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Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at Coolidge Corner Theater serves as reflection on community progress towards racial equality

Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at Coolidge Corner Theater serves as reflection on community progress towards racial equality

Valentina Rojas, Breaking News Managing Editor

January 17, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at Coolidge Corner Theater serves as reflection on community progress towards racial equalityThe annual Martin Luther King Jr. at the Coolidge Corner Theater created an opportunity to reflect on Brookline’s progress with race relations and how to continue the fight f...

Peeps on the street: Meyer as permanent Headmaster

Peeps on the street: Meyer as permanent Headmaster

Valentina Rojas, Breaking News Managing Editor

January 13, 2017

Anthony Meyer was announced permanent headmaster Jan. 10. The Sagamore captured the ensuing excitement.

Restaurant 108 Top Chef: Finale!

Restaurant 108 Top Chef: Finale!

Valentina Rojas, Arts Writing Editor

May 5, 2016

  Restaurant 108 held the grand finale of their top chef competition on May 2. A master menu by Chefs Liam O’Brien, Phillip Mahler, Henry Shaffer, Alex Ervin and Alex Chin blended intricate skill and natural talent. As starters, our party of two got the Salmon Rillette Crostini and the Gr...

A look into A Cappella

A look into A Cappella

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

April 17, 2015

Being stuck in a car during a snowstorm for five hours singing Mariah Carey songs was a great opportunity for the a cappella club Perfect Pitch to bond. The high school is home to the a cappella groups Note-a-fy, Perfect Pitch and Testostatones, all of which are student-run and led. They each...

Review: The Choreography Class New Works Showcase

Review: The Choreography Class New Works Showcase

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

March 28, 2015

by Valentina Rojas From the moment the audience entered the room, the environment was one of community and learning. Before the performance began, the dancers sat on the floor, stretching and talking amongst each other and smiling as they recognized audience members. The air was relaxed, and the...

Nordic ski team thrives despite setbacks

Nordic ski team thrives despite setbacks

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

March 28, 2015

Three of Brookline’s very own skiers have landed in the Boston Globe due to their recent successes in the MIAA Nordic ski championships. Junior Jordan Fried, who finished 4th, sophomore Gabby Vandendries, who finished 2nd, and sophomore Isabelle Cole, who finished 8th, were all mentioned in the Bosto...

Rock climbing class promotes building trust and setting goals

Rock climbing class promotes building trust and setting goals

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

February 14, 2015

After completing a 19-day brutal climb up a 3,000 foot smooth granite cliff known as El Capitan in Yosemite National Park in California, a climb long thought impossible, two rock climbers and the rock climbing world itself were launched into a short-lived media frenzy. Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgensen ...

Changes to APUSH

Changes to APUSH

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

November 3, 2014

by Valentina Rojas Students taking the course Advanced Placement United States History will find themselves having a different experience from those in the stories passed down through the years by former APUSH students, as its three teachers are making numerous changes to the curriculum. While the...

New Teacher Q&A: Susan Flicop, Math

New Teacher Q&A: Susan Flicop, Math

Valentina Rojas, Staff Writer

October 9, 2014

                                                      By Valentina Rojas-Posada New math teacher Susan Flicop spent her first year as a teacher teaching at Newton North High School and...

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