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Flag-raising ceremony honors Brookline slaves who fought in Revolutionary War

Flag-raising ceremony honors Brookline slaves who fought in Revolutionary War

Susanna Kemp, Breaking News Writing Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under Conversations on Race, News, Showcase, Uncategorized

On Tuesday, students, teachers and members of the Brookline community came together for a flag-raising ceremony on Cypress Field honoring Adam, Peter and Prince, three slaves from Brookline who fought in the Revolutionary War at the Battle of Lexington. After an introduction from history teacher M...

Restaurant 108 Top Chef: Senior Sammy Hernandez

Restaurant 108 Top Chef: Senior Sammy Hernandez

Bertina Xue and Cleo Falvey
April 12, 2017
Filed under Arts, Showcase, Uncategorized

This week’s Top Chef: Restaurant 108 featured the final competitor: Senior Sammy Hernandez. Hernandez created a host of amazing dishes that were inspired by his Puerto Rican roots. The deliciousness of the dishes and the high quality of the service made for an excellent overall dining experience. ...

F-block: Women in religion

Evan Marohn and Erez Ben-Akiva
March 15, 2017
Filed under Uncategorized

The F-block assembly in the MLK room served as a chance for the school community to learn about religion and its relationship to gender. To begin the assembly, junior Komal Wasif introduced three religious leaders from the Boston area, who each spoke about their religion. First to speak was Episcopal priest Gretchen...

Senior Omar Ghafour

Senior Omar Ghafour

March 8, 2017
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Why did you decide to play soccer? "I’ve always had a passion for soccer and I just thought that the brotherhood and the team unity of the high school’s sports culture would be a great thing to be part of." What does playing soccer mean to you? "It’s just a great way to kick back and enjoy doing some...

Freshman Max St. Clair

Freshman Max St. Clair

March 8, 2017
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Why do you play a sport at the high school? "I play soccer, I love the sport and I also wanted to meet new people." What does playing soccer mean to you? "A few things. It’s one of my hobbies so a lot of it is about having fun. I value physical fitness so that’s a big part of it and als...

Freshman Wendy Frankel

Freshman Wendy Frankel

March 8, 2017
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What does playing hockey mean to you? "It’s pretty important to me since I’ve been playing since I was really really little. I took a year off in eighth grade, but now I really really enjoy it." Why did you decide to play it? "Just because I had heard the team at the high school was prett...

Junior Sophia Levin

Junior Sophia Levin

March 8, 2017
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Why do you play a sport at the high school? "I liked playing sports before high school and now I do it because I enjoy the sports themselves. I also like having an activity after school. For me, it helps my scheduling: I go to my sports practice and then I can be home and be productive on my homework. ...

Sophomore Wesley Delvar

Sophomore Wesley Delvar

March 8, 2017
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And why did you choose to play basketball? "Because I grew up playing basketball when I was younger and I just love the sport." What about the sport do you love? "Just the way it is, like dribbling the ball, getting buckets, basically getting the ball in the hoop and getting the crowd excite...

Sophomore Alishah Khan

Sophomore Alishah Khan

March 8, 2017
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Why do you play a sport at the high school? "It was a sport that I was doing in middle school too, so I wanted to continue in high school." What does it to mean to you to do running? "I do it to stay in shape and it’s also fun. It’s something I can do every day after school; a constant in my l...

You can’t mess with the press

Sarah Groustra, Arts Writing Editor
March 2, 2017
Filed under Uncategorized

I am sick of the phrase “fake news” and the way it is tossed around so cavalierly by the current administration. It makes it impossible to tell what is real and what they simply do not want you to know. Free press functions due to a system of give and receive. The reporters rely on administrat...

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