The Register Forum

Friends of CRLS Holds Bash
MCAS Taken Online Schoolwide
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The Sports Editors’ Bracket
Winter Sports Review ’18-’19

Winter Sports Review ’18-’19

March 2, 2019

A Recap of the Superbowl

A Recap of the Superbowl

February 28, 2019

The Patriots took the field Sunday night in front of the eyes of the whole nation. A whole nation rooting against them. They had overcome a fairly disappointing season by their standards with a mediocre 11-5 record which did not resemble the dominant Super Bowl teams from years past. The team was called weak and untalented. Ageless icon and franchise cornerstone Tom Brady looked off, and his game did not look as acute and onpoint as in years prior.

CRLS Girls Basketball

CRLS Girls Basketball

February 28, 2019

The girls basketball team has gotten off to a flying start this season with an 11-1 record entering February. The team went 2-1 through the first three games, but they then went on to win nine straight games, including an unbeaten month of January.

Cam Poklop Snowboards His Way to the Olympics

Cam Poklop Snowboards His Way to the Olympics

February 28, 2019

Cam Poklop, a junior at CRLS, does competitive snowboarding and is hoping to make the Olympics.

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Steven Pearlstein’s “Can American Capitalism Survive?”
Mediocrity in “Velvet Buzzsaw”
Student-Run Musical Heathers Anticipates Rehearsals

Student-Run Musical Heathers Anticipates Rehearsals

March 29, 2019

“Unlike a lot of musicals we’ve seen at Rindge, this show is very ‘girl power’ and female-driven. It’s refreshing to have an empowering show with both a good score and plot that accurately portrays the ups and downs of high school,” comments senior Micaela “Mica” León Perdomo, one of the co-producers of "Heathers." The upcoming musical, which is entirely student-run, is set to have performances at Cambridge’s Graham and Parks School on May 31st and June 1st at 7:00 PM as well as June 2nd at 2:00 PM.

Famous Haitian Griot

March 29, 2019

Griot (pronounced “gree-oh”) is one of the famous dishes in the Haitian culture. It is served on special occasions or parties. Griot is fried pork shoulder, served with fried plantains and sometimes salad with some pikliz, a spicy coleslaw. Griot doesn’t particularly have to be pork; it could be any meat of your choice, since not everyone eats pork.

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The Student Newspaper of Cambridge Rindge and Latin
The Student Newspaper of Cambridge Rindge and Latin