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BLS Argo: Protect AAPI Lives

April 12, 2021

Hello readers! As Boston Latin School's official newspaper, The Argo would like to supply information regarding the surge of anti-Asian crimes that have occurred across the country over the past months....

Lem's Love Advice

Lem’s Love Advice

By Lem Yu (I), Contributing Writer February 14, 2021

Hi all, Welcome to the special February edition of the Argo advice column! As you may remember, we answered reader-submitted questions once upon a time (i.e. last year). Fortunately, we were able to...

Photo By: Andre Weiss (I)

Senior Spotlight: Nadine Han

By Mira Yu (III), Staff Writer December 21, 2020

Need a 20-minute rundown on the infeasibility of federal deficit spending? Wondering who keeps saying “Yooo, that’s actually big brain” from the computer lab? I’d lead you to Nadine, but she’s...

Mulan Fails to Gain Honor Among Viewers

By Anna Wilcox and Ellis Seul October 18, 2020

Though fans of Disney have long been waiting for the live-action version of Mulan, recent reviews have been mixed. Originally planned to be released on March 27, 2020, the movie was rescheduled numerous...


March 26, 2020

Girls’ Track Remains United Despite Cancellations

By Shane Sullivan and Timothy McGrath March 26, 2020

Because of rising concerns of the coronavirus, an incredible season from the girls’ track team was cut short following the cancellation of their trip to the national tournament in New York. The girls’...

Aidan Doherty’s (IV) Aspirations for American Ninja Warrior

By Lucy Abdow, Contributing Writer March 26, 2020

For those of you who watch the popular T.V. show American Ninja Warrior, you might be shocked to learn that a student in our school community, Aidan Doherty (IV), is training and competing just like the...

The Downsides of High School Specialization

By Alice Han and Alice Wu March 26, 2020

For many high school students, the ultimate goal is to be accepted into their top college. With the college application process, however, there often is an intrinsic pressure to specialize—that is, to...

Masking the Real Problem

By Alice Zhang, Staff Writer March 26, 2020

With the new pandemic arousing waves of fear and panic, everyone has many unanswered questions and concerns. Empty shelves are a common sight as more and more people stock up on items as if preparing for...

Single-Sex Summer Programs: Showing Us the Future?

By Cinly Mo, Contributing Writer March 26, 2020

In recent years, single-gender camps have been increasingly popular amongst young people. Several universities like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Boston University (BU) have launched...

BLS Scholars Dominate at Citywide Science Fair

By Esther Shen and Ai-Kee Cheung March 26, 2020

On February 29, Boston Latin School students showcased their independent research projects at Boston’s annual City Science Fair, winning 21 awards in both the middle school and high school divisions. The...

Topol Fellows Team Up with Uygher Activists

By Katie Rouse, Contributing Writer March 26, 2020

On March 10, the Boston Latin School Topol Fellows hosted guest speakers in the Seevak Room to raise awareness about China’s ethnic cleansing of Uyghur Muslims. The idea for the event was started...

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