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Staples students celebrate passover amid COVID-19

Jake Gersh ’21 April 4, 2021

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As the number of vaccinations continues to increase, many families felt it was safe to gather for a Passover seder. Some came together in-person, while others met through Zoom. There are many traditions that are celebrated during the seder, one being having a Seder plate like the one pictured above.

Families gather for Passover celebration

Abbie Goldstein ’22, Paper Features Editor March 31, 2021

Holidays are a time for family members to come together and enjoy each other’s presence, but the COVID-19 pandemic has changed that. In April of 2020, most families conducted Passover seders over Zoom...

Due to the current pandemic, families will be celebrating Passover Seder with family and participating in traditional services virtually, utilizing platforms like Zoom.

Passover during pandemic: virtual Seders strengthen community

Remy Teltser ’21, Paper Features Editor April 13, 2020

Smells of brisket and matzah ball soup fill the house. The table is set with Elijah’s cup and the traditional Seder plate, a set of eight symbolic foods that help in recounting the story of Passover....

Passover recipes: Matza

Passover recipes: Matza

April 8, 2018

By Kaya Leitner '19  

A survival guide for the Kosher for Passover

A survival guide for the Kosher for Passover

Caroline Cohen, Managing Editor April 8, 2015

As an admitted pasta-obsessor, Passover can be quite the struggle for me. The holiday that commemorates the Jewish people’s escape from Egypt and into freedom also involves an eight-day period where...

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