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  • Codemakers!

    Codemakers!

    A few decades ago, the latest craze was learning how to turn on and use the computer. Eventually, schools started to make typing classes and games for kids. Now, as […]

     
  • Belmont Committee Decides to Drop Religious Holidays From School Calender

    Belmont Committee Decides to Drop Religious Holidays From School Calender

    On March 22, 2016 a radical change occurred in the education system of our town. The Belmont School Committee voted unanimously to strip the school calendar of Christian Jewish religious […]

     
  • Inside the Teenage Mind

    Inside the Teenage Mind

    As we grow up, our minds change and start to adapt to the world of adults. We start to make different decisions and the physical structure of our brains change […]

     
  • Boston Globe Event 2016

    Boston Globe Event 2016

    I had a wonderful time attending the Boston Globe school journalism event! During this event, approximately 50 students, representing 20 Boston-area schools, were there to interview Julian Benbow, a writer […]

     
  • Belmont Idol 2016

    Belmont Idol 2016

      With its lovely singers and its graceful dancers, Belmont Idol never ceases to amaze. From a heartfelt performance of “Hallelujah,” by Leonard Cohen, sung by sophomore Mary Galstian, to […]

     
  • Iowa Caucus Results!

    Iowa Caucus Results!

    The 2016 Presidential primaries are officially in full swing! On Monday Feburary 1st, thousands of voters in Iowa took to the polls to decide the Republican and Democratic Presidential nominees. […]

     
  • Snowflake Volunteers

    Belmont Snowflakes

    With a record- breaking 110 inches of snow last year, this year seems like a tropical paradise to most people. However, to those people who love snow; Belmont High has […]

     
  • Book Picks: Not If I See You First

    Book Picks: Not If I See You First

    Most people at school are probably used to Belmont High’s small community by now. What would happen if the student body suddenly doubled? More specifically, what would happen if the […]

     
  • The Eurasian Psyche

    The Eurasian Psyche

    Eurasian: of mixed European and Asian parentage When you hear the word “Eurasian,” do you focus more on the “Eur” or the “Asian”? Many people today focus on just the […]

     
  • Book Picks: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

    Book Picks: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

    Everyone wishes they were still an elementary schooler, right? Little to no homework, very little responsibility… and all the paralyzing childhood fears that age has mostly killed. Neil Gaiman’s novel, The […]