The Argo

Beginning Band plays Beethoven's Theme from Symphony No. 9. (Source: Margaret McKenna)

Spring Arts Showcase Goes Forward

By Catherine Cox (V), Staff Writer June 18, 2021

There is no doubt that the pandemic has changed the way we live our lives, putting many events on hold and forcing us to take new approaches — from online learning to interacting with relatives and friends...

BLS Zine: A Forum Where Fashion Meets Writing

By Caitlin Donovan (III), Contributing Writer June 18, 2021

Boston Latin School Zine, a fashion journalism club founded by Tia Hashem (II) and Josie Bailey (II), is one of many clubs that emerged during the pandemic this school year. Both juniors decided to start...

Olivia Rodrigo released her new album, Sour, on March 21st. (Source: Lauren Choy (III))

Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR Meets Sweet Success

By Hannah Oh (III), Contributing Writer June 18, 2021

Child actress and now singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo is dominating the charts with her debut album, SOUR. First known for acting and singing in Disney productions such as High School Musical: The Musical:...

Urinetown cover artwork done by Haley Regan (II). (Source: Haley Regan (II))

Behind the Production of BLS Theatre’s Urinetown

By Penelope Meisel (IV), Contributing Writer June 18, 2021

Boston Latin School Theatre displayed its commitment and hard work on Zoom with its recent musical, Urinetown, which streamed on June 3, 4 and 5. Urinetown is a satirical comedy following a town with a...

Performers raise awareness for mental health. (Source: Karen Dong (III))

A Night To Remember: TWLOHA’s First Open Mic Night

By Rachel Roncka (II), Staff Writer June 18, 2021

It’s May, and everyone is feeling burnt out. The pressure of AP exams, summer job searches and the Term 4 workload has taken a toll on students’ mental health that not even the brightening weather...

Displayed is the courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. (Source: Liza Voll)

Netflix’s This is a Robbery Steals the Show

By Mary Bosch (III), Staff Writer June 18, 2021

Have you ever seen the empty frames that hang on the walls of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston? If the answer is yes, you may know that they are a result of the massive art heist that took...

Faye Papadopoulos (I) displays their stylish boots and fishnets, all accompanied by a smile. (Source: Hana Munoz)

Artist Spotlight: Faye Papadopoulos (I)

By Yongyu Qiu (III), Contributing Writer June 18, 2021

Have you ever seen Faye Papadopoulos (I) perform on stage at the Black Box or walked past them during theatre rehearsals? Throughout their years at Boston Latin School, Papadopoulos has committed themself...

Kelsey and Maggie’s Corner

Kelsey and Maggie’s Corner

By Kelsey Chen (II) and Maggie Olson (II) June 18, 2021

How to get better (grades) in subjects like ela and humanities or anything related to those subjects. - Anonymous Howdy Anon, ELA and Humanities aren’t easy, but with our tips, you’ll be crushing...

Senior Shoutouts

Senior Shoutouts

May 13, 2021

Submit shoutouts congratulating your senior friends, family and classmates for all their hard work this year. The format is completely up to you! Please send us an outline in any form with all text...

1917, a war and drama movie, continues to receive awards a year after its release.

1917 (2019) Movie Review

By Elizabeth Choi (III), A&E Editor April 21, 2021

1917 (2019), directed by Sam Mendes, is a film nominated by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the Academy Award for Best Picture. The Boston Latin School community was asked to rate the...

Little Big Women was released on Netflix on October 22, 2020 and has since attracted lots of attention. (Source: IMBD)

Little Big Women Pulls Heartstrings

By Kelsey Chen (II), Staff Writer April 20, 2021

With a variety of films just a click away, who knows what to watch anymore? If you find yourself asking this question, Little Big Women (孤味, “Guo Mie”), a hit Taiwanese drama in Hokkian and Mandarin...

The Museum of Fine Arts' exhibition

Celebrating Women in Visual Arts

By Penelope Meisel (IV), Contributing Writer April 19, 2021

The underrepresentation of female artists in the world of visual arts is a significant problem. For years, men have dominated the industry and women have been left out of the rich history of art. The Museum...

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