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“Give Black” 2018

“Give Black” 2018

November 29, 2018

At the Black Student Union’s first “Give Black” event, junior Reham Zeroual broke the world record for most pies thrown in the face in one minute with a total of 111 pies.

National Gender Bias in STEM is not Escaped at CRLS

National Gender Bias in STEM is not Escaped at CRLS

November 29, 2018

The CRLS community does not escape the global reality that STEM fields are dominated by men. In a survey conducted at CRLS, of the students who are confident participating in their STEM class, only 39% were women. Many female students express that the majority male population affects their confidence.

Behind the Scenes: Career and College Resource Center

Behind the Scenes: Career and College Resource Center

November 29, 2018

Hundreds of CRLS students run in and out of the Career and College Resource Center (CCRC) throughout the year to take advantage of its countless resources. The CCRC is also home to three individuals who are dedicated to providing students with guidance; without them, the Center would not function.

Thanksgiving Traditions at CRLS

Thanksgiving Traditions at CRLS

November 29, 2018

Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated only within American culture, which is why not everyone at Rindge will say they celebrate it. In my country of Haiti, we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving or anything similar to the holiday.

Affirmative Action at Harvard: A Boost or Discrimination?

Affirmative Action at Harvard: A Boost or Discrimination?

November 29, 2018

On October 15th, 2018 at the John Joseph Moakley district courthouse, attorneys for Harvard and the organization Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) met in front of Judge Allison D. Burroughs to dispute Harvard’s use of race in its admissions process. SFFA, a non-profit founded by Edward Blum, argues against any college admissions policy that takes race into account.

Recapping the Results of the Midterm Elections

Nathan Kolodney, Metro Editor

November 29, 2018

Filed under CRLS on Current Events, Metro

As the midterm elections came to an end, the Democrats swept the House on the national level while the Republicans remained in control of the Senate. The house now has 230 Democratic seats and 199 Republican seats while the Senate has 47 and 51, respectively.

Halloween Costume Contest

Halloween Costume Contest

November 8, 2018

CRLS Responds: “What is your favorite holiday?”

CRLS Responds: “What is your favorite holiday?”

November 1, 2018

This piece also appears in our October 2018 print edition.

Harvard Global Health Institute Hosts Outbreak Week

Kerri Sands, Contributing Writer

November 1, 2018

Filed under Metro, News

Outbreak Week, a week-long public event hosted by Harvard Global Health Institute, took place from September 24-28, 2018. Throughout the course of the week, various panels, discussions, and lectures were held to provoke awareness about rising pandemics around the globe.

Behind the Scenes: First Steps Daycare Caregivers

Behind the Scenes: First Steps Daycare Caregivers

October 31, 2018

"I believe that my job is for comfort, care, getting [the children] ready to move on, and just loving,” says Robin “RoRo” Hayes, as she holds a toddler in her lap. Hayes is one of the lead teachers at CRLS’ daycare, First Steps.

BSU: A New Year

BSU: A New Year

October 31, 2018

In the last two years, the Black Student Union has become an essential part of the CRLS community and has given black students a place to voice their opinions and feelings without fear of what people may think about what they have to say.

Door Decorating Contest

Door Decorating Contest

October 31, 2018

Many doors spread throughout the school are covered in falcon pride.

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