The Looking Glass

The senior class of 2023 gathered to take a last first day of school picture wearing their matching heart-shaped glasses.
My Last First Day, a Senior's Reflection
Chaitanya Arora '23, Contributing Writer

In 9th grade, our class read the novel Lord of the Flies. During one of our many group discussions to analyze the meaning of Piggy’s glasses or discuss why a conch shell indicated order, I remember Mrs. Whitlock remarking that rain symbolizes change. Though I can’t recall what passage the remark came from, the idea randomly resonated with me as I walked into my very last first day of school. While the rain poured down and I watched all of the attempts our class made to draw on our cars the night before washing away, I thought of how much things...

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New England Patriots Damien Harris and Nelson Agholor celebrate in the end zone during their team’s 17-14 road-game win over the Pittsburgh Steelers
This Week in the NFL: Week 2
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Assistant Sports Editor

This week, Mac Jones has been suffering from back spasms, ever since last week’s matchup against the Miami Dolphins. However, he’s told the media that he feels good-to-go, and was able to play in-full this week against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The first half of the Patriots game was very low-scoring and defensively dominated by both teams. The second half was when both team’s offenses began to turn it up with the Patriots scoring a touchdown after a fumbled punt return by Steelers’ Gunner Olsewski. After that, the Steelers drove down...

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Montrose Student Podcast: Reclaiming Authenticity in Female Identity
Montrose Student Podcast: Reclaiming Authenticity in Female Identity
Chaitanya Arora '23, Podcast Editor

Our 11th grade AP Lang Class discussed the pressures surrounding us when trying to find our future paths and interviewed the women in our lives for guidance. We explored the balance between motherhood and career as we tuned out societal pressures to reclaim our authenticity as young women. We submitted this podcast to the National Public Radio High School Podcast Challenge, and it inspired us to start the Montrose Student Podcast. Listen to this episode: The Women's Question: Reclaiming Authenticity in the Search for Female Identity https://anchor.fm/reclaimingauthenticity/episodes/The-Womans-Question-Reclaiming-Authenticity-in-the-Search-for-Female-Identity-e1fv4aj/a-a7jtvq8

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The senior class of 2023 gathered to take a last first day of school picture wearing their matching heart-shaped glasses.
My Last First Day, a Senior's Reflection
Chaitanya Arora '23, Contributing Writer • September 20, 2022
The seniors toss their caps in front of the Montrose M on Miracle Field.
A Fond Farewell to The Exuberant Class of 2022
Kate Novack '24, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief • June 5, 2022
Visitors admire the artwork at the 2022 Student Arts Showcase.
Montrose Celebrates the Arts This Spring
Lucy DeMeo '24, Arts and Entertainment Editor • May 16, 2022
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Montrose Student Podcast: The Myths & Blessings of Junior Year
Montrose Student Podcast: The Myths & Blessings of Junior Year
Chaitanya Arora , Podcast Editor • June 9, 2022
Nine Montrosians, including four freshmen, participated in the NHD state competition.
Our Journey Through History: National History Day Competition
Whitney Uche '25, Staff Writer • May 2, 2022
Montrose introduces new assessment blocks before break to alleviate burden on students. What does the school think?
New Assessment Blocks At Montrose
Helen Olohan '24, Staff Writer • April 5, 2022
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Montrose Student Podcast: Reclaiming Authenticity in Female Identity
Montrose Student Podcast: Reclaiming Authenticity in Female Identity
Chaitanya Arora '23, Podcast Editor • June 9, 2022
From left to right, seniors Kasey Corra, Tess Farr, Erica Brown, and Spandana Vagwala pose together at their senior dinner.
Thank You Seniors: Erica Brown
Hana Shinzawa '24, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief and Science Editor • May 28, 2022
Spandana at the Baccalaureate Mass.
Thank You Seniors: Spandana Vagwala
Cecilia Ashenuga '24, Food and Wellness and Social Media Editor • May 28, 2022
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Featured in J.K Rowlings, Harry Potter, the Marauders are a group of friends that are all members of the Hogwarts house.
Why the Story of the Marauders (from Harry Potter) is so sad: Part 2
Keira Hyatt '26, Co-Middle School Editor • May 26, 2022
The Marauders, a group of friends featured in J.K Rowlings hit series, Harry Potter.
Why the Story of the Marauders (from Harry Potter) is so sad: Part 1
Keira Hyatt '26, Co-Middle School Editor • May 26, 2022
In my eyes, Kim Kardashian wearing Marilyn Monroe’s dress totally tarnishes the iconic American pop culture object. Now when I see the dress, I will think of it as: “Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress that was ruined.”
Marilyn Monroe's Happy Birthday Dress and the Kim Kardashian Controversy
Abbie Lindblad '24, Arts and Entertainment Editor and Copy Editor • May 23, 2022
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Featured in J.K Rowlings, Harry Potter, the Marauders are a group of friends that are all members of the Hogwarts house.
Why the Story of the Marauders (from Harry Potter) is so sad: Part 2
Keira Hyatt '26, Co-Middle School Editor • May 26, 2022
The Marauders, a group of friends featured in J.K Rowlings hit series, Harry Potter.
Why the Story of the Marauders (from Harry Potter) is so sad: Part 1
Keira Hyatt '26, Co-Middle School Editor • May 26, 2022
Rachael Botelho 26 and Keira Hyatt 26 on spirit day.
Feature: Rachael Botelho'26
Keira Hyatt '26, Middle School Editor • May 24, 2022
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