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Things to Do in Boston this July

Levi Herron, Metro Editor

July 15, 2018

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As summer break really starts to get in gear, the Boston area is filled with fun things to do. There are many different activities out there, but if you’re short on ideas, here are some recommendations to make your vacation memorable.   Ride a Bike Bring back that youthful love of cycling by taking a ride on one of the many great bike paths near Cambridge. Ride alongside ...

A Summer Guide to Boston

A Summer Guide to Boston

June 19, 2018

Your summer plans might be nothing but to “stay home” so far, but that doesn’t mean you can’t manage to have an exciting summer. There are coun...

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...

Diversity in Cambridge: Part 1

Diversity in Cambridge: Part 1

April 25, 2018

Cambridge is often heralded as a leader in diversity and inclusion. However, like virtually every American city, it has a tumultuous history when it c...

School Committee Attempts to Finalize AV Policy

School Committee Attempts to Finalize AV Policy

April 25, 2018

On February 8th, the School Committee met for the second time this school year to discuss the attendance violation (AV) policy. The meeting aimed to fi...

A Look at CPSD’s FY 2019 Budgeting Process

Isabelle Agee-Jacobson, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2018

Filed under Metro, News

On Thursday, March 15th, Superintendent Kenneth Salim presented his proposed budget for the 2019 fiscal year to the School Committee, one of many steps in the budget creation process. The budget is what allows the school district to function, but it is also where new initiatives start. As the School Committee and the superintendent’s office consider how to spend the money (fro...

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 ...

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...

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 ...

Sustainable Bites

Ella Simonsen and Hannah Thomsen

February 26, 2018

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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...

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