Dozens of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School students work together every month to lead their school’s conversations on controversial issues and major community events. This work at the Register Forum newspaper is not heavily edited or shepherded by teachers and administrators, but rather driven by students. The Register Forum dates back to 1891, when Cambridge […]Read More
Twelve candidates will go head-to-head for Cambridge’s six School Committee seats this November. The mayor joins the School Committee to make a seven-member board that serves two-year terms. The city runs a proportional representation election where all candidates run at large and are not connected to specific districts of the city. Scout is putting together profiles on […]
If history teacher Kevin Dua could go back to any point in time, he would go to the room where our country’s forefathers were finalizing the Declaration of Independence. “I would challenge everything. I would say, ‘Do not leave this room until you change it from “all men are created equal” to “all humans are […]
Meet “Vincent Van Go,” a multicolored, multipurpose machine bringing art, music and healing to the streets of Cambridge.