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The student news site of Brimmer and May School | Chestnut Hill, MA

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Balancing Justice and Humanity: Rethinking Nitrogen Executions

James Yu, Senior Journalist February 22, 2024
The distress caused by nitrogen execution prompts a reconsideration of its use in modern justice, urging a cautious stance.
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Healthcare and technology concept for artificial intelligence in medicine and clinical systems, machine and deep learning.

Op-Ed: As Technology and AI Advances, Medicine is Changing

Edward Flint, Managing Editor February 14, 2024
Many fear that medical use of AI could result in errors, which human doctors would have found.
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A hole in the plane where a door should be after an incident in the sky.

Op-Ed: Terror in the Skies

Evan Michaeli, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2024
Twelve minutes after ascending from Oregon’s Portland International Airport, Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 experienced a system failure.
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Newton teachers and supporters rally in front of City Hall, demanding a fair contract. Hundreds showed each day of the strike.

Op-Ed: Unity Through Strength

Ruby Cohen-Weinberg, Journalist February 8, 2024
Mayor Ruthanne Fuller could have done a lot more to support teachers, but chose to take a backseat.
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Science teacher Zoë Stublarec works one-on-one with chemistry student Stephanie Altschul 25. Ms. Z always helps me to understand content that Ive missed in class. She knows all of her students, and is really able to personalize the learning experience.

Op-Ed: Miss Z Inspires Minds, Touches Hearts

Mckinlee DePaola, Journalist January 25, 2024
Science teacher Zoë Stublarec shines as a beacon of inspiration and warmth for her students.
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Former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon delivers a speech at the opening ceremony.

Unlocking Model UN: Will You Fail or Fly?

Amelia Bowman, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2024
A guide to whether you should join Model UN and discover a transformative experience beyond the glamour of diplomacy.
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A sea of educators and supporters of the strike demonstrate in front of City Hall on Saturday. Photo courtesy of the Newton Teachers Association.

Editorial: We Support Newton Teachers

Gator Editorial Board (2023-2024) January 23, 2024
Enough is enough! It's time for Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller to stop hiding, negotiate in good faith, and do her job.
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Learning a new language through a non-native tongue serves as a pathway to enhance our understanding of the world, our emotions, and ourselves.

Op-Ed: Embracing French as a Third Language

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist January 8, 2024
Learning another language in your non-native tongue is a pathway to better our understanding ourselves.
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Elle Stangle, left of Head Coach Ian Plant, participates in a Varsity Soccer huddle.

Op-Ed: Navigating the Transition to High School

Elle Stangle, Journalist January 2, 2024
Upon entering high school, I was struck by the welcoming environment and the eagerness of others to connect with me.
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The judicial hammer on the background of Trump.

Op-Ed: Trump Will Spell Disaster for America

Edward Flint, Managing Editor November 28, 2023
We can't make this same mistake again. For America's survival, Trump can'’t become President.
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The official logo of Los Angeles 2028 Olympics.

Op-Ed: Olympic Baseball is a Home Run

Jack Malloy, Journalist November 28, 2023
Even though baseball is considered to be America’s greatest pastime, it is great to see it branching all over the globe.
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The Schools Core Values appear on the wall nearby Dean of Students Paul Murrays office.

Editorial: A Call for Core Values

Gator Editorial Board (2023-2024) November 20, 2023
At a time when our School's core values should be guiding every action, recent troubling incidents of theft and a lack of respect suggest a disconnect. 
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