community. He therefore enthusiastically responded that he would love to be part of this incredible new type of Frisch publication. Since the paper's conception, more and more students have been asking us to be part of the newsletter team. I believe, and I'm sure that many will soon agree, that this will become thestrongest newsletter in Frisch history.
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Andy Agus Andy Agus
Mind Behind Frisch Bits
2011 Frisch Club Fair
On Wednesday, September 21, Frisch held its annual ClubFair showcasing the various co-curricular activities that theschool offers. At this event, each club or team has a smallstation at which students can learn about the various clubsand sign up to receive information regarding tryouts andmeetings. The Club Fair is an excellent way for clubs toattract new members to participate. Rabbi Staum, the faculty member in charge of co-curricular activities, explains that"Club Fair is a chance to give students exposure to Frischlife outside of the classroom. It is a way to get kids involvedand give them a taste of the various opportunities they have
Remembering 9/1110 Year Anniversary
Everyone is aware of the terrorist attacks on the World TradeCenter, and has heard stories of both horrifying tragedy andmiraculous survival. Not all, however, have heard an actual recountby a survivor from one of the towers. A few weeks ago, on theMonday after the 10th anniversary of 9/11, Frisch's own RabbiRussell Moskowitz, a survivor from Tower 2, addressed all theFrisch students and faculty. He described how unreal it was to have felt completely safe andcalm at one moment, and utter chaos in the next. He also spoke of heroic actions taken by many people inside the burning towers. For