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School Spirit and Sprinting: Winter Ball Is a Success

School Spirit and Sprinting: Winter Ball Is a Success

February 26, 2018

Outside, the icy wind sends a chill down Cambridge’s spine. Few dare to venture outside at all, instead choosing to gather around the gas stove and huddle...

Sustainable Bites

Ella Simonsen and Hannah Thomsen

February 26, 2018

Filed under Metro, News

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...

Scientific Achievements

Miles Gilmore, Contributing Writer

February 26, 2018

Filed under Around School, News

February is Black History month, so the Register Forum decided to take a look at the black people who have contributed to science. Here are just a few. Ernest Everett Just: Born on August 14th, 1883, Just studied at Dartmouth College, taught and researched at Howard, and earned his doctorate at University of Chicago. Just pioneered the physiological fields of cell fertil...

Environmental Sustainability Today

Environmental Sustainability Today

February 26, 2018

The environment is currently in a state of distress through overpopulation and the exploitation of resources. Therefore, actions working towards environ...

Behind the Scenes: Facts of the Day at CRLS

Behind the Scenes: Facts of the Day at CRLS

February 26, 2018

Good morning, CRLS! Today is February 1st, the first day of Black History Month. Here is today’s fact.” Every February, CRLS students and staff recognize the ...

Black History Month Artwork

Black History Month Artwork

February 26, 2018

Lara Garay Click here, here, and here for more Black History Month pieces....

Bring It Black 2018

Bring It Black 2018

February 9, 2018

On February 2nd, the Black Student Union hosted “Bring It Black,” an event in the Main Cafeteria after school that was sponsored by Boston radi...

Coming Out Day Assembly Allows Voices to Be Heard

Coming Out Day Assembly Allows Voices to Be Heard

February 8, 2018

Last month, on December 13th, CRLS’ Project 10 East (P10) hosted the school’s annual Coming Out Day assembly. Last month, on December 13th, CRLS’...

Women’s March 2018

Women’s March 2018

February 5, 2018

The Boston Women's March was held on Saturday, January 20th, on the Cambridge Common. ...

CRLS Discusses Microaggressions

CRLS Discusses Microaggressions

January 30, 2018

“We made that video so we could speak our truth,” says Na-Jae Josephs, a senior in the Black Student Union at Cambridge Rindge and Latin. Josephs is re...

City Announces Budgeting Results

City Announces Budgeting Results

January 30, 2018

This December, Cambridge held a participatory budget vote for 2017. The vote allowed any Cantabrigian over the age of twelve to vote for their choice of pro...

Should Teens Be Left to Their Own Devices?

Should Teens Be Left to Their Own Devices?

January 30, 2018

In 1997, the first modern social network, Six Degrees, was launched. In 2004, Facebook was founded. Today, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram are just a few of...

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