“Fighting with My Family” Review

“Fighting with My Family” is a biopic based on a documentary of the same name that follows the Bevis family, most commonly known by their wrestling last name of “Knight.” Despite the movie being about wrestlers, the movie tries its best to appeal to all… Read More

Martin Luther King Jr.

January 21 marks one of America’s many national holidays. This holiday commemorates a man who has become a symbol of justice, peace, and equality. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most famous civil rights activist during the 1950s and the 1960s. He is… Read More

Course Selection Tips

by Katie Coviello It’s that time of year again: course selection sheets are out! It can be intimidating to choose what classes to take, as you’re deciding your schedule for the next year, but it should be fun, too! Every year, there are more and… Read More

Warrior Woof: Piper

Meet Piper! Piper is a 9 ½ year old German Shepherd who still thinks she is a puppy (even though she is way past that stage in her life). Piper likes to play with a stuffed candy cane that squeaks. She currently has a pile… Read More

A.R.T. – Barber Shop Chronicles

by Jacqueline Lemieux | 03 January 2018 American Repertory Theatre (A. R. T.) is a Cambridge-based theatre company which is well known in the Boston area and beyond for incredible productions. Barber Shop Chronicles is no exception – this poignant piece uses familiar tools of… Read More

New Years Poem

Never stop believing that you can Exceed your expectation and Wonderous things will happen in 2019! You must believe that Every day is A new beginning. Reach your goals and go far beyond… Start today, not tomorrow! By Amanda Curran

Warrior Woof 11/7/18: Ranger

Our first featured pet is Ranger! Ranger lives with me (Katie Coviello), Susie, who’s a freshman, and my mom, a Spanish teacher here at Matignon. I don’t like to say I’m his owner; we’re (best) friends. Ranger is a Sheltie-Chihuahua mix and is three and… Read More

The PSAT: Standardized Testing Dissected

This past October 10th, Sophomores and Juniors across the United States participated in the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test), a nation wide standardized test issued in school by the College Board. This test serves the purpose of assessing students skills… Read More

Block Day Schedule

The new block day schedule has just been incorporated into our school. On Thursdays and Wednesdays all mods are an hour and a half long. On Wednesdays we have just the first four mods. If we were to attend all our mods that school day… Read More

Theatre Review: Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing Returns… Again? By: Angelina Kemmett, ’18 If critics crushed the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing, why would it be revived on stage?  The answer is simple: decades-long audience adoration that shows no signs of slowing.  In reality, it is not a review from a professional… Read More