Breakthrough is the Ramaz science and technology publication. Students contribute articles on science-related issues that reflect their particular interests, opinions, and hobbies. Four to six issues are published each year. Students are invited to contribute articles on current events in science, new developments in applied technology, as well as ethical issues that they may raise. Students meet about once a week.
To view BREAKTHROUGH SPRING 2019, please click HERE.
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Lenore Brachot
The Illuminations Torah publication series consists of Chanukah Illuminations, Purim Illusions, and Yom Ha'Atzmaut Aspirations. It consists of short essays written by students, relating the themes of these three holidays. In addition, the publication is illuminated by artwork and photos prepared by students. The student editors and faculty advisor prepare this collection for publication in an aesthetically appealing and intellectually intriguing manner.
To view ILLUMINATIONS FALL 2017, please click HERE.
Faculty Advisory: Ms. Miriam Krupka
Likrat Shabbat is a weekly publication that includes divrei Torah as well as Israel-related items of interest. Students and faculty write for the issues both in Hebrew and English. With access to the Internet and world wide web, the staff of Likrat Shabbat is able to offer its readers interesting Jewish tidbits from around the world. If you are interested in publishing divrei Torah or keeping people informed about Jewish topics, there is a place for you in Likrat Shabbat.
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Tammie Senders
Parallax is the Ramaz writing club and literary magazine. At meetings we hold creative writing workshops, during which we write, read, and gently critique student poetry and prose. Parallax publishes an annual literary magazine, in addition to a creative writing section in the yearbook.
Our magazine has won the gold medal from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for the past five years. In addition, for the past two years, we have won the Silver Crown Award, an honor earned by only nine high school literary magazines in the country. Parallax also helps to run the annual Celebration of the Arts night. Members often read their work aloud for this evening. Writers address the club once or twice a year, and members of the club attend public poetry readings. For anyone who loves to write, but never has the time or discipline, Parallax provides a writing home and just the little push you may need.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Edith Honig
Ramblings is Ramaz's current events magazine. Anything happening NOW is raw material for Rambling's great writers. Whether political, sport-related, or just relevant, it goes in the Ramblings magazine. Ramblings has high standards for its publication, but welcomes all writers, for it won't be long until they've mastered their craft like the rest of the Ramblings crew.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gerald Zeitchik
RamPage, the school newspaper, provides an opportunity for fun and experience in research and writing. The paper includes articles on school news, opinion pieces, and news on Israel. Members are encouraged to develop article ideas, discuss current events, and improve writing techniques; everyone gets a chance to write an article. Students can also help out with the design of the paper. Five to seven issues are published each year. RamPage is for anyone interested in journalism, research, design, or current events. To view the latest RamPage, click HERE.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Steve Milowitz
Rise Magazine is a creative arts and culture magazine founded by two Ramaz students, Moselle Kleiner '17 and Tamar Sidi '17. A seasonal online and print magazine, Rise presents the way Ramaz students experience and are influenced by the rich culture of New York City. Art in all its forms from paint, photography, poetry, art reviews of exhibitions, fashion, music, and more are included in the magazine.
To view RISE MAGAZINE FALL 2017, click HERE.
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Rachel Rabhan and Ms. Barbara Abramson
Sports Report is the Ramaz magazine related to all things sports. Professional or college, high school or Olympic, playoffs or fantasy, anything is fair game. Articles include serious analytical breakdowns of students’ favorite teams and players, as well as spoofs and goofs about Ramaz students. Any article related to any sport, Ramaz or otherwise, is invited.
To view SPORTS REPORT FALL 2018, click HERE.
Faculty Advisor: Mr. Rafi Blumenthal, a die-hard Boston fan
Tosses is the only all-Hebrew student publication at the Ramaz Upper School. We feature articles about politics, technology, culture, and anything Israeli. We welcome all writers to come and join.
To view TOSSES SPRING 2018, click HERE.
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Ada Maccabee
XeVeX, the Ramaz Math Magazine, explores and reports on mathematical ideas and news. Students have an opportunity to write about mathematical concepts and submit them to a quarterly issue which includes a puzzle section, as well as a section devoted to conceptual articles. Meetings are occasional and usually short in length. If more help is required, a faculty adviser or one of the editors is always an email away. We hope to have an even more successful year than last year, so come and see how you can contribute to XeVeX.
To view XeVex FALL 2018, please click HERE.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Fabio Nironi
Working on the yearbook is an exciting and fulfilling experience. The yearbook employs creative and journalistic style writing, as well as graphic arts. Editors select the yearbook theme and cover design. The entire staff is involved in the brainstorming for article ideas and the layout style. The yearbook seeks to create a memory of the entire school year in an informative and fun format.
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Rachel Rabhan
A student written report on the progress of the RamTEC department, a mandatory class for grades 9, 10, and 11 - with three TEC electives available to seniors - devoted to the principles of coding and engineering through hands on experiences, labs, and project based learning.
Click HERE to read the latest edition of RamTEC.