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  • March 27School Committee Meeting: March 30 at 6:00 PM in the Walsh School Committee Room, 5th Floor, Town Hall.

  • March 27 Brookline High School Dance Marathon for Boston Children’s Hospital: April 13th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Brookline Teen Center.

  • March 27College panel for students with learning differences will be held on Tuesday, April 4th at 7 pm in the MLK room

Editorial: Conservative students deserve a voice

Editorial: Conservative students deserve a voice

March 29
Filed under Editorials, Opinions, Showcase

The same way the hateful language that often permeates national discussions hurts all of America, entrenched liberal intolerance at the high school hinders the learning of all students.

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Why sombreros hurt: how cultural appropriation harms all students

Jaime Serrato Marks, Contributing Writer
March 28
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Many students, including myself, work so hard to break stereotypes because their pervasiveness diminishes our individuality. The resurgence of stereotypes reminds those they target of their own limitations in the eyes of others.

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Continuing the courageous conversation: Tell us your thoughts!

Continuing the courageous conversation: Tell us your thoughts!

March 17
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

How do you feel about today's assemblies? Tell us what inspired you, what changes you want to see and what questions you have down below. Read our comment policy here before posting.

High school must revamp sex education curriculum

High school must revamp sex education curriculum

Ian Roberson, Contributing Writer
March 16
Filed under Opinions, Showcase, Uncategorized

We deserve an education that promotes safe and consensual sex, de-stigmatizes sex (especially amongst LGBTQ youth) and provides resources for sexually active young people.

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Students and faculty respond to what God is

Students and faculty respond to what God is

Maya Morris, Photographer and writer
February 6
Filed under Opinions

In this video project, several students and faculty at Brookline High school were filmed answering and reacting to the question "what is God?". The participants went into the interview unaware of the question they would be asked, so that they would give their most natural response. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOtxMKKIjAc

February Noroscope

February Noroscope

Rosa Stern Pait, Co-Editor in Chief
February 2
Filed under Blogs, Opinions, Sagamore Horoscope, Showcase

Find out which public relations gaffe best fits your sign.

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Sanders campaign promotes message of fairness

Sanders campaign promotes message of fairness

Nick Lewitt, Contributing Writer
February 2
Filed under Columns, Opinions, Showcase, Uncategorized

Sanders divides the Democratic party, running a rebellious grassroots campaign that began as nothing more than an anti-establishment statement. Now, with more support than he ever expected, Sanders has a stage to spread his message.

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February Boroscope

February Boroscope

Rosa Stern Pait, Co-Editor in Chief
February 1
Filed under Blogs, Opinions, Sagamore Horoscope, Showcase

Find out which one of these boring things best fits your sign:

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January Snoroscope

January Snoroscope

Rosa Stern Pait, Co-editor-in-Chief
January 27
Filed under Opinions, Sagamore Horoscope, Showcase, Uncategorized

Take a look at what is in store for you this month:

Social risks at open mic generate new friendships

Christine Huang, Contributing Writer
January 22
Filed under Columns, Opinions, Showcase, Uncategorized

When I entered high school, my expectation was that I would make new friends in the blink of an eye. But instead, I became very shy and waited for new friends to approach me first.

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Editorial: New suspension policy prioritizes learning

Editorial: New suspension policy prioritizes learning

The Sagamore
January 21
Filed under Editorials, Opinions, Showcase, Uncategorized

Serving out a suspension in school, as the law requires for suspensions of 10 days or fewer, holds students accountable for their misbehavior and minimizes the long-term detrimental effects of these punishments.

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