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A photo of the Notre Dame Cathedral as it erupted into flames in April 2019
The Reconstruction of Notre Dame: A Historic French Treasure or an Opportunity Ripe for Reimagining?
Sarah Lange '25, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Editor of Opinions and Politics

Stained glass pictures, old historic towers and spirals and sacred wooden pews were ravaged by  flames when the Notre Dame cathedral caught fire in April of 2019. As a Catholic and a “history dork” (as my older brother affectionately calls me), I always dreamed of seeing the amazing gothic cathedral one day. When much of the French building was destroyed by the terrible fire, I know I was not the only person heartbroken to see the damage that ensued, such as the original architects’ efforts that were lost forever. But luckily before the fire...

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Spring is the perfect time for baking!
Spring Recipes
Sorina Yegian '26, Food and Wellness Editor

I am so excited that spring is finally here! These recipes are all from the Food Network, meaning that they will be delicious! They might have to be modified due to any allergies. Here are 3 delicious recipes that you can make with your family this spring! I know I will!   Lemon Thyme Bars https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/lemon-thyme-bars-recipe-1953653 By: Giada De Laurentiis   Ingredients:  -Bars Butter, for greasing dish Flour, for dusting dish 1 stick (4 ounces) unsalted...

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A view of an eclipse in totality.
The Eclipse Dangers
Tvesha Patel, Photography Editor

Two Mondays ago, on April 8th, we all saw a partial solar eclipse, in which the moon was covering about 92% of the sun! But in watching the solar eclipse, questions arise, one being why can we not look into the sun and two being why people do look into the sun even knowing the dangers it causes. These are the two looming questions that most people get while watching the two celestial bodies turn into a black hole with a corona of the sun's flares. Even though many people know the minimum extent of the dangers that could be caused by the solar eclipse...

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Sanya Nadeem ‘26 looking proud after winning the Lions Club speech competition!
Congratulations, Sanya: Massachusetts Lions Club Speech Competition Champion!
Eloisa Pap ‘30, Clubs and Classes Editor • May 7, 2024
New digital SAT prep books
What You Need to Know About the New SAT
Megan Cloherty ‘26, Rising Assistant Copy Editor • April 6, 2024
Medfield Childrens Center, where Montroses sixth grade when to visit.
Our Visit To The Medfield Children’s Center
Eloisa Pap '30, Editor of Clubs and Classes • April 2, 2024
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A picture of citizens from Asheville, North Carolina voting in their municipal elections.
United Ballots, Amplified Voices: Why Synchronizing Town Elections is Key to Maximizing Voter Turnout
Sanya Nadeem '26, Assistant Editor of Opinions and Politics • April 30, 2024
A photo of the Notre Dame Cathedral as it erupted into flames in April 2019
The Reconstruction of Notre Dame: A Historic French Treasure or an Opportunity Ripe for Reimagining?
Sarah Lange '25, Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Editor of Opinions and Politics • April 23, 2024
Statue of our Lady of Medjugorje
Medjugorje: Fact or Fiction?
Josie Marcucci ‘25, Contributing Writer • April 6, 2024
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Vivian Krawiecki and Anya Marino, two Chapel Crew seniors, together at Homecoming.
Thank you Seniors: Chapel Crew Senior Tribute
Josie Marcucci '25, Contributing Writer • May 20, 2024
Sanya Nadeem ‘26 looking proud after winning the Lions Club speech competition!
Congratulations, Sanya: Massachusetts Lions Club Speech Competition Champion!
Eloisa Pap ‘30, Clubs and Classes Editor • May 7, 2024
Nature fuels music because music is an essential part of nature.
What are We Going to Do With Music?
Elisabeth Halberstadt '27, Rising Faith Editor • March 25, 2024
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The album cover for Beyoncé’s newest album, Cowboy Carter.
An Honest Review of Cowboy Carter
Annie Maalouf '26, Contributing Writer • April 8, 2024
The Aftermath of the Easter Rising in Dublin, Ireland.
“A Terrible Beauty”- W. B. Yeats’s “Easter, 1916”
Elisabeth Smith '28, Rising Co-Assistant Editor-in-Chief • March 25, 2024
Nature fuels music because music is an essential part of nature.
What are We Going to Do With Music?
Elisabeth Halberstadt '27, Rising Faith Editor • March 25, 2024
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There are many easy desserts that you can bake with your friends!
Five Easy Desserts to Make with Your Friends!
Sarah Tea '30, Middle School Editor • May 6, 2024
As Lent begins, it is always important to keep its reason in mind.
Why Do We "Give Up" Things for Lent?
Elisabeth Smith '28, Middle School Editor • February 18, 2024
Seventh Graders, as the enjoy their first M Block of the year in Room 7.
7th Grade Civic Friendship Talk
Mimi Naylor '29, Contributing Writer • February 15, 2024
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