Archive for June 2nd, 2023


ChatGPT in the classroom, a role that is still developing

Artificial intelligence, also known as AI, has recently become a more integral part of our everyday lives, revolutionizing the way we approach tasks. However, with the release of the new artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT, there has been much discourse about its use in academic spaces. AI can be helpful in […]

Community / Opinion

Upper School Forum: Bring in more guests, please

Each year, only a small number of Forum Classes are dedicated to special speakers and companies teaching classes, but these outside speakers leave an everlasting impression and impact on students. For example, this year the Senior Class participated in self-defense classes taught by Impact Boston. Though there are numerous videos […]

Athletics / Opinion / The Nation and the World

Athletes, money, and the new trend of sportswashing

In the realm of sports, where fierce competition, raw talent, and unyielding passion reign supreme, a disconcerting phenomenon has emerged: “sportswashing.” Beyond the exhilarating goals, breathtaking victories, and heart-wrenching defeats lies a web of questionable alliances and strategic partnerships. The concept of sportswashing refers to the exploitation of sporting events […]


The Metamorphosis is an exploration of isolation and identity

Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis is a work of classic literature written in late 1912, but it is a timeless book that I found to be very inspiring. The book was originally written in German and I read the English translation of it. I read this book on my own and […]


Lana Del Ray’s newest album is worth a listen

On March 24th, 2023, Lana Del Ray released her 9th album, titled Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. The album features 16 songs, with three songs released as singles. These songs stand out as some of her best work, and represent the growth she’s made since […]


Ms. Hernandez Cruz is a joyful addition to Student Affairs

Monday morning, running late, and now on my way to check in, I dread the incoming point on my record, but as soon as I walk into student affairs, my worries subside when I see Mariela Hernandez Cruz smiling from her desk. The Student Affairs Administrative Assistant was welcomed by […]


Jackman. Is one of Jack Harlow’s best projects

Jack Harlow’s third studio album, Jackman., is a substantial improvement from his last project, Come Home The Kids Miss You (2022). Jack Harlow is a 26 year old rapper from Louisville, Kentucky. On Wednesday, April 26th, Harlow announced a surprise album that came out two days later; it consists of […]


Letters to Juliet is a riveting comfort movie

While there are many wonderful movies out right now, I implore you to take a look back to 2010 and consider watching Letters to Juliet, a wonderful movie about romance and adventure. While this movie came out 13 years ago, it is still very relevant and worth the watch. This […]

Opinion / The Nation and the World

American citizens must take action in the war in Ukraine

While walking through Massachusetts suburbs in the winter and spring of 2022, you would have frequently caught a glimpse of blue and yellow colored flags billowing alongside many homes. Now, with a year having passed since the Russian government’s invasion of Ukraine, American citizens have failed to remain attentive towards […]

The Nation and the World / Uncategorized

Andrew Tate, “professional misogynist,” remains under house arrest in Romania

Andrew Tate, a former kickboxer and self-proclaimed misogynist influencer, was arrested on December 29, 2022, on charges of rape and human trafficking in Romania, along with his brother, Tristan Tate. The 36-year-old, who has a large following on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram, was taken into custody […]