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Students Bike to School Amid Concerns About Bike Safety

Students Bike to School Amid Concerns About Bike Safety

December 8, 2019

most CRLS students rated the safety of biking in Cambridge between a 5 and a 7 out of 10, citing unsafe unsafe drivers and the lack of bike lanes as reasons...

The Man Behind the Counter

The Man Behind the Counter

December 8, 2019

Harvard Market, a staple of CRLS student life since it opened in 2004, is best known for its owner, Mo Hamza.

Furnishing Hope Gives Thanks at Open House

Furnishing Hope Gives Thanks at Open House

December 3, 2019

On Friday, November 15th, Furnishing Hope, a Cambridge- based non-profit that supplies families transitioning from homelessness with home goods and furniture, held an open house called “Giving Thanks for Giving Hope.”

How the T Serves CRLS Students

How the T Serves CRLS Students

November 30, 2019

The MBTA’s Red Line runs through the heart of Cambridge, linking the city’s universities, businesses, and people to one another and beyond.

Israeli Parliament Struggles to Form Government

Israeli Parliament Struggles to Form Government

November 30, 2019

The current Israeli election is an important and controversial issue for many students at CRLS. On September 17th, 2019, Israel held its second election...

Robin Chen and Her Fight for Youth Enfranchisement

Robin Chen and Her Fight for Youth Enfranchisement

November 11, 2019

On the dawn of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, it seems more than coincidental that Americans are discussing voting rights once again. In an...

Crackdowns on Youth Vaping

Crackdowns on Youth Vaping

November 7, 2019

All across America, the epidemic of teen vaping has reached a fever pitch, and as confirmed deaths attributed to this “safe alternative” rises to seventeen, actions are finally being taken, such as a temporary ban on select vaping products here in Massachusetts.

2019 HONK! Fest: Brass Bands Taking Stands

2019 HONK! Fest: Brass Bands Taking Stands

November 7, 2019

  As the weather takes a turn, with the leaves changing colors and the seasons shifting, Cambridge sets up for the annual Honk Festival, kicking off the fal...

The Opioid Spoon Project

The Opioid Spoon Project

November 7, 2019

According to the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC), 48,000 Americans died from opioid overdoses in 2017. This represents a sixfold increase in deaths since 1999, mainly as a result of an increase in people who became addicted to heroin and fentanyl after being prescribed opioids like Oxycontin for chronic pain.

Triple-E Outbreak in MA Leaves CRLS Athletes Worried

Triple-E Outbreak in MA Leaves CRLS Athletes Worried

November 7, 2019

With the Triple-E virus spreading, and cases continuing to be confirmed around Massachusetts, Cambridge Rindge and Latin students are becoming concerned for their health when they are competing in at-risk towns. 

City Council Candidate Questionnaires 2019

November 1, 2019

The Register Forum reached out to all 22 candidates for Cambridge City Council via email to fill out a short questionnaire. We are publishing all responses that we received from candidates. No word limit was given, so candidates could use as few or as many words as they wanted.

School Committee Candidate Interviews

The Register Forum Staff

October 30, 2019

The Register Forum interviewed all eleven Cambridge School Committee candidates running in November 5th’s election. These interviews were conducted either in person or over the phone between the candidates and eleven different Register Forum reporters. Interviews have been edited for clarity and concision.

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