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Fe‘men’ists encouraged to join movement for gender equality

Fe‘men’ists encouraged to join movement for gender equality

December 10, 2014

PHOTOS BY MAYA MARGOLIS AND ALUA NOYAN Students and teachers hold up “I need Feminism...” signs to support equality. Clockwise from top left: senior Tyler Knight, seniors Arinze Obiora and Peter Allen, junior Gabe Doyle, senior Nolan Crowley, English teacher Peter Sedlak, seniors Ni...

Ehab and Shuhab Elhag, 9th grade

Ehab and Shuhab Elhag, 9th grade

April 4, 2014

"Where’s your family from?” Shuhab: “South Africa, we moved here this year.” Ehab: “We came here in July last year.” “What part of South Africa?” Shuhab: “A little landlocked country called Lesotho.” “Is it different being a twin there than here?” Shuhab: “Well it’s easier ...

Miles Morris, 12th grade

Miles Morris, 12th grade

March 21, 2014

“A couple of days ago David Gergen came to speak at the school—” “David Gergen, the CNN news correspondent?” “Yeah, exactly. He commented on my bright sweater, and now everywhere I go all my teachers are like ‘is that the sweater Gergen commented on?’” Tyler Knight can be contacted at ...

Max Barret, 9th grade

Max Barret, 9th grade

March 21, 2014

"I do crew, but I haven't actually been in a boat yet." Tyler Knight can be contacted at bhs.sagamore@gmail.com...

Jacob Sanditen, 11th grade

Jacob Sanditen, 11th grade

February 21, 2014

“I started [at] Artbarn, a community theater, when I was in preschool.” “What sort of performances can you do in preschool?” “Well, I was a curtain man because I was too scared to go onstage.” “How do you feel being onstage now?” “I kinda like it!”  Tyler Knight can be contacted at...

Noah Nsangou, 10th grade

Noah Nsangou, 10th grade

February 14, 2014

“My dad was born in Cameroon, my mom was born here in Brookline. It was kind of an unlikely couple. My mom was in the Peace Corps and my dad was working for the government.” “Have you ever been to Cameroon?” “Yeah when I was three. I don’t remember it though...I’m going again in February. Th...

Connor Powers, 11th grade

Connor Powers, 11th grade

February 7, 2014

“I like to longboard.” “Have you ever taken a fall on one?” “I actually have fallen, and when I fell it scraped up my whole shoulder blade.” “Did you have to go to the hospital?” “No I didn’t, you just roll it off, realize it sucked and keep going.” “Why do you do it if you hurt y...

Nathaniel Sandalow-Ash, 11th grade

Nathaniel Sandalow-Ash, 11th grade

January 31, 2014

“The Brookline High Juggling Club is looking to become the Brookline High Combat Juggling Team.” “What is that?” “Combat Juggling is where two teams of five face off against each other. Everyone on the team is juggling three clubs, and if your drop a club you’re out. So you can throw...

Jose Palma, 12th grade

Jose Palma, 12th grade

January 24, 2014

“Have you always lived in Brookline?” “I've been here for just under three years moving from Honduras.” “What’s it like in Honduras?” “Well, it’s pretty different!” Back where I live it’s kind of a rural place, the city is like an hour away. You need to take a bus to get there.” “Do y...

Candy Shi, 10th Grade

Candy Shi, 10th Grade

January 17, 2014

“What’s something you’re proud of?” “I got three prizes for playing the flute two years ago”  Tyler Knight can be contacted at bhs.sagamore@gmail.com...

Alicia Nacimiento, 9th grade

Alicia Nacimiento, 9th grade

January 10, 2014

“What’s something interesting about you?” “I’m double-jointed in my hands.” Tyler Knight can be contacted at bhs.sagamore@gmail.com...

“R-days” ease recommendation-writing workload

December 16, 2013

With the amount time teachers spend on college recommendations, they have little extra time to worry about how the district accounts for their hard work. According to Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator Gary Shiffman, teachers can get an R-day, or one day off from teaching, to work on letters of recomme...

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