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The Sagamore

The student news site of Brookline High School

The Sagamore

The student news site of Brookline High School

The Sagamore

Alumni from Historically Black College and Universities shared their experiences in college after graduating from the high school in a panel on Nov. 17.
Students hear from alumni in first HBCU college fair
Anisa Sharma, News Editor • November 21, 2021
The School Finance Subcommittee discussed adding more categories to the school budgets and finding ways to increase transparency about changes to the budget.
School Finance Subcommittee considers importance of transparency with budget
Nate Parry Luff, Staff Writer • November 20, 2021
Randee Siegel is a new social worker at the high schools ninth grade campus at the Old Lincoln School (OLS).
Q&A with social worker Randee Siegel
Anya Rao, News Editor • November 20, 2021
Dirty tables and a mess of chairs lie around the first flow of the STEM wing commons area even after Mr. Meyer announced its closure to students Nov. 12.
Students mistreat Science Wing: Administration takes action
Laura Cleves, Staff Writer • November 24, 2021

Abandoned face masks lie helplessly on the front steps. An empty can of Arizona ice tea peeks out from behind a syrup-stained Adirondack chair. A charcoal-black mold slowly...

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Seniors Eliza Brown, Alexa Kalish and Jayanth Devaiah sign letters of intent.
Community comes together to celebrate future Division I athletes
Caleb Weldon and Benjamin Kaplan November 15, 2021

Three athletes, lined up and adorned with the hats of some of the most prestigious colleges in the nation, signed their papers in the atrium to the tune of cheers from parents,...

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As distribution for the COVID-19 vaccine increases and more individuals are eligible to receive it, everyone has a differing personal experience. In Brookline, many people shared their experiences during and after the vaccine.
Personal experiences contracting COVID-19 and receiving the vaccine
Audrey Garon, Anisa Sharma, and Sara Snyder June 16, 2021

For most people, despite the fear of contracting COVID-19, the idea of actually getting the virus can be distant. Even if a person close to them gets COVID-19, it can be difficult...

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The lack of AP English classes at the high school suggests a disregard for English as a reputable subject.
The Fragile Femme: The Disregard for English Class
Jordan Liss-Riordan, Opinions Editor • November 22, 2021

Last weekend I was in the car with my older brother and his friend, and I was talking about the homework that I had to finish that day. I mentioned that I was reading Fences...

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Raiya Khan
Raiya Khan
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