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Montrose Lacrosse Kickstarts the Spring Season
Cate Lynch '24, Sports Editor

The 2021 lacrosse season kicked off last week with Varsity,  JV, and Middle School Lacrosse practices. This season will be a very exciting one as the Varsity Lacrosse team will be playing for the first time since the spring of 2019. There are six games scheduled: three are home, and three are away. These games will be the first opportunity this year for the Montrose community to watch one of our teams compete on Miracle Field.  Coach Osborne, who coached JV lacrosse in 2019, will be coaching the varsity team this season accompanied by Coach...

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Emma
How Emma Chamberlain Changed the Fashion Industry
Fiona Hernon '24, Contributing Writer

Emma Chamberlain started her YouTube channel back in 2017, like many teens, with the hope of becoming the next YouTube sensation. It took only two months for Emma to get noticed, with her first viral video hitting over four million views. Emma stood out from the rest because she had a unique personality and style of her own, so it didn't take very long for her to become the next big trendsetter. If you think of today's biggest trends, it's most likely that they are popular because Emma was seen wearing them.  Trends that you see all over, like...

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Getting registered to receive the vaccine in Massachusetts is something many are looking forward to as we slowly recover from the last year. However, many Montrose families had trouble booking an appointment. One student said: "It took all day to get a hold of someone to get an appointment."
The New J&J Vaccine and Registration Difficulties
Rosie Reale '24, Contributing Writer

  Recently a new vaccine has been approved, the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine. The vaccine was developed with a team led by Dan H. Barouch, an immunologist at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston. At first glance, this vaccine seems less effective than the others. It is 66 percent effective. Moderna has a 94.1% efficiency, and Pfizer has a 95% efficiency. But considering the other factors, this J&J vaccine is just as good, if not better.   While the efficiency of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine...

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A Mango-Shaped Space Book Review
A Mango-Shaped Space Book Review
Maria Silveyra Dodds '26, Staff Writer • April 2, 2021
The Montrose Play
The Montrose Play
Lucy DeMeo '24, Staff Writer • March 26, 2021
The 63rd Grammy Awards: Highlights and Takeaways
The 63rd Grammy Awards: Highlights and Takeaways
Spandana Vagwala '22, Co Assistant Editor-in-Chief • March 22, 2021
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A Mango-Shaped Space Book Review
A Mango-Shaped Space Book Review
Maria Silveyra Dodds '26, Staff Writer • April 2, 2021
Opinions on Easter Candy
Opinions on Easter Candy
Bella Gonet '27, Staff Writer and Rising Middle School Editor • April 2, 2021
The Montrose Play
The Montrose Play
Lucy DeMeo '24, Staff Writer • March 26, 2021
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