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Firefighting: it’s more than just extinguishing fires

Firefighting: it’s more than just extinguishing fires

Chloe Barber, Arts Editor

April 23, 2018


Filed under News

You have seen them around when we file out to the streets during fire drills. Their bright red trucks stand out with the piercing sirens that alert you that there’s been some kind of emergency. Although the main purpose of the Brookline Fire Department is to help prevent and extinguish fires, its...

Best Quotes of the 75th Golden Globe Awards

Best Quotes of the 75th Golden Globe Awards

Chloe Barber, Arts Writing Editor

January 31, 2018


Filed under Arts

Brookline High School experiences help shape Tito Jackson’s political career

Brookline High School experiences help shape Tito Jackson’s political career

Chloe Barber, Arts Writing Editor

January 28, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

In June 1993, a nervous Tito Jackson addressed his senior class upon the graduation stage about all of their bright futures ahead of them. 21 years later, with more confidence, a more experienced Tito Jackson took the stage once again, addressing the 2014 graduating senior class, stressing that they must...

Students create journals to express their thoughts and stay organized

Students create journals to express their thoughts and stay organized

Mia Abulaf and Chloe Barber

December 13, 2017


Filed under Arts, Showcase

The art of balancing schoolwork, sports and extracurricular activities is seldom mastered in high school. To de-stress and be creative, many students find keeping a journal to be an essential part of their lifestyle. Junior Dafna Williams started keeping a journal at the end of 8th grade. She initia...

Review: Enlightened Princesses

Review: Enlightened Princesses

Chloe Barber, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017


Filed under Arts, Performance Reviews, Showcase

Grand portraits of three clearly dominant princesses greet the viewers at the entrance of the exhibit with slightly condescending smiles and stone cold gazes, making the observer feel small. Though they do not look alike, all three women are similar in their outfits and atmosphere. They all wear...

Player profile: Casey Ferrigno

Player profile: Casey Ferrigno

Chloe Barber, Staff Writer

January 15, 2017


Filed under Player Profiles, Showcase, Sports

  At seven years old, current sophomore Casey Ferrigno decided to start playing hockey. She now plays left wing on the girls varsity hockey team. What do you most like about hockey? I feel like it’s different from a lot of other sports. There’s skating instead of running, and it...

Review: William Merritt Chase at MFA Boston

Review: William Merritt Chase at MFA Boston

Chloe Barber, Staff Writer

November 29, 2016


Filed under Arts, Showcase

As one walks down the stairs to the dark lower level for the big exhibition at the art museum, a bright screen is seen, showing a sequence of Impressionist works, accompanied by a piano version of a waltz from the turn of the century. This sets the stage for the brilliant artwork of the same time period...

Lori Lynn

Lori Lynn

Chloe Barber, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

A Worcester native, Lori Lynn attended undergrad at MassArt, where she started out as a printmaking major, then realized her true love for photography. When she is not working on her own series of photographs, Lynn likes to ride her bike, collect fun things at thrift stores and see local bands. This summe...

Parents encourage artistic development

Parents encourage artistic development

Lizzy Filine, Arts writing editor

November 9, 2015


Filed under Arts

  Junior Bobby Stitt worked with his father on a painting, filling in blocks of color in the sketched shapes. His father, Ed Stitt, is a professional artist who works on landscape paintings. Bobby Stitt, in turn, had the chance to be a part of the artwork. “He did the general outline, and I helpe...

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