporters for our opposing team… at our home games. #TVTProblems When one row of parking spots is called “the senior lot” and is able to fit every single senior’s car. #TVTProblems Hallway Coachella on a Thursday night. #TVTProblems When you wake up in...

Teachers Leaving

Teachers Leaving

Ariana Apostol-Dooley, Athletics' Co-Editor

May 14, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

As both teachers and students bid adieu to the Class of 2014, the student and faculty will also be saying goodbye to some of the most beloved staff on campus. The TVT community will be losing Mr. Fowler, its Middle School Principal, Mrs. Bubis, 9th Grade Jewish Studies teacher and ASB Advisor, and Mr....

5 Tips to Make the Most Out of Your College Tour

5 Tips to Make the Most Out of Your College Tour

Reva Greenbaum

May 8, 2014


Filed under Lions' Den, TVT Trends, Uncategorized

College touring is one of the most essential parts of the college application process for high school students, particularly late juniors and early seniors. College tours serve as precursors; where you go, what you see, and how you feel determines where you apply and potentially where you could spend...

Child Gets Birthday Surprise of 2.2 Million Friends

Child Gets Birthday Surprise of 2.2 Million Friends

Yadin B., Entertainment Co-Editor

April 8, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

Throughout every young child’s life, 360 days they would wait in order to celebrate their birthday and get presents galore. Honestly, who doesn’t like it when their birthday comes around? This is but no exception for young Colin Cunningham from Kalamazoo, Michigan. Unfortunately, from a young age, ...

New Year, New Schedule

New Year, New Schedule

Kayla Taft, Contributing Writer

April 7, 2014


Filed under Lions' Den, TVT Trends

As many of us know, TVT will be implementing a block schedule starting next school year. There are conflicting opinions about this change, and there are definitely pros and cons to a block schedule. Junior Sophie K. said, “I think that the new block schedule is good preparation for college classes,...

Polar Vortex 2014 Freezes Western Hemisphere… except California

Polar Vortex 2014 Freezes Western Hemisphere… except California

Michelle Voronel, The Lions' Den Editor

April 7, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

When one thinks of  California, the first thoughts that come to his or her mind are the laid back vibe, the chill surfers of Southern California, and of course, the "year-round, everlasting, perfect weather". Although this is true to some extent, the polar vortex of early 2014 clearly disproves the supposed...

TVT Problems

TVT Problems

Reva Greenbaum, Athletics' Co-Editor

April 2, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

-       When the Purim Shpiel is more scandalous than Mr. Tarbut. #TVTProblems -       Snow Day this year. #TVTProblems -       When you get above a B on a Miller test. #TVTProblems -       When you need to continuously explain to out-of-school people why your ACT/SAT...

Reality TVt is Coming Your Way

Reality TVt is Coming Your Way

Ariana Apostol-Doodle, Athletics' Co-Editor

March 11, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

It’s official: Tarbut V’Torah will have its own reality TV show beginning in the fall. This is the TVT that students will be introduced to beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. Imagine: You walk into the hallways, wading through the sea of students in desperate search of your locker before the 7...

Random Names for Random Things

Random Names for Random Things

Yadin B., Entertainment Co-Editor

March 11, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

As we go through our everyday life, we never tend to look at some of the more minuscule details that are out there. For instance, every day you put on your shoes, right? Did you know that the plastic part at the end of your shoelace has a name? Yup! It’s called an aglet. Or how about something you see e...

I.L.F.L. Recognizes “Banana” as an Official Language

I.L.F.L. Recognizes “Banana” as an Official Language

Yadin B., Entertainment Co-Editor

March 5, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

This just in! After months of consideration and protest, the International League of Foreign Languages (ILFL) has finally recognized ‘Banana’ as an official language! Based off of the hit box office movie Despicable Me, the Banana language, spoken by the Minions, has overwhelmed the greater popul...

Advice That Isn’t Really Advice At All

Advice That Isn’t Really Advice At All

Michelle Voronel, Lions' Den Editor

March 3, 2014


Filed under TVT Trends

One thing that’s pretty apparent in humans is that most of us are really, really bad at giving each other advice. When we see someone in need of help, we tend to spew out generic responses that we have definitely heard before; whether we got them from someone else, said them ourselves, or just some...

High School Student of the Month: Alyssa H.

High School Student of the Month: Alyssa H.

Ronnie Hecht, Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2013


Filed under TVT Trends

Senior Alyssa H. has recently been awarded the highest honor in Girl Scouting, the Gold Award. To get this award, Alyssa had to design her own program that impacts the community and is both global and sustainable. The Gold Award requires a big effort and Alyssa spent over a year on this project, knowi...

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