General Interest

All You Need to Know About an Education in France

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to attend school in a foreign country? Possibly learn a new language or experience a different style of teaching? School systems vary greatly between countries, and one example of a country with a different educational system than that in the United State is France. Last year, […]

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General Interest
Opinion

Ranked Choice Voting in Massachusetts

I’m sure all of us have been in a situation, whether with a group of friends, in a group project, or somewhere else entirely, in which most people don’t want to do something, but everybody ends up doing it anyway. Maybe two friends want to go to the park, but you and three other friends […]

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June 2018/19
School

A Year in Review: The Freshman Perspective

Freshman year is an important time in any student’s academic career. Students become acclimated to a new school and environment. This typically includes standard “high school things,” such as a change in school policies, harder classes, and structured midterms and finals. Some changes, like a more lenient dress code and rules permitting students to carry […]

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June 2018/19
School

A Year in Review: The Sophomore Perspective

Long story short, sophomore year is fun. If that’s not enough for you, read on… Every year in high school has its milestone. Freshman year is marked by the first day of school, senior year by the last, and every day of junior year seems to be important. Sophomore year just isn’t like that. It’s […]

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June 2018/19
School

A Year in Review: The Junior Perspective

We made it. Junior year is officially over… almost. Here is what we’ve done so far this year: taken the PSAT, SAT/ACT, and AP tests, asked for teacher recommendations, made resumes, applied to jobs, pulled all-nighters to study for tests (looking at you, physics), procrastinated way too much (and regretted it later), drastically reduced the […]

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