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20 Questions with Stud Gov Executive Secretary Nora Clancy

20 Questions with Stud Gov Executive Secretary Nora Clancy

Abigail Finnerty '19, Clubs and Classes Editor

Montrose Student Government does so much for our school.  From organizing big-little sister events, to Christmas at Montrose, to quirky music videos, they do it all!  The Student Government Executive Team this year has people talking--in the best way possible!  Some are even crediting this year’s team for “reviving” StudGov.  Each month, we’ll take a look at one of the members of our Exec Team and discover their unique personalities and love for Student Government!   LG: “What is your position in Student Government and what made you want that position?” NC: “Exec...

A Day in the Life of a Film Extra

A Day in the Life of a Film Extra

Mariel Rosati '19, Co-Editor in Chief

This past summer, Montrose students traveled around the world, attended leadership conferences, published books, and contributed their talents to the community. Montrosian Abigail Finnerty ‘19 shared her skills in a special way: on the big screen. Abigail experienced “set life” behind the scenes of upcoming comedy film, I Feel Pretty, starring Amy Schumer, Michelle Williams, and Emily Ratajkowski among many other big name celebrities. The Looking Glass has all the details in this insider exclusive interview with Abigail. LG: How did you discover this opportunity? AF: “I go to the...

How to Hit Reset on the School Year and Get Back on Track

How to Hit Reset on the School Year and Get Back on Track

Alex Rider '18, Features Editor

Whether you’re a new or veteran Montrosian, another school year, a new interim, or a new week provides a new start for everyone. If you find the prospect of managing your classes with soccer or the school play (not to mention the 17 clubs you probably signed up for at the Activities Fair) somewhat intimidating, that’s why I’m here. If you’ve been here for a number of years and think that you have it all down to a science, you may want to think again. I’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks for a good start to a school year for those of you who struggle with or have worries about orga...

Encountering Narrative through Poetry: “History of Me”

Encountering Narrative through Poetry: “History of Me”

Georgia O'Brien '22, Contributing Writer

Mrs. McGowen's eighth grade history class began the school year writing poems that reveal each student's personal narrative history. Georgia O'Brien '22 shared her "History of Me" poem for publication. I come from zone 10 at a hospital in Guatemala City, Guatemala. I come from a birth mother who cared about me very much, and gave me strength and warmth. I come from a warm, stuffy, small scent filled room, into the fresh open air. I come from my young, loving birth mothers arms, into the adoption agency, and my name on the crowded, multiple professional papers. I come from my birth mo...

Wednesday is Think Pink — a School-wide Event to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

Wednesday is Think Pink — a School-wide Event to Raise Breast Cancer Awareness

Maevis Fahey '21, Staff Writer

Tomorrow, Montrosians will don pink, as we hold our school-wide Think Pink event, to raise awareness for breast cancer. Posters will be scattered throughout the school, revealing statistics and encouraging prevention. Everyone will feel the buzz of Montrose being united as one, all wearing pink hair ribbons passed out in the morning. We thank all of you for putting heart into cheering our sports players in pink at tomorrow’s games. Please join enthusiastically in the Think Pink event!, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month; and, unfortunately, this disease takes the lives of thousands a...

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