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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...

CRLS Introduces Participatory Budgeting Program

Grace Austin, Contributing Writer

May 30, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

Flowers aren’t the only thing that have blossomed in Cambridge this season. Over the course of the winter and spring, students’ creativity and innovation have been highlighted as they engineered a variety of ideas for improving the city and school. This year, $5,000 of the school budget was set aside for student-submitted proposals for projects they wanted to see implem...

New Pilot: Subsidized Prom Tickets

New Pilot: Subsidized Prom Tickets

May 30, 2018

This year, Student Government was granted $4,000 by the Cambridge Community Foundation (CCF) and the City of Cambridge to subsidize senior prom ticket...

Samantha Power Speaks to CRLS Students May 1st

Samantha Power Speaks to CRLS Students May 1st

May 30, 2018

Samantha Power, United States ambassador to the United Nations under President Obama, came to CRLS on May 1st. She was invited to the school independently by history teacher Ms. Ott...

Santa Fe, Texas, School Shooting Prompts CRLS Walkout

Santa Fe, Texas, School Shooting Prompts CRLS Walkout

May 24, 2018

As the sun returned after a week-long absence, hundreds of CRLS students and staff gathered outside of the main entrance, a scene reminiscent of past w...

School Committee Continues AV Discussion with April Meetings

Isabelle Agee-Jacobson and Miriam Alvarez-Rosenbloom

May 2, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

On April 23rd and 24th, the School Committee Ad Hoc Sub-Committee on the CRLS Attendance Violation (AV) Policy held two meetings to discuss the policy and the issue of student attendance. School Committee subcommittees are smaller groups of only a few School Committee members that focus on particular issues, and the main purpose of these meetings was to allow community members ...

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...

Behind the Scenes: The Custodians Who Keep CRLS Running

Behind the Scenes: The Custodians Who Keep CRLS Running

April 25, 2018

“You’ve got a very big facility, and you’re trying to make, maybe—would you say—2,500–3,000 people happy everyday. That’s a challenge, trying to...

Hypebeast Culture

Josie Weissburg, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

The “hypebeast.” They’re the new, hot trendsetter. They have everything you wish you had. They are “copping” gods. But who are these young people? And how do they get their hands on all of this lucrative hype? First, let’s back up and ask ourselves: What is a hypebeast? And why do they exist? A hypebeast is defined as someone, usually male, who collects fashion ...

CRLS Students Gain New Experiences Through Travel

CRLS Students Gain New Experiences Through Travel

April 25, 2018

Although most of the education at CRLS takes place at 459 Broadway, trips to destinations around the world provide students with a new learning environment...

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