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Popular show “The Bachelor” perpetuates sexist standards

Popular show “The Bachelor” perpetuates sexist standards

Rachel Myers, Regulars Managing Editor

June 6, 2018


Filed under Opinions

I was first introduced to the world of “The Bachelor” during my sophomore year. A few friends of mine flocked around a computer screen, watching a group of flawless girls in evening gowns emerge one by one from a limo. I watched as a bland white man delivered the same impersonal phrase to all of the...

Black History Month: Malcolm X

Black History Month: Malcolm X

Josh Gladstone, Sports Writing Editor

February 28, 2018


Filed under Black History Month

Graphic by Rachel Myers and Lauro Demb

Hurricane victims’ family members react to national response

Hurricane victims’ family members react to national response

Rachel Myers, Regulars Multimedia Managing Editor

November 1, 2017


Filed under In-Depth, News, Showcase

Graphic footage of upturned cars and demolished houses and remnants of what were once bustling neighborhoods and cities, scatter the news. The month of September was known for a series of destructive hurricanes, which hit the southern United States and the Caribbean. Hurricane Harvey reached Tex...

Robotics team wins competitions and community outreach award

Robotics team wins competitions and community outreach award

Rachel Myers, Arts Layout Editor

June 19, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

At the beginning of every January, the robotics team is given an assignment for their competition, and the clock starts ticking. They have six weeks to build a robot. The Nutrons Robotics team of Brookline High School, Boston Latin School and Revere High School recently won their subdivision com...

Math Team Places Emphasis on Growth and Enjoyment

Math Team Places Emphasis on Growth and Enjoyment

Rachel Myers, Staff Writer

January 15, 2016


Filed under In-Depth, News

You are given 10 minutes to do a set of three problems. Students from competing schools work diligently around you and the only sound that can be heard is scribbling on test sheets. A teacher announces that you have fifteen seconds left. This may seem like a nervewracking experience, but this is nothing...

Review: The Giver Freshman Play

Review: The Giver Freshman Play

Rachel Myers, Staff Writer

December 9, 2015


Filed under Arts, Performance Reviews

Sofia Tong / Sagamore Staff Futuristic music plays as the audience settles in their seats. The music pauses, and a group of actors dressed head to toe in the color gray enter the stage. This year’s freshman play “The Giver” debuted on December 9th in the black box. The play is based on...

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