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Gabriella Dansereau ‘26 (left), and I, Kristina Klauzinski (right), posing with our well-fought-for awards (brought back some hardware for Montrose… yay!)
Montrose Makes History in the World of Junior Classical League
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Co-Sports Editor

On March tenth, the Montrose Junior Classical League chapter made history, winning their first-ever Certamen. Junior Classical League, better known as JCL, is similar to a trivia team, pertaining to all things Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece from translating and grammar to mythology, history and culture. JCL teams compete against other schools in groups of up to four people in Certamens (Latin for “competition”), and they compete in either the novice, intermediate, or advanced level. Each team competes in three preliminary rounds, each of which...

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Lucy Demeo 24 highlights a few works in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
Highlights from the National Gallery
Lucy DeMeo '24, Co-Arts and Entertainment Editor

According to their mission statement, the United States’ National Gallery “serves the nation by welcoming all people to explore and experience art, creativity, and our shared humanity.” It’s a leviathan of a museum – admission is free, and once you’re inside, the sprawling galleries easily swallow an inquiring viewer journeying through medieval to contemporary art from around Europe and the Americas. By five o'clock (when they close), you absolutely emerge having encountered “art, creativity, and our shared humanity,” and you probably...

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Remus Lupin doesnt get a lot of recognition. Keira Hyatt 26 is here to change that.
Remus Lupin
Keira Hyatt '26, Staff Writer

Back in October, I wrote an article on James Potter from the Harry Potter series. I really enjoyed writing that one, so I decided to write another one on James’ fellow marauder, Remus Lupin. Although Remus is a pretty important character in the series, he unfortunately doesn’t get a lot of recognition. This kind of stinks considering everything he did, not just in the four Harry Potter books he was actually in, but in the years before the first book even took place. Thankfully, I’m a huge nerd and a huge Remus fan so I decided to find out...

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Gabriella Dansereau ‘26 (left), and I, Kristina Klauzinski (right), posing with our well-fought-for awards (brought back some hardware for Montrose… yay!)
Montrose Makes History in the World of Junior Classical League
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Co-Sports Editor • March 14, 2023
Students, family, and faculty turned the juniors rings at the Junior Ring Ceremony.
Junior Ring Ceremony
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Assistant Sports Editor • March 6, 2023
A birds-eye view of the 2023 March for Life
The 2023 March for Life
Monica Ronayne '25, Contributing Writer • February 5, 2023
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A photo from one of my field hockey tournaments last April in which my teammates and I played in a HUGE rainstorm and a bit of thunder and lightning in Epping, New Hampshire.
The Benefits of Club Sports
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Co-Sports Editor • January 25, 2023
Ms. Lechner, along with her French 3 students, enjoy class in a newly-painted Room 14.
Is there a deeper meaning behind why we abhor the wall color change?
Ava Ryan '23, Faith Editor • January 13, 2023
Home page of the Conservateur
A New Age of Women’s Magazines
Sarah Lange '25, Staff Writer • January 5, 2023
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All passengers were safely removed from the plane by 3:55 pm- a total of 24 minutes after the plane landed on the river. None of the passengers suffered any serious injuries.
Miracle on the Hudson
Sarah Lange '25, Staff Writer • February 7, 2023
Suki Waterhouse, an amazing lyricist and entertainer performing at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston.
Having a Melrose Meltdown: Suki Waterhouse’s ‘Coolest Place in the World’ Concert
Abbie Lindblad '24, Arts and Entertainment Editor and Managing Copy Editor • February 2, 2023
Jackie Kennedy Onassis: The Greatest Fashion Icon of the 1960s
Jackie Kennedy Onassis: The Greatest Fashion Icon of the 1960's
Chloe Stefani '24 and Kate Novack '24 February 2, 2023
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Lucy Demeo 24 highlights a few works in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
Highlights from the National Gallery
Lucy DeMeo '24, Co-Arts and Entertainment Editor • March 13, 2023
Remus Lupin doesnt get a lot of recognition. Keira Hyatt 26 is here to change that.
Remus Lupin
Keira Hyatt '26, Staff Writer • March 13, 2023
Taylor Swift’s album folklore is full of literary devices if you take the time to listen for them.
Literary Devices in...Music?
Theresa Marcucci '23, Associate Editor-in-Chief • March 2, 2023
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Remus Lupin doesnt get a lot of recognition. Keira Hyatt 26 is here to change that.
Remus Lupin
Keira Hyatt '26, Staff Writer • March 13, 2023
What does the ISRO have to do with Tvesha Patel? Read and find out!
My Home Country and the ISRO
Tvesha Patel '27, Middle School Editor • February 22, 2023
Who is St. Valentine, anyway?
St. Valentine: A Brief Introduction
Elisabeth Smith '28, Staff Writer • February 13, 2023
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