Last month Nike teamed up with Colin Kaepernick to make a 30th anniversary commercial that would air on the NFL’s opening night, September 6. Kaepernick made national headlines in 2016 when he started protesting police brutality against the black community by kneeling during the National Anthem. His actions sparked a national debate about the proper way to respect the flag, a discussion that has been reignited by Nike’s latest commercial, which was presented to be inspirational to young people, motivating them be the best person they can be.
Attention incoming freshman: if you’re struggling to adjust to the Boy’s Latin upper school lifestyle, these tips from fellow Lakers might help make the ride a little easier. Seniors who have had […]
This fall, there is a new commander in chief on Lake Avenue and his name is Blake Shepherd. Widely known as a natural leader and people person, Shepherd has made a reputation […]
With the start of a new school year comes inevitable change. The Boys’ Latin Upper School administration has come into the 175th year with changes to its student handbook. The handbook aims to make the Boys’ Latin Upper School a professional and healthy environment.
This year Boys’ Latin kicked off its 175th birthday on the first day of school with festivities including noisemakers at Opening Convocation, birthday cake for every student at lunch, singing “Happy Birthday”