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The Sagamore

The student news site of Brookline High School

The Sagamore

The student news site of Brookline High School

The Sagamore

LGBTQ parade image by Caroline Fishkin

GSA members march in alternative parade

March 11, 2013

A long line of people wearing green marched down the roads of Boston on March 17 as part of South Boston’s 2013 St. Patrick’s Day Parade. About a mile behind them was another group of marchers...

Chamber Music Concert a lesson in contrasts

March 6, 2013

The orchestra’s chamber music concert, performed on February 14 in the Black Box at 7:30 p.m., was marked by contrasts. The chamber music format, which involved small, conductorless groups of performers...

Broadcasting hopefuls uncover creative outlet through Info Time

Broadcasting hopefuls uncover creative outlet through Info Time

January 9, 2013

“Good morning BHS!” As you walk into your B-block class, a voice from the speaker greets you. While you sit in your seat and prepare for class, you listen to the voice reading the announcements. But...

Spielberg’s Lincoln lacks power

November 7, 2012

A film based on historical events that lacks accuracy might still attract audiences on entertainment value alone. Unfortunately, director Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln has neither. Multiple award-winning...

Change in physical exam policy met with resistance

October 24, 2012

Until now, a physical examination record having occured within a year of the first day of a season allowed student athletes to play for the entire season. Starting this year, however, this is no longer...

Artwork by Andrea Kim

More of a Brown than a red

October 19, 2012

I never realized how little I knew about politics until I was approaching my 18th birthday and was about to be able to vote. I had always classified myself as a “conservative” because of my parent’s...

Artwork by Andrea Kim

Save a seat for Warren

October 19, 2012

My message to all of the school is simple. In this time of political and economic crisis, we need Elizabeth Warren in Washington right now. Though most of us may not be able to vote yet, this election...

Male dancers break stereotypes at Progressions

Male dancers break stereotypes at Progressions

May 30, 2012

“Being the only guy in a dance class can be intimidating,” said senior Elijah Kofke. “But once you get used to it, it actually becomes very fun.” Kofke was one out of only five male dancers...

English department to revise standard level

English department to revise standard level

April 13, 2012

The problem is complex. It is not just a matter of the distribution of honors and standard English classes. It’s also English teachers’ concerns about the pace of the classes, students’ interest...

A student eats lunch at a picnic table on the second floor. Many students have resorted to eating in hallways and classrooms.

Resistance to eating policy holds strong

March 21, 2012

Senior Nainika Grover eats lunch at the picnic table on the second floor every day. According to The Handbook, students are not allowed to eat in the hallways. “The cafeteria is too loud, smelly...

Online Exclusive: Musicians shine at annual chamber concert

Online Exclusive: Musicians shine at annual chamber concert

March 14, 2012

Those tiring Z-block rehearsals have paid off for the Orchestra. It has grown significantly this year, accepting kids who have played their instruments since early childhood, as well as those who have...

Siblings push each other to the limit

Siblings push each other to the limit

February 17, 2012

Teammates often say they feel like siblings, but for some athletes, they actually are. Senior Leon Scott has never been without a brother by his side. Leon has been on baseball, basketball and swim...

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