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Oliver Fox, Opinions Editor April 6, 2020

It’s tough out there. Between nations locking themselves down, schools closing until who knows when and climate change still existing, it’s difficult to find something to be excited about in the outside...

Students share thoughts about distance learning

Students share thoughts about distance learning

Phoebe Kallaher and Aryn Lee April 6, 2020

After two weeks of online learning due to COVID-19, students have mixed feelings on the new system. The administration recently announced the change from optional enrichment work to “pass/fail” assignments....

Q&A with Frank van Overbeeke about working through the COVID-19 pandemic

Q&A with Frank van Overbeeke about working through the COVID-19 pandemic

Elena Su, Arts Editor April 5, 2020

Frank van Overbeeke is the Executive Chef at Pine Street Inn, a nonprofit organization that provides food, shelter and job training for the homeless. Van Overbeeke oversees the preparation of approximately...

As students are confined to their houses, finding the right college has gotten more difficult, and standing out in an application may seem more stressful. But according to admissions officers from local colleges, there's still a lot to be done at home to prepare for higher education.

Admissions offices adjust expectations for COVID-19 disruption

Graham Krewinghaus, News Editor April 4, 2020

As our daily lives come to a standstill, lots of things in the future are starting to look like big question marks. For many juniors, this applies to the college process, with all tours canceled and standardized...

How to properly stock up for self-isolation

How to properly stock up for self-isolation

Peter Finnerty, Sports Editor March 21, 2020

NOTE: THIS IS A SATIRE Now that school’s been closed (at least!) until April 7, people are getting ready to hunker down. But before we close off our coronavirus vaults and enter seclusion for the next...

Teachers share thoughts on two-week school cancellation

Teachers share thoughts on two-week school cancellation

Anoushka Mallik and Zoe Tseng March 13, 2020

Teachers traveled through 115 Greenough on Friday, March 13, walking belongings to their cars in the drizzling rain and preparing for the next steps away from the high school, not knowing when they will...

Brookline High School is closed until March 27. Teachers were allowed to be in the building on Friday, March 13 to bring home belongings.

COVID-19 forces school administration to consider remote learning

Zoe Tseng and Anoushka Mallik March 13, 2020

With the cancellation of Brookline Public Schools until March 27 due to COVID-19, the question arises of how students will continue learning at home. According to Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and...

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