• When in Rome...


    Twenty-one Class IV boys traveled to the Latin language fatherland over spring break, guided by classics masters George Matthews ’08 and Mo Randall. The annual trip for third year Latin students crowns the boys’ classical education with a vitality that can only be experienced in the Eternal City.

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  • RL Botball team returns with laurels


    Seven members of the RL Botball team ventured with their robots and their advisor, Dr. Dower, to the New England Regional Botball Tournament Saturday, 28 March, at UMass Lowell.

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  • Poet Nate Klug ’04 publishes "Anyone"


    Nate Klug ’04 has announced the publication of Anyone, his first full-length book of poems, by The University of Chicago Press. This follows his adaptation of Virgil's Ecologues, titled Rude Woods, published in 2013.

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  • English elective class studies Paris


    As part of their English 12 elective “Americans in Paris,” seven seniors visited France during the first week of spring break to experience firsthand the place that Paris occupies in the evolution of twentieth-century literature, art, and history.

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  • Glee Club spring tour: Iceland


    Perhaps because this winter has nearly obliterated all memory of spring and an icy destination just felt right, the Glee Club chose Iceland for its spring break tour. On the other hand, where else will you be welcomed with an amazing Northern lights display upon arrival?

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  • Maru a Pula Day


    Spring break got a kick start at Roxbury Latin with our costume-driven fundraiser for Maru a Pula, our brother school in Botswana. A $10 donation buys permission to spend the day dressed up as anyone but yourself.

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  • Western Civ Projects and the stories behind them


    Western Civ projects have been a mainstay of the Class IV curriculum since the Class of 1978 tackled the assignment as freshmen. The latest iteration, by the Class of 2018, is now on display in the Great Hall.

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  • Exelauno Dies est singularis dies


    And the Exelauno declamations once again demonstrate that Lingua Latina et Lingua Graeca non mortuae sunt, immo vēro hīc vivunt et bene vivunt.

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  • Honors Bio class presents findings in poster session


    Dr. Hyde's Honors Biology students presented their findings from a long-term research assignment at the end of the day on March 3 in a poster session arrayed in the Jarvis Refectory.

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  • RL junior wrestlers win New England championship

    RL Champion Jr Wrestlers

    RL enjoyed an outstanding day at the New England Junior Wrestling Championships on February 27, hosted by Fessenden. Fourteen schools were represented, with RL being crowned champions in an exciting battle with arch rival, Belmont Hill.

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  • Google Search: Who is God?

    Speaking in Hall on Ash Wednesday, the Rev. John J. Connolly described Lent as a time to think about things that aren’t immediately in front of us, and suggested that the ability to reflect deeply could be compromised by our constant access to immediate answers and distractions.

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  • The Real Inspector Hound


    As a fifthie, Adam Fasman was on the crew of the RL production of The Mousetrap, directed by Nelson Tamayo ’11. Adam claims the experience launched his career behind the curtain of the Smith Theater.

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  • RL debaters argue their cases at NAIMUN

    RL debaters at NAIMUN, 12-15 February

    RL debaters traveled to Washington DC over the stormy weekend to partake in the 52nd North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN).

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  • In praise of Brian Murphy and public service

    Commonwealth Magazine published this piece on Brian Murphy, RL Class of 1982. Headmaster Kerry Brennan called Mr. Murphy "one of the few contemporary alumni to honor the founder's vision in a sustained, public fashion." The School mourns his recent death.

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  • Congrats to RL artists!

    Homage to Wilfredo Lam by Joey Mullen I

    Roxbury Latin has more than its share of artists—and Brian Buckley and Jim Ryan have a way of drawing them out... sometimes to the surprise of the boys themselves.

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