Published Work

SchoolBook and the NYTLEV  for the New York Times

http://query.nytimes.com/search/sitesearch/#/hadas+goshen

 

SchoolBook for the NY Times (now managed by WNYC):

A Swinging Time at P.S. 75

 Hadas GoshenDecember 2, 2011, 4:19 p.m.

Music was thumping and ropes were whizzing across the gymnasium of Public School 75 Emily Dickinson on Friday morning, where champion double dutch jump-rope teams from Japan performed to honor the school’s latest health and exercise initiatives.

Jane Addams H.S. Students Fear They Lack Credits to Graduate

Anna M. Phillips and Hadas GoshenDecember 1, 2011, 4:03 p.m.

The chances that a student at the Jane Addams High School for Academic Careers would cross the finish line to graduation in four years were already poor, but seniors said they have now been told of a new obstacle: a credit problem that could cost some of them their diplomas in June.

Mentors and Students Go on a Hunt

Hadas GoshenNovember 5, 2011, 10:00 a.m.

Students from the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation met on Friday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a scavenger hunt with their mentors from the private sector in a program organized by PENCIL.

Before the Marathon, Students Run in Central Park

Hadas GoshenNovember 3, 2011, 4:48 p.m.

A few days before the New York City Marathon, 1,000 young people took part in a run in Central Park. Some of their teachers said training for the run served as physical education for their schools.

Students and Teachers Are Furious Over High School Scheduling Mess

Anna M. Phillips and Hadas GoshenOctober 28, 2011, 6:48 p.m.

Administrators met with parents and teachers at Long Island City High School on Friday to try to address frustrations over a problem that left many students with entirely new schedules, two months into the school year.

At High School Fairs, Many Choices and a Few Worries

Hadas Goshen and Chelsia Rose Marcius October 24, 2011, 10:57 p.m.

Middle school students in New York City had another opportunity over the weekend to look over the city’s high schools, this time at borough high school fairs, to try to narrow down the choices for their application ballots. SchoolBook asked students (and parents and teachers) at the fair how the search had gone so far, and for advice to give to others.

Parents Speak Out Against a Charter Proposed for Brooklyn

Hadas GoshenOctober 14, 2011, 2:28 p.m.

Parents and members of the Community Education Council District 15 met to discuss a charter school proposed for Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, that would be housed in the same building used by Math and Science Exploratory School 447 and students of the Brooklyn High School for the Arts.

How We Got Here: Countdown to the Layoffs

Hadas Goshen and Claire LambrechtOctober 7, 2011, 1:53 p.m.

Parent and community coordinators, family workers and school aides are expected to lose their jobs on Friday, in the largest layoff at a single agency since Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg took office in 2002. Here are the decisions and events that brought the city to this moment.

From Poetry and Hip-Hop to Literacy and College

Hadas GoshenOctober 3, 2011, 4:28 p.m.

A week-long conference at New York University includes a series of workshops celebrating the use of spoken word poetry and Hip Hop as a means to educate and advocate for young people, by young people.

Chelsea Clinton Pays a Visit to a Healthy School

Hadas GoshenSeptember 23, 2011, 6:14 p.m.

Chelsea Clinton, the former president’s daughter, visited Suydam Public School 123 in Brooklyn to recognize their efforts in promoting a healthy lifestyle and fighting child obesity. It was also the school’s 110th

At Crowded High Schools, Students Learn to Cope. And Some Even Like It.

Claire Lambrecht and Hadas GoshenSeptember 23, 2011, 7:23 a.m.

Students at Herbert H. Lehman High School in the Bronx and at Benjamin N. Cardozo High School in Queens, both overcrowded schools, said they had to get to class early to make sure they found a seat; hallways were so packed that it was sometimes difficult to get to class on time; and physical education classes could be large. In interviews outside of their schools on Thursday, here is what the students said life was like in their schools — both the good and the bad.

Art Sprouts Up At a School Construction Site

Hadas GoshenSeptember 15, 2011, 6:33 p.m.

A construction site was turned into a lush landscape today when a visiting artist and students unveiled an outdoor art exhibit on East 57th Street, in anticipation of the arrival next year of the High School of Art and Design.

In O, the Oprah Magazine

http://www.oprah.com/book/Mr-Fox-by-Helen-Oyeyemi 

picked up by CNN.com

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News & Culture Articles:

From Local Artists, Help for Japan

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A group of local Japanese artists have designed a logo – emblazoned with the words “Love Save Japan” – to draw attention to the crisis in Japan and which has already helped raise thousands of dollars for the relief effort.

5 Questions With | Moishe Perl

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

During Passover – when eating bread and other leavened products is prohibited – what’s a Jewish baker to do? Five questions with Moishe Perl.

April 7, 2011, 1:00 PM

Conversation | Fanning the Flames

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

Pondering the place of civility on the Internet.

March 23, 2011, 12:00 PM

Doggie Dental

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A video of the dental services for animals provided at St. Marks Veterinary Hospital.

March 18, 2011, 10:00 AM

A Pollution Concern from Heating Oils

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

Last month’s expanded smoking ban may have irritated city dwellers, but environmentalists say that another pollutant continues to fill the air: the soot from the 9,000 buildings in Manhattan that use No. 4 and 6 heating oil.

April 19, 2011, 2:00 PM

East Village Teachers, Admins Stay Cool

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

East Village teachers stay calm in the face of threatened layoffs as they await the outcome of attempts to amend “first in, last out” legislation which may affect some local schools disproportionately.

February 14, 2011, 12:00 PM

For Couples, The Gift of Conversation

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

For some couples, Valentine’s Day provides a chance for them to demonstrate their affection through therapy and counseling sessions.

