The Sagamore

Somewhere to Call Home

Natalie Jew, Longform Managing Editor

May 10, 2019


Filed under In-Depth, News

There are close to 20,068 people who call the streets of Massachusetts their home, according to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, each one with an uncertain future. Though the median household income in Brookline is more than the average median income of the United Stat...

G-block

Sofia Reynoso and Sabrina Zhou

December 12, 2018


Filed under Uncategorized

Anti-Semitism/Jewish Identity During G-block, a large portion of the high school gathered in the Roberts-Dubbs Auditorium to grapple with the issue of anti-Semitism through speeches, videos and other presentations.   The assembly was dedicated to the victims of the mass shooting at the Tree of Lif...

Wisdom from Graduates

Sofia Reynoso, Yuen Ting Chow, Josh Gladstone, Charlotte McMahon, and Natalie Jew

November 7, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

With the juniors just starting to look at colleges and the seniors in the midst of it, we have compiled advice from graduates, two years out, about their experience with the college application process.  

Recent waves of theft cause safety concerns

Recent waves of theft cause safety concerns

Sofia Reynoso, News Multimedia Editor

December 16, 2017


Filed under News

When you return to your locker, it’s wide open. Your heart sinks as you search frantically for your phone. Where could it have gone? Who took it? Students and staff have been victims of thefts throughout the high school. However, there are plenty of methods to protect yourself and maybe even find yo...

Turkey Time #2

Turkey Time #2

Sofia Reynoso, News Multimedia Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Review: Imogen Cunninghan, In Focus at MFA Boston

Review: Imogen Cunninghan, In Focus at MFA Boston

Sofia Reynoso, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017


Filed under Arts, Showcase

Imogen Cunningham is a legend in the photography world. One of the first women to be recognized in her field, her exploration of portraits, still lifes, botanicals, urban landscapes and portraits. Her mastery of darkroom techniques, paired with her stark black-and-white prints, convey as much, if not ...

Safe space for multiracial students

Safe space for multiracial students

Sofia Reynoso, Staff Writer

February 4, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

 According to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s 2016-2016 data, 7.5 percent of the high school’s student body consists of multiracial students. A new club known as the Multiracial Identifying Community (MIC) is forming from this growing population.      ...

Purposeful clubs at the school fight for feminist values

Purposeful clubs at the school fight for feminist values

Sofia Reynoso, Staff Writer

January 24, 2017


Filed under In-Depth, News, Showcase

Multiple clubs at the high school have an underlying feminist agenda. These clubs include the Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA), the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL Pro-Choice) and Students Against Human Trafficking (SAHT). All three provide a space for students to discuss feminist issues ...

Matthew DuBois

Matthew DuBois

Sofia Reynoso, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase

Mr. Matthew DuBois is the high school’s new psychologist. He previously worked in hospitals but is excited about Brookline’s welcoming and accepting community. Why did you choose Brookline High School? Back in 2009 to 2011, I was here at Brookline High School as part of my doctoral training an...

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