The Looking Glass

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

One week ago, the 7th Grade had a talk about friendship led by Lovey Moore ‘24, Katrina Landry ‘24, and a couple other 12th graders from the Psychology club. They were friendly and encouraging as they told us what they wished they could tell themselves when they were our age. Then, we moved on to an activity that helped me open up about the feelings that I’ve taught myself to bottle up, which was a result of getting bullied at my old school. The experience of letting my emotions out was a lot to talk about and really hard for me, but the 12th...

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A small twisting road through the woods
Merry Robin, Kisses, and Meat
Elisabeth Halberstadt ‘27, Contributing Writer

Once there was a Merry band Those around would loudly say ‘Twas a very merry man Who would to the poor give pay Through the lonely homely wood Lo! that man was Robin Hood   On the road, he met a man Who was heading into town Busy booth of meat he ran Male or not, in suit or gown Meat for all, meat for all Robin Hood would make his call   To the rich charge steady pay To the pretty take a kiss To the poor with all allay Get your meat that’s not amiss Merry Robin gave meat free To...

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The helmets of both Super Bowl LVIII teams: the San Francisco 49ers (left), and the Kansas City Chiefs (right), face each other, symbolizing the faceoff that happened on Sunday Night.
Super Bowl LVIII
Kristina Klauzinski '24, Sports Editor

Super Bowl LVIII has received lots of attention, from Taylor Swift dating Chiefs’ tight end Travis Kelce, to the newly-built Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas hosting the event. I was most excited for the game because of how incredibly exciting and talented both teams were this season – this year, the teams playing in the Super Bowl were the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, which was also a matchup of Super Bowl LIV in 2020 that played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida and ended in a 20-31 win for the Chiefs. Comparing each...

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Students participate in the All School Day of Service at the New Life Furniture Bank.
New Life Furniture Bank
Brooke Surdel ‘27 and Julianna Flores ‘27 February 11, 2024
2024 Lunar New Year
2024 Lunar New Year
Sarah Tea '30, Staff Writer • February 10, 2024
The Medfield Childrens Center
Service Day in 6th Grade
Becca Fossella '30, Lily Crowley '30, and Louisa Cratty '30 February 6, 2024
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What will you choose; Starbucks or Dunkin?
Starbucks vs. Dunkin
Eloisa Pap '30, Contributing Writer • February 6, 2024
A photo of a Chick-Fil-A restaurant.
Even Kanye West Knows Chick-Fil-A is Closed on Sundays
Sarah Lange '25, Opinions and Politics Editor • January 5, 2024
For many people, checking their smartphone can be addicting.
Pros and Cons of Phones in Lockers: From the Perspective of a Sixth Grader
Sarah Tea '30, Contributing Writer • November 9, 2023
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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, a Nigerian author and public speaker.
The Danger of a Single Story
Meghana Kunamneni '25, Contributing Writer • February 10, 2024
Montrose juniors and seniors at MCFL banquet
Massachusetts Citizens For Life 50th Anniversary Gala
Anya Marino '24, Faith Editor • January 12, 2024
Mrs. Elrod, in our first all school assembly of the year, calling on the community to be adventurous on the “treasure hunts” of our lives and answering the same question as Barbie, “What was I made for?”
The Importance of Gratitude
Kate Novack '24, Co-Editor-In-Chief and Features Editor • January 5, 2024
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A scene from Les Miserables.
The French Revolution: Les Miserables Movie and Musical Review
Ayla Tran '30, Contributing Writer • February 10, 2024
One cast of Steel Magnolias performing
Steel Magnolias Review
Lara Cratty '27, Contributing Writer • January 4, 2024
Jane Eyre, the heroine who inspired a personal reading revolution.
Meeting Jane
Lara Cratty '27, Contributing Writer • January 1, 2024
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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
Ripplefluffs, described as a part brownie and part cupcake treat, are a dessert from the Keeper world.
Keeper of the Lost Cities Ripplefluffs
Caroline McRoskey '29, Staff Writer • February 11, 2024
The mysterious figure loomed over me, a knife gleaming under their cloak.
The Dreamwalker
Regina Maricich '29, Staff Writer • February 11, 2024
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