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Friends of CRLS Holds 2nd Annual Spring Bash

Friends of CRLS Holds 2nd Annual Spring Bash

April 6, 2018

On the evening of March 29th, parents, singers, school committee members, teachers, journalists, bassists, city councillors, and CRLS students gathered at t...

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students Speak at Harvard Kennedy School

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students Speak at Harvard Kennedy School

March 21, 2018

On Tuesday, March 20th, six Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students spoke at the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics. The forum, titled ...

Students and Staff Continue Gun Control Discourse

Students and Staff Continue Gun Control Discourse

March 17, 2018

A month after the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, hundreds of CRLS students and staff gathered both in and outside of school on Thursday, March 15th,...

CRLS Students Lead School’s First Response to Recent Florida School Shooting

CRLS Students Lead School’s First Response to Recent Florida School Shooting

March 7, 2018

At 8:17 AM on Wednesday, March 7th, CRLS community members flooded the halls, walking out of their first period classes for a 17-minute moment of silen...

CRLS Tradition of Singing Valentines Continues

CRLS Tradition of Singing Valentines Continues

February 27, 2018

February 14th marked the continuance of a beloved CRLS tradition: Singing Valentines! Over the preceding week, students bought hundreds of Singing Valen...

2018 Scholastic Arts & Writing Winners

2018 Scholastic Arts & Writing Winners

February 26, 2018

CRLS has 46 winners in the 2018 Boston Globe Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards. Placements include 19 Gold Keys, 28 Silver Keys, and 39 Honorable Mentio...

Glocal Students Impress with Innovative Improvements

Sun-Jung Yum, Managing Editor

February 26, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

In the midst of the madness of fall semester finals, 17 teams of CRLS students gathered with judges, community members, and politicians on January 17th to advertise their proposals for this year’s Glocal Challenge. All ideas for improving sustainable transportation in Cambridge were innovative, but the presentations were ultimately narrowed down to two winning teams: “L...

Amazon’s Influence Increases

Amazon’s Influence Increases

February 26, 2018

After a decade-long stint of emptiness, the large property on Carl Barron Plaza has been bought by Amazon. Amazon intends to spend almost half a million ...

School Spirit and Sprinting: Winter Ball Is a Success

School Spirit and Sprinting: Winter Ball Is a Success

February 26, 2018

Outside, the icy wind sends a chill down Cambridge’s spine. Few dare to venture outside at all, instead choosing to gather around the gas stove and huddle...

Sustainable Bites

Ella Simonsen and Hannah Thomsen

February 26, 2018

Filed under Metro, News

Sustainable food is no doubt a good thing—but what does this term truly mean, and why should you take it into account when choosing a restaurant? Food that is sustainable is good for the community, environment and economy. Sustainable food is healthier than non-sustainable food because it is usually made without chemicals or pesticides used in big corporations, and the...

Scientific Achievements

Miles Gilmore, Contributing Writer

February 26, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

February is Black History month, so the Register Forum decided to take a look at the black people who have contributed to science. Here are just a few. Ernest Everett Just: Born on August 14th, 1883, Just studied at Dartmouth College, taught and researched at Howard, and earned his doctorate at University of Chicago. Just pioneered the physiological fields of cell fertil...

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