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Xander Bogaerts greets Christian Vasquez after scoring.
Boston Sports Update: The Red Sox
Alanna Hyatt '22, Co-Politics Editor

It’s that time of year again. The weather is consistently warm, final exams are upon us, and visions of ice cream and grilled dinners are dancing through everyone's heads. Summer is on its way. However, perhaps my favorite sign of the beginning of summer is the start of baseball season. Baseball is what helps me relax. When I watch baseball, I don’t have to worry about school, college applications, the news, or anything else that might be stressful. I can just sit down with my family and watch the next adventure of a game the Red Sox have to...

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Family-Friend Food Fusion Through Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Cecilia Ashenuga '24 and Rosie Reale

A couple of months ago when I was cleaning up the kitchen after dinner, my phone started to ding. Rosie Reale ‘24 was frantically texting me. When I read the texts, I was horrified to see a photo of separated, messy-looking cookie dough accompanied by a text that said: “Help, how can I fix this!!!”  To be honest, I wasn’t sure what was wrong, so I told her that the cookies probably weren't going to be saved. The next day, my failure to save her baking disaster still occupied my mind, so I asked her to send me the recipe. It was on old stained...

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The cast of Les Mis at Montrose performed successfully Thursday the 20th in front of an in person audience.
Les Mis: Reflections from the Cast
Helen Olohan '24 and Lucy Demeo '24

After long hours of rehearsal, the Montrose production of Les Miserables is complete! Now that the adrenaline rush of tech week is over, the cast has had time to reflect on the show and the countless songs within it. With only a few weeks to put on such an ambitious show,  the cast was happily surprised to see how it all turned out.  Chloe Stefani ‘24 said: “It went way too well for us only having about 4 weeks of rehearsal. Normal shows that aren't as challenging as this one normally do not come together this quickly. What we did was pretty...

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Former Exec Student Government Secretary and Treasurer and rising Exec President and Vice President say goodbye to their valiant senior executive leaders after a year of resilient adapted traditions and Common Homerooms
Thank You Senior Stud Gov Execs!
Kasey Corra '22 and Catherine Olohan '22 May 28, 2021
Montrose holds its largest school event since the pandemic to celebrate the arts.
Performing Arts Showcase Review
Theresa Marcucci '23, Faith Editor • May 27, 2021
COVID restrictions have led club leader and Spirit of Service Award Winner Grace Gulbankian
Reading Poetry for the Residents of Thomas Upham
Jenn Uche '22, Creative Writing Editor • May 27, 2021
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The Class of 2022 at their Junior Ring Ceremony
Junior Joshing: Should It Be Allowed?
Anya Marino '24, Contributing Writer • May 26, 2021
This graphic compiles many important symbols from different religions.
Inclusion of Non-Catholic Religions: Montrose Needs to Do Better
Hana Shinzawa ‘24, Opinions Editor • May 24, 2021
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Fast Food Opinions
Bella Gonet '26, Staff Writer • May 23, 2021
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Former Exec Student Government Secretary and Treasurer and rising Exec President and Vice President say goodbye to their valiant senior executive leaders after a year of resilient adapted traditions and Common Homerooms
Thank You Senior Stud Gov Execs!
Kasey Corra '22 and Catherine Olohan '22 May 28, 2021
Montrose
Thank You Seniors in Treblemakers!
Elyza Tuan '23 and Lucy DeMeo '24 May 27, 2021
Softball seniors Carmela Silvia
Softball and Its Seniors
Bella Convery '22, Staff Writer • May 26, 2021
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The cast of Les Mis at Montrose performed successfully Thursday the 20th in front of an in person audience.
Les Mis: Reflections from the Cast
Helen Olohan '24 and Lucy Demeo '24 May 29, 2021
Montrose holds its largest school event since the pandemic to celebrate the arts.
Performing Arts Showcase Review
Theresa Marcucci '23, Faith Editor • May 27, 2021
Montrose
Thank You Seniors in Treblemakers!
Elyza Tuan '23 and Lucy DeMeo '24 May 27, 2021
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Sixth grade lacrosse members recap a season of modified introduction to a new sport.
New to the Sport: The Middle School and JV Lacrosse Teams
Tvesha Patel '27 and Anna Kocho '27 May 28, 2021
Fast Food Opinions
Fast Food Opinions
Bella Gonet '26, Staff Writer • May 23, 2021
Middle School editor Rachael Botelho provides a spoiler-free review for a young adult thriller novel.
Book Review: The Lake by Natasha Preston
Rachael Botelho '26, Rising Middle School Editor • May 20, 2021
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