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Nitara Vishwanath, Rachel Gubar and Sophie Allen, freshmen

Nitara Vishwanath, Rachel Gubar and Sophie Allen, freshmen

November 22, 2013
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How do you want the world to perceive you, either now or who you strive to be? Vishwanath: “I want the world to perceive me as someone who’s strong, someone who doesn’t take it if someone tries to make fun of me or insult me–like I won’t take it. And I want people to see me as focused and...

Sarah Pratt, senior

Sarah Pratt, senior

November 18, 2013
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Seen in the quad. Ethan Roubenoff can be contacted at bhs.sagamore@gmail.com...

Max Strom, sophomore

Max Strom, sophomore

November 18, 2013
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"I'm out to be an obnoxious liberal arts major like everyone else in my grade. It's an issue between wanting to do better in school versus what I'm willing to put in, so I've actually had to put in the effort. You could say the struggle is real." Well what is it, exactly, that you want to do with you...

Charlie Dicero-Dikter, junior and Zoe Mulford, junior

Charlie Dicero-Dikter, junior and Zoe Mulford, junior

November 8, 2013
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How do you think you’ve changed since the start of high school? Dicero-Dikter:  “Since freshman year? I think I’ve definitely started to really care less about the opinions of others.” Mulford:  “Yeah, I think I’ve learned kind of how to value myself a lot more.” Was there a spe...

Aidan Lehane, senior

Aidan Lehane, senior

November 1, 2013
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“I’m into indie music. Joy Division is a group that a lot of people know. I’m going to send some stuff to a record company this year.” Hannah Lowenstein can be contacted at bhs.sagamore@gmail.com...

John Fletcher Hartman (“Fletcher”), senior

John Fletcher Hartman (“Fletcher”), senior

October 25, 2013
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“We all want to be the big fish in the little pond. But of course we’re not all big fish.” "So would you say that you try to stand out?" “A little, yeah. Because you can’t just be one of the fish.” Hannah Lowenstein can be contacted at bhs.sagamore@gmail.com. ...

Emma’s Pop-Culture Diaries: The Importance of Happy Endings

December 14, 2012
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Last year, my English class spent an entire period on smiles—specifically why? When we see people smiling in the hallways or on the street, we so often label them dumb or weird. Perhaps, I answered, because we tend to quite wrongfully place greater artistic and intellectual value on sadness. One...

Emma’s Pop-Culture Diaries: Fallen Angels and Intimacy in the Facebook Age

December 1, 2012
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Chinese director Wong Kar-Wai makes films that measure the distance between people. There is a scene at the end of Fallen Angels (1995) in which a man and a woman who live in the same apartment building ride home together on the back of a motorbike. He is a mute delinquent; she is a deceased assassin...

Joon’s Sports Musings: Napoli and Red Sox are perfect fit

Joon’s Sports Musings: Napoli and Red Sox are perfect fit

November 25, 2012
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The Sox are looking for a new first baseman. There are a lot of options, but Mike Napoli is the guy the Red Sox should be going after. Sox fans most likely know Napoli as the guy who absolutely demolishes the Red Sox every single time he plays them. I will be honest, this year, I almost expected Napoli to hit a home run every single time he ...

Joon’s Sports Musings: Marlins-Blue Jays mega trade terrible for both sides

Joon’s Sports Musings: Marlins-Blue Jays mega trade terrible for both sides

November 15, 2012
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Remember that huge Red Sox-Dodgers trade that got everyone cheering at Fenway? The trade between the Marlins and the Blue Jays has had the precise opposite effect for the fans of the Miami Marlins. The players, the fans, everyone is pissed. A year after opening up a new stadium, fans had high expec...

Best of Boston with Tasoula: Fenway

November 3, 2012
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Bored of doing the same things with friends on Friday nights or weekends? The greatest advantage of living so close to the city of Boston is that there are always fun things going on and new places you can venture to.Fenway is a great spot to be because you’re so close to downtown, but you’re also...

Joon’s Sports Musings: Joon talks to the Boston Herald’s Steve Buckley on Red Sox offseason and Patriots football

Joon’s Sports Musings: Joon talks to the Boston Herald’s Steve Buckley on Red Sox offseason and Patriots football

November 3, 2012
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  Joon talks to Boston Herald sports columnist Steve Buckley about the Red Sox’s offseason plans, baseball in general and the Patriots at the halfway point of the season so far. Let us know what you think of the podcast at jlee.sagamore@gmail.com Make sure to check out Steve Buckley's wo...

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