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“Serve my country to the last stitch”: Honoring alumni lost in World War 1

“Serve my country to the last stitch”: Honoring alumni lost in World War 1

Louie Goldsmith, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 5, 2016
Filed under In-Depth, News, Showcase

2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of American involvement in World War I. Though “The Great War” has been romanticized as a conflict in which American involvement quickly pushed a years-long stalemate into an outright Allied victory, over 100,000 American servicemen lost their lives...

Superintendent finalist Jon Sills visits high school

Superintendent finalist Jon Sills visits high school

Louie Goldsmith, Opinions Editor
February 24, 2016
Filed under Hard News, News, Showcase

Superintendent finalist Jon Sills met with students on Wednesday, Feb. 24 during his visit to the high school.

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Superintendent finalist Andrew Bott meets with students

Superintendent finalist Andrew Bott meets with students

Louie Goldsmith, Opinions Editor
February 23, 2016
Filed under Hard News, News, Showcase

Superintendent Finalist Andrew Bott visited the high school on Tuesday, Feb. 23, as the second of three finalists to visit the school.

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Advisory curriculum updated

Advisory curriculum updated

Louie Goldsmith, Opinions Editor
October 23, 2015
Filed under News

    Advisory is the only class at the high school which every student participates in. In response to feedback from advisers, mentors and students, history teacher and Advisory Curriculum Coordinator Jennifer Martin decided that it was time to change major parts of advisory. According to Martin, she and a t...

Peeps on the Street: What did you think about the summer reading?

Peeps on the Street: What did you think about the summer reading?

Louie Goldsmith and Chris Bell
September 14, 2015
Filed under Conversations on Race, Opinions, Peeps on the Street

“['American Born Chinese'] was about a young boy of Chinese descent who moves to America and his struggles to identify with his culture and acclimate to his climate. I thought the book covered an interesting topic that there isn’t really enough about. There is so little about Asian culture in th...

Bakers get a slice of success

Bakers get a slice of success

Louie Goldsmith, Staff Writer
March 26, 2015
Filed under Arts

The start of Thanksgiving and Easter vacation is just the beginning of work for seniors Sophia Vos and Sophia Ramsey. During these holidays, they temporarily put aside being a student, and instead focus their attention on their pie business, Once Upon a Pie. Once Upon a Pie sells pies to custome...

Ending the cycle of unhealthy relationships

Ending the cycle of unhealthy relationships

Louie Goldsmith, Staff Writer
February 4, 2015
Filed under Opinions

Being a small part of a solution to a large problem can be a daunting challenge. Yet, this is the reality for people working to put an end to teen dating violence. Throughout Brookline, teenagers and adults are teaming up to ensure that every teen relationship is healthy. “There are a lot of...

Review of Emerson Festival play: “Manic Panic”

Review of Emerson Festival play: “Manic Panic”

Louie Goldsmith, Staff Writer
January 31, 2015
Filed under Performance Reviews

By Louie Goldsmith In the Black Box on Friday, January 30 the cast of the Emerson Festival play debuted their show “Manic Panic”. The show was written and directed by senior Noa Goihberg, and follows a family that has been greatly affected by mental illness. Protagonist Lee Kirshner (Kaitlynd ...

Where does our waste go?

Where does our waste go?

Louie Goldsmith, Staff Writer
January 28, 2015
Filed under News

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