February 3, 2011, 2:30 PM

As Birds Return, Collisions A Concern

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

With an uptick in sightings of red-tailed hawks in the East Village, conservationists are concerned about the dangers posed by manmade perils such as birds colliding with buildings.

March 18, 2011, 10:00 AM

A Pollution Concern from Heating Oils

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

Last month’s expanded smoking ban may have irritated city dwellers, but environmentalists say that another pollutant continues to fill the air: the soot from the 9,000 buildings in Manhattan that use No. 4 and 6 heating oil.

“The Day” Daily Local News Blog Round-ups:

The Day | Weekend Events In Bloom

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

May 5, 2011, 10:00 AM

The Day | On Marts and Markets

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

May 4, 2011, 10:00 AM

The Day | Driving Up Rent

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

May 3, 2011, 10:00 AM

The Day | Looking Ahead

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

March 18, 2011, 9:00 AM

The Day | On Budgets and Murals

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

March 17, 2011, 9:00 AM

The Day | N.Y.U. Revises Tower Plan

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square and KIM DAVIS, East Village

A roundup of news articles and blogposts related to the East Village.

March 15, 2011, 10:00 AM

Liquor License Opposed for Venue

By HADAS GOSHEN, 20 Cooper Square

The State Liquor Authority Committee of Community Board 3 on Monday night refused to endorse a liquor license for a proposed music and restaurant space at 34 Avenue A.

Berkeley’s The Daily Californian

http://archive.dailycal.org/search.php?searchType=article&author=Hadas+Goshen

With an article picked up by CNN.com

Restaurant on Telegraph to Move Due to Finan…
Tuesday, Feb 17, 2009 | 12:15 am | By Hadas Goshen
Mexican food and music filled Mario’s La Fiesta as the restaurant celebrated its 50th anniversary Sunday. However, the festivities came with an announcement tha…
Budget Cuts Take Toll on Arts Departments
Sunday, Feb 8, 2009 | 11:51 pm | By Hadas Goshen
When fourth-year art practice major Cesar Valdez planned his class schedule for this semester, he was dismayed to find only two painting classes offered in the…
UC Berkeley Student Wins Microsoft Dorm Room …
Monday, Feb 2, 2009 | 2:32 am | By Hadas Goshen
When UC Berkeley sophomore Janet Lee received the news that she had won Microsoft’s “Digital Dorm Room” contest, her initial reaction was to delete the e-mail a…
Mapping Out Berkeley Slang
Wednesday, Aug 20, 2008 | 10:52 pm | By Hadas Goshen
So you’ve made it to UC Berkeley, one of the top public schools in the nation, one of the best universities in the world-and you’re feeling pretty sure of yours…
Invisibility Cloak Moves From Fantasy to Pote…
Thursday, Aug 14, 2008 | 1:00 am | By Hadas Goshen
Whispers of a potential invisibility cloak are floating among the labs of UC Berkeley researchers, and contrary to notions of fact and fantasy, these are not t…
Students Use Solar to Heat Guatemalan Househ…
Monday, Aug 4, 2008 | 1:06 am | By Hadas Goshen
In spring 2007, UC Berkeley Energy and Resources Group professor Ashok Gadgil challenged students in his Design for Sustainable Communities class to come up wit…
One Berkeley Starbucks to Close in Midst of N…
Wednesday, Jul 23, 2008 | 11:22 pm | By Hadas Goshen
As one of the trendiest brand names in America, it’s no surprise that Starbucks is keeping with a current national trend. The company experienced a disappointin…
Thousands Across UC Leave Work For Picket Lin…
Thursday, Jul 17, 2008 | 12:17 am | By Hadas Goshen
Today marks the fourth day of a strike by thousands of UC system employees, leaving the campus unable to perform many of its basic services. While many of UC B…
Restaurants Deal With Rising Food Costs
Wednesday, Jul 9, 2008 | 11:47 pm | By Hadas Goshen
The soaring cost of food worldwide has forced many Berkeley restaurants to raise their menu prices, leaving business owners feeling uncertain about how customer…
Scientist Ushered in New Biology Field
Thursday, Jul 3, 2008 | 12:11 am | By Hadas Goshen
Renowned molecular biologist and UC Berkeley professor emeritus Gunther Stent died of pneumonia near his Pennsylvania home on June 12. He was 84. Stent is reco…
G.I. Bill Would Increase Federal College Fund…
Wednesday, Jun 25, 2008 | 11:34 pm | By Hadas Goshen
For newly graduated UC Berkeley anthropology major Brannely Turpen, the initial intimidation of transitioning from the Marine Corps to student life diminished a…
Tree-Sit Continues Two Days After Ruling
Friday, Jun 20, 2008 | 2:46 pm | By Hadas Goshen
The excitement surrounding the oak grove adjacent to UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium began to dwindle yesterday, a day after Alameda Superior Court Judge Barbara…
Members of Peace and Freedom Party Given Non-…
Sunday, Jun 15, 2008 | 11:38 pm | By Hadas Goshen
Misinformed poll workers in Alameda County mistakenly issued non-partisan ballots to registrants of the Peace and Freedom Party during the primary election on J…

The Jerusalem Post (more articles not archived online, additional clips forthcoming)

The Truth Comes Out 

08/02/2007 18:03

Betrayal and divorce hasn’t destroyed dancer/choreographer Tamir Ginz’s belief in love.

Southern schools still lack protection from Kassams

07/12/2007 01:12

Eshkol Council leader: If budget not allocated, 1,000 students will be at risk when school year starts.

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