The Register Forum

District Plans For Extended Day
Cambridge Youth Soccer Gets All Ages Active
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Falcon Commits
Indoor Track: Up & Running

Indoor Track: Up & Running

January 31, 2019

The indoor track teams had a successful season last year with both the boys and girls teams sending athletes to States, and they hope to continue that success into this year. Last year’s team had eight Boston Globe All-Scholastics representing the boys team and three for the girls team. Several of these All-Scholastics, as well as other successful athletes from last year, returned to the team this year.

History of the CRLS Mascot

History of the CRLS Mascot

January 31, 2019

Until 1989, the CRLS mascot was a side profile of an angry Native-American man, which stood for their sports team name, “The Warriors.” Many Native-Americans and others in the school felt as if the mascot and the name portrayed indigenous people negatively, which created a big conversation at the time. Former student Brook Dooley wrote in a 1989 edition of the Register Forum “the picture of the Warrior wasn’t introduced until 1972.” The Warrior mascot was used for 17 years before it was addressed as a problematic image and name.

Winter Sports Preview ’18-’19

Winter Sports Preview ’18-’19

December 20, 2018

BJV Basketball 12/14/18

December 14, 2018

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Sourdough Bread
A New York Bagel—from Scratch

A New York Bagel—from Scratch

February 3, 2019

Earl Sweatshirt’s Awaited “Rap Songs” Altogether Impresses

Earl Sweatshirt’s Awaited “Rap Songs” Altogether Impresses

February 3, 2019

In his third album, "Some Rap Songs", Earl Sweatshirt continues to explore his unique voice on a very intimate and experimental project. Following a three-year wait, many fans may have been disappointed to see the album’s 25-minute runtime, but Earl gives the 15 tracks a cohesive feel and a great deal of substance, making it much greater than the sum of its parts.

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