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No, Money Cannot Buy Happiness

By Michelle Wang (III), Assistant Editor June 19, 2022

Think of the last time you bought a shirt you really wanted. For the next few days, you were excited about the newest addition to your closet and smiled at the thought of the trendy outfits you would experiment...

Yes, Money Can Buy Happiness

By Mary Harrington (II), Contributing Writer June 19, 2022

In a capitalistic society driven by wealth, money becomes a tool to make people happy. It can boost contentment by enabling people to obtain material goods, financial security and personal enjoyment. In...

Yes, BPS Should Lift Its Mask Mandate

By Thomas Oakes (IV), Contributing Writer April 17, 2022

Within a week of Governor Charlie Baker’s announcement that the statewide mask mandate for schools would be lifted, over 120 school districts across Massachusetts announced they would be lifting mandatory...

No, BPS Should Not Lift Its Mask Mandate

By Mia White (III), Contributing Writer April 16, 2022

In the past few years, the subject of mask-wearing has been a constant source of debate. Masks are an essential part of keeping COVID-19 cases at a minimum, proven time and time again by the recent surges...

Yes, Students Should Rely on Caffeine

By Jolie Bellerand (III), Contributing Writer March 10, 2022

Students across the country understand the exhaustion that comes from a long night of studying, but no one knows it better than Boston Latin School students. With its increasing popularity, caffeine is...

No, Students Should Not Rely on Caffeine

By Catherine Wang (II), Staff Writer March 10, 2022

Caffeine has long been a staple of many Americans’ morning routine. A rich cup of coffee poured into a ceramic mug gives most people the extra burst of energy needed to get out the door in the morning....

No, BLS Should Not Switch to a Remote Learning Model

By Thomas Oakes (IV), Contributing Writer January 28, 2022

With the recent surge of the highly contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant, many Boston Latin School students and staff have raised concerns about the school staying open with no virtual option. Though these...

Yes, BLS Should Switch to a Remote Learning Model

By Amy Cui (III), Contributing Writer January 28, 2022

The strikingly low attendance among the Boston Latin School community is becoming a new norm. Classrooms have not looked the same since the pandemic, and the latest surge of the Omicron variant has further...

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