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Colleges are Waiving Standardized Testing Requirements

In light of the recent ACT, SAT, and SAT Subject Test cancellations by the College Board and ACT Inc., many juniors are wondering what will become of their standardized test scores. Though the College Board has said that it will add more testing dates starting in August, and that they will run every weekend, this […]

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Massachusetts Schools Closed for the Rest of the Year

Last week, Governor Charlie Baker announced that Massachusetts’s public schools will remain closed for the rest of the school year. With 46,000 cases of coronavirus and counting, Massachusetts is ranked third in cases per state. In the past week, governors of 40 states have ordered or recommended that schools do not reopen for the rest […]

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General Interest
Opinion
World

The Future of Our Languages

As the world becomes more open to gender identity, many countries are adopting this social movement through changes in their languages. In English, non-gender conforming people use pronouns like “they” and “them.” Since English does not assign gender to these words, they are a perfect fit for people who don’t want to present themselves as […]

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Opinion
World

Team Markey Thanks the Frontline

“Hope doesn’t exist in a vacuum,” said Senator Ed Markey during a recent Facebook livestream. “It’s created by visible movement toward action.” We see this action across the Commonwealth right now, whether from our grocery store employees, healthcare workers, or the countless community members whose actions we may not praise, but who promote hope in […]

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