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Being a Parent and a Teacher in Cambridge: A Look at the CPS Family Leave Policy

Being a Parent and a Teacher in Cambridge: A Look at the CPS Family Leave Policy

June 19, 2018

In any given year, there are sure to be teachers in the Cambridge Public Schools who face a difficult dilemma: How long can they afford to stay home wi...

The Class of 2018, After Making a Difference at CRLS, Goes Out into the Real World

The Class of 2018, After Making a Difference at CRLS, Goes Out into the Real World

June 12, 2018

At 6:00 on June 7th, CRLS’ Frisoli Field House was covered in rows upon rows of folding chairs, a plush red carpet, and hundreds of family members, fri...

Sisters on the Runway Holds Annual Fashion Show

Sisters on the Runway Holds Annual Fashion Show

June 7, 2018

Every year, Sisters on the Runway, a CRLS club dedicated to raising awareness around domestic violence, holds a fashion show fundraiser. The fundraiser...

Harvard Student’s April Arrest Sparks Controversy

Harvard Student’s April Arrest Sparks Controversy

May 30, 2018

On Friday, April 13th, Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) received reports of a naked male, Harvard student Selorm Ohene, 21, standing in the midd...

Diversity in Cambridge: Part 2

Diversity in Cambridge: Part 2

May 30, 2018

In 1636, Elijah Corlett created the first school in Cambridge: the Latin School. The school was well-known both because of Corlett’s leadership and beca...

Massachusetts House Moves Forward on ERPO Bill

Massachusetts House Moves Forward on ERPO Bill

May 30, 2018

“Our students deserve nothing less,” said Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives Bob DeLeo at a press conference held outside of CRLS...

Behind the Scenes: Learning Community Clerks

Behind the Scenes: Learning Community Clerks

May 30, 2018

The Learning Community clerks of CRLS are the faces many CRLS students see everyday when they go to school. The work they do is essential to the organiza...

New Equipment Expands Biotech at CRLS

Yiyi Chen, Contributing Writer

May 30, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

Starting in September 2018, the RSTA Biotechnology Program at CRLS will begin training students in large-scale protein production. About a year ago, the Biotechnology Program at CRLS received a grant of $100,000 from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC). This grant resulted in the purchase of new biomanufacturing equipment that can produce proteins using bacteri...

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Gonzalez

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Gonzalez

May 30, 2018

Register Forum: How many years have you been a teacher for? Brenda Gonzalez: I have completed seven years of teaching; after this year, it will be my e...

CRLS LGBTQ+ Student Group Holds Day of Silence

CRLS LGBTQ+ Student Group Holds Day of Silence

May 30, 2018

On Friday, April 27th, CRLS students and faculty joined people across the United States by taking part in the Day of Silence. Organized by Project 10 East (P...

CRLS Opens Conversations about Mental Health

CRLS Opens Conversations about Mental Health

May 30, 2018

On Thursday, April 26th, an assembly centered on mental health awareness was held during all four periods. Unlike typical assemblies—where teachers sig...

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