Senior spent semester in Finland

Alex Van Antwerp, Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

Originally going overseas as part of a foreign exchange program, senior Sophie Jackson lived in Finland with a host family for one semester of her sophomore year. Jackson decided to go because it was a huge opportunity that she...

Gittlen raises money for guide dogs through golf

Caroline McAndrews, Staff Writer

October 16, 2015

Junior Julia Gittlen has worked alongside her dad in raising money for the Guide Dogs of America for fourteen years in order to support a co-worker, Charles Foley, who was very passionate about helping people, including the b...

Brackett plays for future with Junior Bruins

Tessa McAndrews, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015

Playing hockey is an extreme commitment alone, but playing states away from home is even harder. Freshman Hunter Brackett moved without his family from Florida into a billet house in Northborough. At his billet home, with the family that ho...

Culinary, Early Childhood teacher always knew classroom was her future

Kara Hadden, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015

As a young girl, Susan Muise could already identify her passions. Years later, she spends every day taking part in them. Muise is new to Algonquin this year, and teaches Nutrition and Culinary Arts, a cooking class, as wel...

Noah Brazer: Junior AP Machine

Max Michaud, Staff Writer

October 13, 2015

Any student at Algonquin understands the rigor and competitiveness of its courses. For students like junior Noah Brazer, though, the more demanding, the better. Brazer is currently enrolled in five Advanced Placement courses:...

Compliments gain supporters and smiles

Jen Fox, Editorial Board

June 16, 2015

If you have a Facebook, you’ve probably heard about the Algonquin Compliments page. The idea is simple and the impact is enormous: hundreds of students have been complimented anonymously through the page with a following of...

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