The Sagamore

AALSP provides aid throughout all highschool years

AALSP provides aid throughout all highschool years

Priya Karumanchi, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

A new school with over 2,000 students. What sports should I join? What clubs are offered? Where can I get help to balance all of my classes? All of these questions run through incoming freshmen’s minds. Fortunately for students of the African American Latino Scholars Program , they have support nav...

Crew team works to develop skills during offseason

Crew team works to develop skills during offseason

Priya Karumanchi, Staff Writer

April 14, 2018


Filed under Sports

Two hours of practice before school, hours of practice after school and practice on weekdays and weekends. This is the life of a student who is part of the crew team at the high school. Furthermore, the team practices every single season of the year. The crew teams’ main season happens during the spring, but the...

Students compete in annual WGBH High School Quiz Show

Students compete in annual WGBH High School Quiz Show

Priya Karumanchi, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under News

WGBH hosted the High School Quiz Show where 16 schools in Massachusetts competed. This year, our school was once again represented as they played against the Needham Rockets in a rematch similar to last year. The team won 540-375, and the second episode, in which Brookline will be competing against Thaye...

Review: (un)expected families

Review: (un)expected families

Priya Karumanchi, Staff Writer

March 25, 2018


Filed under Arts, Visual Arts Reviews

Both color and black-and-white photographs fill the the gray room with dimmed lighting. The silvery-gray background helps to really showcase the bold images. Many photographs fill the exhibit all made with the same media, but all so different at the same time. From black and white photos from the 19th ...

Review: Emerson Play

Review: Emerson Play

Priya Karumanchi, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018


Filed under Arts, Performance Reviews

The mustard yellow walls are decorated with picture frames and quotes all around. A refrigerator is covered with art and family pictures. Once in the black box, the audience is transported to the home of a family in the ‘70s. Kids on the Sidewalk, written and directed by senior Sarah Groustra, takes plac...

Juliette Rorie

Juliette Rorie

Priya Karumanchi and Tina Little

November 7, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

Juliette Rorie is an Alternative Choices in Education (ACE) social studies teacher moving into her fifth year in the field. With a teaching background based in Boston, she is coming to teach in Brookline for the first time. Besides teaching, Rorie enjoys attending concerts and cooking. Was there anything y...

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