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Album Review: Oblivion by T-Pain

Album Review: Oblivion by T-Pain

Colby Sutton, News Writing Editor

January 29, 2018

After six years out of the public eye, the beloved rapper and singer T-Pain dives back into the spotlight with his upbeat and energetic comeback album: Oblivion. The title track, “Who Died,” jumps right into the album with a fun, rhythmic party anthem. It is reminiscent of his older work, with large autotu...

Annual Steps to Success graduation ceremony recognizes graduates

Colby Sutton, Staff Writer

June 16, 2017

Steps to Success is a comprehensive educational achievement program providing academic, social development and family support for low-income students and their families. On Tuesday, at the Brookline Teen Center students from grades four to 12 were recognized with various awards and accolades from advis...

Player profile: Leo Battite

Player profile: Leo Battite

Colby Sutton, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017

Leo Battite has been playing hockey since he was six years old. Now a senior and a captain on the boys team, he hopes to use his leadership and positive influence to lead the team to a successful season. via GIPHY What is it like to be a senior on the hockey team? As a captain and a senior, you have a...

Review: Micsgiving

Review: Micsgiving

Colby Sutton, Staff Writer

November 27, 2016

Feet tapping, heads bouncing and students lined up for turkey sandwiches. This was the scene at the annual Micsgiving open mic event on Nov. 24, hosted by band director Carolyn Castellano. The show began with a student who performed a song and played guitar along with it. The band Lemon Juice, which...

Dr. David Lemmel

Dr. David Lemmel

Colby Sutton, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016

Dr. David Lemmel is the new head of the African American Latino Scholars program. Dr. David Lemmel is an alumnus of the high school, returning after graduating in 1986. Dr. David Lemmel is extremely excited to get re-acquainted with the community this year. What led you to this career? I ended up going back...

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