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Pictured: Ms. Cesario and the group of CRLS students who attended the competition at Suffolk Law School.

CRLS Competes in Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition at Suffolk Law School

March 30, 2020

On February 8th this year, six students in Ms. Jacqueline Cesario’s Constitutional Law class competed in the annual Moot Court Competition held at Suffo...

International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8th every year.

The History Behind International Women’s Day

March 30, 2020

What if there was a day in which women could come together and celebrate their social, economic, cultural, and political achievements? A day to celebrat...

Pictured: Louisa Monahan '20 working at a polling station on Super Tuesday, which was on March 3rd.

What CRLS Seniors Learned From Working the Polls on Super Tuesday

March 27, 2020

Most people have heard of the hustle and bustle of voting day: walking over to the local polling station, filling out bubbles on a long piece of paper, getti...

Pictured: Karina Ham.

An Interview with Karina Ham, a Field Organizer with the Student Immigration Movement

March 26, 2020

The Student Immigration Movement, also known as SIM, is a statewide grassroots, youth-led organization that fights for the rights of undocumented stud...

Blast From The Past: March 1995

Blast From The Past: March 1995

March 26, 2020

This page, taken from the March 1995 edition of the Register Forum, provides a glimpse at CRLS 25 years ago. The article at the top of the page discusses the results of the third-ever Teen Health Survey, which was administered on April 2nd, 1994. The now-biannual Teen Health Survey was first distributed in 1989. Its objective has always been to describe the experiences of CRLS students regarding topics such as sexual health, mental health, and drug and alcohol use. However, the specific questions asked by the survey have changed over the years, ensuring the results are relevant and useful. For example, 2016 was the first year that students were asked questions about e-cigarette use. 

Diplomacy in an Age of Globalization

Nicolas Valayannopoulos-Akrivou, Contributing Writer

March 26, 2020

“Any points or motions on the floor?” “Motion to open debate.”  “All those in favor?” Shuffling of placards. “The motion passes.”    These were the words marking the beginning of the sixty-seventh session of the Harvard Model United Nations conference. This year, CRLS students took part in a historic conference, with over 4,000 participan...

For two months, music was played over the loudspeaker during passing times at CRLS.

In a Blast from the Past, Music Briefly Joins Bells During Passing Time

March 25, 2020

If you’ve been to school in the past two months, you have heard the music ringing through the halls during passing time. The music began being played on...

A National Issue Hits Home: The Opioid Epidemic and Its Impact on Cambridge

A National Issue Hits Home: The Opioid Epidemic and Its Impact on Cambridge

March 23, 2020

A man is sitting on a public bus in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. The grainy security camera footage shows him sitting straight up and looking at the roof of the bu...

Pictured: Amgen panelists speaking at the Cambridge Public Library's main branch.

Amgen Scientists Visit CRLS to Discuss Careers in Biotech

March 23, 2020

On Thursday, February 27th, a biotechnology company named Amgen held a panel for CRLS students at the Cambridge Public Library. Amgen, which has an of...

The Havoc COVID-19 Is Wreaking on the Stock Market

The Havoc COVID-19 Is Wreaking on the Stock Market

March 23, 2020

The foundation of the stock market is confidence. This confidence allows individuals and companies alike to put their faith, along with their money, into a ...

Throughout her years as the Latin teacher, Ms. Giacchino has transformed the program.

Latin Brought to Life at CRLS

March 8, 2020

“As a Latin student, I was able to read the words that Caesar himself put down thousands of years ago … which gave me an insight into modern governments. I read Vergil’s original work, without having someone else translate it for me; there is nothing like reading text in its original language, in which language it was meant to be read,” she said. 

The leader of the Brexit movement is new British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Brexit’s Point of No Return

March 5, 2020

“I don’t think it will really replace the relationship with the EU that the UK had before, so I think it might be beneficial to the US, but in the long run, it’ll hurt the UK.”

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