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The Panorama Climate Survey displays that many students are disappointed with the Staples school climate and have lost a connection to many aspects of school.
Survey shows students dissatisfied with school climate
Matthew Stashower '25, Paper Sports Editor • November 21, 2022
The Counties Assemblies nonprofit organization is encouraging upperclassmen at Fairfield County schools to purchase tickets for their annual charity dances, in anticipation of the Nov. 20 registration deadline. I
Fairfield County ushers back Counties Assemblies winter dances
Allison Gillman '23, Business Manager • November 20, 2022
Jayme Stevenson gives her opening statement.
Congressional candidates ventilate important issues in Staples library
Anna Kercher ’25, Staff Writer • November 16, 2022
Within the last few months, swatting cases have increased countrywide, heightening concern among school communities.
Connecticut swatting incident highlights growing national problem
Finnegan Courtney ’23, Executive TV Producer and Caroline Zajac ’25, Staff Writer November 30, 2022
Students learn teamwork skills and bond with each other by working together on the rope course.
Ropes course ties bonds among Staples community
Matthew Saw ’23, Web Arts Editor • November 28, 2022
Members of the skate club meet with a representative of The Skatepark Project via zoom to discuss skating.
Skaters, non-skaters roll into skate club
Adian Sprouls '23, Web Opinions Editor • November 28, 2022
Attendance policies at Staples cause unnecessary difficulty and stress for students. Whether unexcused or excused, any absence counts towards a loss of credit.
Excused absences shouldn’t count towards loss of credit
Anna Diorio ’23, Broadcast Director • December 5, 2022
Teenagers copy celebrities and their advice, losing their sense of self. Many youths have replicated Hailey Beiber’s glossy brown lips she coined as brownie glazed along with her ‘clean girl’ trend, both of which have been criticized for taking credit for Latina and Black women beauty practices.
Celebrities excessively command consciousness of community; take heed
Samantha Sandrew ’25, Web Features Editor • December 5, 2022
Despite “Make Me Free” winning the students majority vote last spring, Staples still lacks free tampons and pads in bathrooms, leading to girls often relying on each other in tight situations.
Neglection of Make Me Free victory reinforces menstruation stigmas
Nina Bowens ’25, Features Paper Editor • December 5, 2022
With the purchase of a ticket, guests were given a copy of Newman’s new memoir.
Westport remembers Paul Newman
Maddie Bell '23, Staff Writer • December 5, 2022
As Spotify’s motivating playlists further disappoint, here are four hits that are sure to break your record no matter the workout.
The final four: workout songs, guaranteed record-breakers
Ellie Vail '23, Staff Writer • December 5, 2022
‘The Good Nurse’ features the serial killer Charles Cullen and the fellow nurse; Amy Loughren, who suspects him. The film is based on the 2013 true-crime book of the same name by Charles Graeber.
‘The Good Nurse’ on Netflix shocks audience with horrifying true story (Spoilers ahead!)
Liora Perkins '25, Web Arts Editor • December 5, 2022
Each Connections class made a world cup bracket, hoping to win a World Cup themed party.
Student body gears up for World Cup
Tristan Gonzalez ’24, Staff Writer • December 1, 2022
Annam Olasewere ’25 participated in the USA Swimming National Select Camp in order to improve her mindset both in and out of the pool.
Annam Olasewere makes a splash at USA Swimming National Select Camp
Lily Klau ’23, Creative Director • November 26, 2022
Excessively expensive tickets for sporting events makes it increasingly difficult for fans to support their team
Expensive ticket prices creates difficulty in attending events, unfairly hurting supporters
William Murray '25, Web Sports Editor • November 22, 2022
Staples Players provide a behind the scene look at their latest show, Guys and Dolls.
Players offer behind the scenes of Guys and Dolls
Nina Bowens ’25 and Caroline Zajac ’25 December 5, 2022
Mexicue opened on Nov. 16 on Westport’s Main Street.
Mexicue brings authentic Mexican cuisine to Westport
Audrey Curtis ’25 Web Features Editor and Charlotte Berner ’25 Staff Writer December 2, 2022
Students at staples were excited in the days leading up to long weekend for thanksgiving break.
Thanksgiving spirit crowds hallways
Gabriella Gerig ’23 Paper Sports Editor and Kiswa Khan ’23 Associate Managing Editor December 2, 2022
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