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Jess Daninhirsch

Jess Daninhirsch, Junior Photography Editor

Following her stint as the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the NAEye last year, Jess Daninhirsch is ecstatic about being the Junior Photography Editor and a staff writer this year on The Uproar. Jess dreams of becoming a journalist and a photographer one day and documenting the world. Outside of school, Jess actively participates in BBYO, an international Jewish teen movement (at which she is a correspondent for their international newsletter, The Shofar), and loves to contribute to her Jewish community. She enjoys making art, playing music, dancing, and playing with her two dogs.

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Friday's lockdown shed light on areas for improvement regarding NASH safety and security.

A Lesson in the Lockdown

June 8, 2021

At approximately 8:05 AM on Friday, June 4 (the seniors’ last day of school), NASH was ordered into lockdown due to an unidentified person entering the school. I was in gym class at the time, and the...

Summer is quickly approaching, so it's time to incorporate some cheerful tunes into your playlists.

[Photo] Summer 2021 Playlist

June 8, 2021

Summer is quickly approaching, so it's time to incorporate some cheerful tunes into your playlists.

The album art for

A Review of OK Orchestra

April 26, 2021

AJR, the band made up of the three New York native brothers Adam, Jack, and Ryan Metzger, has released their fourth album, OK Orchestra, on March 26, 2021. This brilliant band of brothers got their start...

The t-shirt and tote bag that was passed out to J-Serve participants

Spread Love, Not Germs

April 15, 2021

“One of the most valuable things you can do when you volunteer is to not only make the world a better place on your own, but to allow and encourage others to do the same.” This is the mentality...

A small, life-size figure of Roberto Clemente outside of the Clemente Museum

A Pittsburgh Wall Crawl

April 9, 2021

Whenever I travel, I love to scope out some of the best murals and pieces of public art wherever I go and find them on a wall crawl. However, despite living here my entire life, I have never done a wall...

A photograph of my family's unconventional ceramic seder plate for Passover.

Maybe Next Year in Person?

March 27, 2021

“Next year in Jerusalem? Maybe not likely. At the very least, next year in person.”  That’s what we said last year. Looks like we have to say the same thing again this year. The Jewish holiday...

Continuation of Culture: Faiz Iqbal

Continuation of Culture: Faiz Iqbal

March 19, 2021

Similar to Sushmita Rajan, who was featured in the last installment of the Continuation of Culture series, NASH senior Faiz Iqbal is always in search of ways to keep his culture alive. Iqbal hails from...

As NASH students transition to full time in-person instruction, chorus students are also regaining a bit of normalcy.

It’s Good to Hear Your Voice

March 3, 2021

Music programs across the country have been among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Singing and playing instruments has been difficult because of the use of masks and the risk of spreading the...

From left to right: Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge), Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.), Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree)

A Review of “One Night in Miami”

February 22, 2021

Disclaimer: This movie is rated R for language. Viewer discretion is advised. If you took four of the most prominent Black men in 1964 and put them all in one motel room, could you imagine the conversations...

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