By Shane McCauley On one of the countless rainy days the Boston area endured this spring, I sat down to conference with my advisor, Ms. Brooks, like I do during most weeks. The only difference was that this time, I would be asking her questions, instead of vice versa. The LLC, which was typically becoming … Continue reading Middle School Librarian, Ms. Brooks, Reflects on Her Time at the MS
By Max Boesch-Powers Since the late twentieth century, Mr. Rogers has been teaching at BB&N with the same enthusiasm, charisma, and obliging spirit he brings into work today. He arrived in 1974, just a half year after the merger between Buckingham School (f. 1889) and Browne & Nichols School (f.1883). As to why he became … Continue reading A Sad Day in the Neighborhood. Mr. Rogers Says Goodbye.
Compiled by, Ana-Chrysa Maravelias To Isabella Marie Selden. She always helps students who need it in class, or are behind due to illness, and I watched her support a student after class - not a best friend - who was having a terrible day. The student was very appreciative! - Mr. Rogers To Ms. Tarshis. … Continue reading Comitas Shout-Outs!
By Anji Reddy There are many people who make innovative advancements in our world today. Like this college dropout who had an idea that would change the way technology would work forever and was known for black turtlenecks and jeans. Up until now, this description fits Steve Jobs. However, this person is Elizabeth Holmes, the … Continue reading Fraud
By Bradford Kimball For 30 minutes on Wednesday, May 1st, a group of 8th graders performed The K of D in the Big Room and mesmerized the audience with their performance. The cast had performed at Dramafest on the previous Saturday and won the gold medal for best play. Many individuals won awards for sound … Continue reading The K of D in the Big Room
By Ana-Chrysa Maravelias In the past few months, the world has been inundated with cases of fatal medical outbreaks. These outbreaks are the results of a variety of situations. Thousands of “anti-vax” parents have fueled the measles outbreak in the United States. The effects of war have killed dozens of doctors and health officials in … Continue reading The World Full of Outbreaks
By Ana-Chrysa Maravelias On Thursday April 25, 2019, in the empty eighth grade science lab, an interview was conducted. Mr. Swanson, dressed in a blue and white plaid shirt over which he wore a BB&N sweatshirt sat down to be asked about leaving from the school as of the Summer of 2019. There were an … Continue reading A Bittersweet Farewell to Mr. Swanson
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By Antonella Catanzaro The Green New Deal is a congressional resolution that has been making waves. It proposes drastic measures to cut carbon emissions while creating jobs and helping the economy in the process. The resolution was proposed by Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts in February. The proposal … Continue reading The Green New Deal Is Starting a Fire
By Max Boesch Powers Republican Party: Donald Trump: Donald Trump is the current President of the United States and was elected in 2016. He formerly hosted the reality tv show, “The Apprentice” because of his real estate mogul reputation. Trump’s main focuses as president have been immigration, infrastructure, the military, and the economy. Quote: “we … Continue reading Who’s in the Race? 2020 Presidential Candidates