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MLK assembly brings school together to discuss racism

MLK assembly brings school together to discuss racism

Sarah Groustra, Arts Writing Editor

January 20, 2017


Filed under Conversations on Race, News, Peeps on the Street, Showcase, Uncategorized

It is a rare occasion when the entire school gathers together in one room. Jan. 19 was one such day, as all students gathered in the Schluntz Gym to celebrate the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through speech and art. Many performances reflected the urgency for action given th...

Peeps on the street: What was your favorite moment from 2016? What’s your New Year’s resolution?

Peeps on the street: What was your favorite moment from 2016? What’s your New Year’s resolution?

Ella Kitterman and Maddie Nagler

January 17, 2017


Filed under News, Peeps on the Street, Showcase

Junior Lily Abrams My New Year's resolution is to get better grades and be less angry because I feel like I held a lot of grudges last year, and I should not have.   My favorite moment from last year was when I got the chance to go to Israel, specifically floating in the Dead Sea. Junior Maya Page My most memorable moment from 2016 was watching the...

Peeps on the street: Meyer as permanent Headmaster

Peeps on the street: Meyer as permanent Headmaster

Valentina Rojas, Breaking News Managing Editor

January 13, 2017


Filed under News, Peeps on the Street, Showcase

Anthony Meyer was announced permanent headmaster Jan. 10. The Sagamore captured the ensuing excitement.

Peeps on the Street: What are your favorite museums in Boston?

Peeps on the Street: What are your favorite museums in Boston?

Marco Georgaklis, Breaking News Writing Editor

December 5, 2016


Filed under Arts, Peeps on the Street

  photos by Marco Georgaklis/Sagamore Staff  

Peeps on the Street: Wearing all black to show solidarity with those who have lost their lives

Peeps on the Street: Wearing all black to show solidarity with those who have lost their lives

Evan Marohn and Susanna Kemp

September 26, 2016


Filed under Conversations on Race, News, Peeps on the Street, Showcase

Students and faculty wore black on Mon. Sep. 26 to show solidarity with those who have recently lost their lives due to police brutality. A Facebook page "BLAC" spread awareness of the movement. Members of the group also handed out black ribbons Monday morning. According to BLAC's Facebook page, "BLAC...

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