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Hevria Writers Reflect On The Pittsburgh Shooting

By On October 30, 2018

As we mourn the tragedy in Pittsburgh, we come together to express our pain through a collection of poetry and short essays. Come join us.… Read More


Hevria Reflects On The Muslim Ban

By On June 28, 2018

Four Hevria writers channel their feelings about the Muslim ban through their writing.… Read More


How To Freak People Out Without Even Trying

By On June 3, 2018

A weird learning disability, odd discussion topics, and more: I freak people out.… Read More


Healing Poems, Thoughts, And Suggestions

By On May 6, 2018

Revelations through summer camp, mu shu vegetables, and cheap sunglasses.… Read More


Artificial Intelligence Wrote This

By On April 19, 2018

What would happen if I took the past month of Hevria articles and use it as the source text to create something new?… Read More


Irrevocable: Four Short Poems

By On December 25, 2017

Adamantine insistence, persistence, this existence. … Read More


Haikus! Why Not? Hello Again, Fourth Grade!

By On October 22, 2017

Haikus that touch the heart of my passions and my quest for answers and fun.… Read More


An Artistic Reply To The Violence In Las Vegas

By On October 3, 2017

Sometime it is not enough to cry alone. In this post, Hevria's writers join together in mournful creativity to grieve over the horrific attack in Las Vegas.… Read More


I Am Rachel, And I Have Questions

By On March 17, 2015

Rachel exposes herself as she never has before. Through poetry, photography, and an essay, Rachel exposes her fears and journey towards Jewish observance.… Read More


A Poetic Reply To Today’s Terror Attacks

By On November 18, 2014

A set of poems and thoughts written by some of Hevria's writers in reaction to the terror attack that took five lives in a Jerusalem synagogue today.… Read More

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