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The Mirror

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The Mirror

The Mirror

The atrium offers a potential new space for seniors to congregate.
Cover Story
There are Many Fishbowls in the Sea
Olivia Muller-Juez, Writer • November 3, 2022
Reminiscing with Mrs. Correnty
Lauren Stoller, Staff Writer • June 15, 2022
Spring Nature Photos
Jordan Hoover, Photographer • June 7, 2022
Reminiscing with Mrs. Correnty
Lauren Stoller, Staff Writer • June 15, 2022
McManus and Hoorneman Discuss Impetus for Tile Mural
McManus and Hoorneman Discuss Impetus for Tile Mural
Matt Zobbi, Editor-in-Cheif • November 3, 2022

On November 25th, 2016, the rock which so many Bromfield seniors have decorated over the years was defiled with swastikas, slurs, and other hateful...

When Things Go Wrong at Bromfield
Matt Zobbi, Editor-in Chief • November 3, 2022

Sometimes, things go wrong. When that happens, people like to say “Oh, no.” But what does that mean for each class you’re in? English:...

Reminiscing with Mrs. Correnty
Lauren Stoller, Staff Writer • June 15, 2022

Earlier this year, long-time elementary and middle school art teacher Sharon Chandler Correnty began her retirement, starting a new chapter of...

Swimmer Courtney Clark
Winter Sports Wrap-up Coming in Hot!
Jordan Hoover April 1, 2022

Senior captains hold up their trophy after the Central Massachusetts championship win over Douglas
Looking back at the Fall Season
Olivia Muller-Juez, Staff Writer • December 16, 2021

After the fall of 2020’s limiting restrictions and COVID-related challenges, varsity athletes tackled this fall season with renewed vigor and...

A corner of the Bromfield cafeteria_ now vending machine-less.
What Happened to the Vending Machines?
November 3, 2022

The vending machines in the Bromfield cafeteria were well-loved by students. Sophomore Savannah Senykoff says “[they] were such a staple of...

The atrium offers a potential new space for seniors to congregate.
There are Many Fishbowls in the Sea
Olivia Muller-Juez, Writer • November 3, 2022

At the end of the 2021-22 school year, the Fishbowl was transformed into a private space for students who receive special education services,...

Mr. Greene offers a unique approach to administration at The Bromfield School.
Mr. Greene Pursues a Variety of Goals for School Improvement
Naomi Linde, Writer • November 3, 2022

Often, students see their principals as either pushovers or people who are extremely strict. However, Mr. Stephen Greene is neither of those...

The Afghani transfer students from left to right_ Mohammad, Matullah, Masouda, Behishta, Shayesthe, Hawa, and Ahmad.
Afghani Students adjust to a new environment in Bromfield
Beau Rehm, Photographer • June 7, 2022
A bird admires the reawakening spring scene.
Spring Nature Photos
Jordan Hoover, Photographer • June 7, 2022
Students put on extravagant performances during Lip Sync
Students put on extravagant performances during Lip Sync
Beau Rehm, Photographer • June 7, 2022
Being black at Bromfield
Jordan Colon, Guest writer • June 7, 2021

As one of possibly a handful of black students, surprisingly, I am rarely included in the crucial conversations that are so relevant to me. Although...

Art by Lin Lin Yu
“Pursuit of Promise”
Lin Lin Yu, Artist • June 4, 2021

When emotions from my childhood resurface, I find myself longing to reconcile with the place I was raised in. Only until a few years ago did...

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