Black Lives Matter: America has mythologized the police (Op-Ed)

By JonCarl McGrady, editor in chief Let’s talk about Alexander the Great. Hold on, Alexander the Great is neither black, nor a police officer, you say. Well, you’re right. It ties in. Promise. One of history’s most well known conquerors, Alexander’s legacy extends to the modern day as one of the most notable of a … Continue reading Black Lives Matter: America has mythologized the police (Op-Ed)

Students tackle remote learning with differing enthusiasm

By Amanda Mack, news editor On Saturday, March 14th, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker closed schools for two weeks. Shortly after, the closure was extended to three weeks, and then it was extended to seven weeks. During the first three weeks of the closure, any work or learning materials sent out by teachers were to be … Continue reading Students tackle remote learning with differing enthusiasm