The Register Forum

Pictured: One of the district's meal distribution centers.

Cambridge Principals Reflect on the Daunting Task of Transitioning to Distance Learning

April 30, 2020

As the student body of Cambridge Public Schools has settled into taking courses online using such means as Google Classroom or video call platforms like ed...

How High School Students Around the World Have Reacted to Coronavirus

Luna Valayannopoulos-Akrivou, Contributing Writer

April 30, 2020

As of April 30th, coronavirus cases are soaring past three million cases worldwide, with over 230,000 confirmed deaths. A new pandemic that evolved in the provinces of China and has spread around the world is causing the numbers surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic to increase at a shockingly rapid rate. In order to ensure the safety of the city, Cambridge Public Schools closed...

Workers have criticized some multi-national corporations for putting profits over the health of their employees.

Corporate Priorities: Massachusetts Workers Ask Whether Their Employers Care More About Them or Profits

April 29, 2020

As citizens across the world shut themselves inside their homes to prevent the spread of COVID-19, workers at all levels are struggling with the decisio...

Gather Here is collecting homemade mask to donate to the Cambridge Health Alliance.

Gather Here Rallies Around Homemade Masks

April 29, 2020

The rampant spread of COVID-19 has taken the U.S. healthcare system by storm. Because of the federal government’s inadequate response to coronavi...

Pictured: Senior Amelia Bronfman doing school work at home.

A Different Kind of Closure: Seniors Will Leave High School Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

April 25, 2020

At 6:57 PM on a Thursday afternoon, students in the Cambridge Public School System received an email from the school administration stating, “Cambridge Public Sc...

CRLS Reacts to Distance Learning and Having to Do School at Home

CRLS Reacts to Distance Learning and Having to Do School at Home

April 24, 2020

In the weeks after COVID-19 caused institutions nationwide to close, many schools have begun to practice distance learning, a method that utilizes online a...

The New Normal for CRLS Educators: Teaching While Parenting

The New Normal for CRLS Educators: Teaching While Parenting

April 24, 2020

Over the past month, since Cambridge schools closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak, CRLS faculty have been diligently adjusting to holding online cla...

Social distancing guidelines have made it more difficult for domestic violence shelters to support victims of abuse.

Quarantine Presents Particular Challenges for Domestic Violence Victims and Shelters

April 24, 2020

As the number of coronavirus cases in America has risen, so has the pressure for people to practice social distancing. Offices and schools have been c...

Some CRLS students miss the social interaction that they experience in school and the boost it gives their mood.

Limited In-Person Interaction Takes a Toll on Mental Health of CRLS Students

April 24, 2020

We all know how the physical health of CRLS students may have deteriorated during this quarantine. Staying inside all day on a computer screen, and thus ...

Volunteers at the Prison Book Program fulfill inmates' book requests, which come in the form of letters.

Quincy Nonprofit Provides Books to Prison Inmates Across the Country

April 22, 2020

The Prison Book Program (PBP) is a small organization that strives to educate incarcerated people of all ages and backgrounds through the charitable donation...

The last major economic recession the nation faced was the 2008 financial crisis.

Due to the Pandemic, America Is Facing Another Economic Recession

April 22, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak has had increasingly severe impacts on all aspects of life for people around the globe. Domestically, Americans have seen their busin...

The Student Newspaper of Cambridge Rindge and Latin
News