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Sylvia O’Shea, sophomore

Sylvia O’Shea, sophomore

June 21, 2018


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“Conversations where you know you need to tell someone something difficult, for example, you messed up on something big or you got a bad grade. It’s hard because you know your parents or that person will find out anyway, so you have to step up and take responsibility for it. I know I have definitel...

Ifeamaka Richardson, sophomore

Ifeamaka Richardson, sophomore

June 19, 2018


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“One time, a girl was having a hard time and crying, and people were trying to console her; that was kind of nice. They were asking ‘what’s wrong, are you okay?’”

Kasra von Andrian, sophomore

Kasra von Andrian, sophomore

June 19, 2018


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“The nicest thing I witnessed was seeing people carrying the mats [for the blood drive] for people when they passed out from giving blood. When people give blood they can help so many people with such a range of illnesses and we just need more of it.”

Jeremy Lau, freshman

Jeremy Lau, freshman

June 19, 2018


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“I have witnessed a student very anxious about their test. It was a big test, so they were getting all worked up about it; then my friends all came up to him and started comforting him saying, ‘you can do this,’ ‘good job,’ ‘you’re smart,’ ‘you know this,’ ‘you can do it’ and stuff l...

Kaesha Marantz, sophomore

Kaesha Marantz, sophomore

June 19, 2018


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“I have a friend and every once in a while he goes home and he bakes huge mountains of scones, and then he brings them to school, and he shares them with literally anyone he meets in the hallways.”

Clay Baker-Lerner, sophomore

Clay Baker-Lerner, sophomore

June 19, 2018


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“A few months ago, we were going to have a quiz in social studies, but everyone kept saying how stressed out we were about all the other things we had going on, and so our history teacher was very nice and moved the quiz to another day to give us time to study for the other things. It was really nic...

Clay Baker-Lerner, sophomore

Clay Baker-Lerner, sophomore

June 16, 2018


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“The hardest conversations to have are conversations where you are keeping a secret from someone, and it’s the person that you are talking about or something regarding them. It’s hard because you really want to tell them, either because it’s a fun secret or some hot tea that you want to spill,...

Elena Su, freshman

Elena Su, freshman

June 16, 2018


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“The most difficult conversations are probably when they are about controversial topics with people that I am close with because it can be difficult to find out if they have different views than you do.”

Bella Viola, sophomore

Bella Viola, sophomore

June 16, 2018


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“I would say that breakup conversations would be the worst types of conversions because there is really no way to let down the person that you’ve been with easily. Usually when it’s happening, especially in high school, it is not typically a mutual agreement.  So, there is no way for the other p...

Reece Carew-Lyons, junior

Reece Carew-Lyons, junior

June 16, 2018


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“The hardest types of conversations to have are ones where people have very different opinions, but both sides feel very strongly about their opinions.  So, it is hard to discuss both sides while staying civil about them.”  

Ranna Shahbazi, junior

Ranna Shahbazi, junior

June 5, 2018


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“I feel proud to be a BHS student when I'm rehearsing with Camerata choir and basically when I'm in the choir room doing anything with the music department, because all the kids are really dedicated and we have a really good time, and it's an honors choir so you know that the kids put in work to be...

Prasanna Bhad, junior

Prasanna Bhad, junior

June 4, 2018


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“When we have events such as Powerpuff or really big games, playoff games maybe, because it shows how great we are, and we can show that we are proud to be a Brookline high school student and we can be proud to say that our athletic teams are great.”

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