The Argo

Class Officers Farewells

June 18, 2021

Gian Martinez President Dear Class of 2021, As I write this farewell to you all, I’m currently sitting, reminiscing on these last six years, which for some have flown, and for others have felt like...

Giving POC Meaningful Representation in the Media

June 18, 2021

Remember watching Jessie or Bunk’d? They were often considered “comfort shows,” as many Disney films are. Eyes that have been opened to normalized racism, stereotypes and bias, however, are beginning...

No, Commit Culture Is Not Toxic

By Jessie Wang (IV), Assistant Forum Editor June 18, 2021

If you log onto any form of social media around mid-April, you might be swarmed with college decision reactions featuring ecstatic students celebrating acceptances to their dream schools. That is commit...

Yes, It Should.

By Aled Zheng (IV), Contributing Writer March 21, 2021

During his presidential campaign, President Joe Biden promised to forgive 10,000 dollars of student debt for all borrowers. This sparked a debate surrounding the necessity of student debt, but the argument...

No, It Should Not.

By Neil Jin (IV), Contributing Writer March 21, 2021

On March 10, Congress passed a historic stimulus package, which provided 40 billion dollars in financial aid and loan forgiveness for college, a huge boon to the millions of people who are struggling to...

BLS’ Orchestras While Virtual

By Hannah Oh (III), Contributing Writer January 21, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all areas of life, especially the performing arts. Ensembles have changed significantly, concerts have been canceled and events, including the Boston Latin School orchestras’...

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