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Lululemon expands downtown storefront

The current Lululemon building (above) is located at 91 Main Street. The new space (below) will allow for new products such as gym accessories.

February 24, 2020

Lululemon, now located at 91 Main Street, will be moving to 69 Main Street in early spring.  The previous business in the building that Lululemon is moving into, Nike, closed early 2018 and has been vacant since. “I thought the old location was fine, but I'm excited to have a bigger space,” J...

Art field trip to MET leaves students inspired

The Metropolitan Museum of Art featured many vivid and colorful artists, such as this collection of paintings by Florine Stettheimer. Here, she depicts the economic, social and cultural institutions of New York.

Serena Ye '20, Broadcast Director

January 6, 2020

Amidst skyscraper buildings, the billowing smoke of rickety hot dog stands and the beeping angry taxis, stands the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Yet even within the quiet floors of the museum, one can’t help but feel overwhelmed by the immense amount of history and culture. From the bold, revolutionary ...

TikTok faces privacy troubles leading to investigation

Luca Lombardo ’22, as well as many other Staples students, are avid users of TikTok and use the app for up to hours at a time. The app has become well-known as a huge source of procrastination for students.

Betti Kobak '22, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

The trending social media app TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, will be under investigation on an undecided date by the U.S government due to allegations of spying on U.S. citizens. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States has contacted ByteDance and articulated the matter at ...

The perfect hot and tasty stew to celebrate fall

Christopher Tatusko, '22 Staff Writer

November 15, 2019


‘Super Mario Kart’ arrives in app store, bringing back childhood memories

Many students have downloaded “Super Mario Tour” since it has been released on Sept. 25. From this date, the app has already had more than 10 million downloads, according to VentureBeat.

Lucy Arrow '21

October 12, 2019

Well before XBOX and PlayStation were in stores all around the nation, Nintendo’s Wii had one of the greatest video games in its possession: “"Super Mario Kart".” As if the game being streamed on a television wasn’t enough, Mario Kart then developed into a chip for a Nintendo DS, allowing for...

Farmers’ Market brings fresh food and contributes to a thriving Westport community

Farmers’ Market brings fresh food and contributes to a thriving Westport community

Emma Smith '22, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Staples students whisk and mix their hearts out preparing delicious creations. 95% of the ingredients used are  provided by the Westport Farmers’ Market, as wandering customers watch and taste in awe.  From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Thursday throughout October, the Westport Farmers’ market sell...

How to prepare your wardrobe for the summer

How to prepare your wardrobe for the summer

Abby Fleming '20 and Mia Daignault '20

June 4, 2019

Abby Fleming '20 and Mia Daignault '20

Matsu Sushi remains closed for renovations

Matsu Sushi in downtown Westport has appeared closed for renovations since April.

May 13, 2019

Matsu Sushi is reopening in a few weeks after suddenly closing on April 1 for renovations. These renovations, however, have not been seen. According to Westport News, “Around 2 p.m. Wednesday, Matsu was quiet, with the doors locked and no sign of renovation work inside or outside the shop.” Matsu Sushi served customers in Westport for ove...

Women’s Club Art Show artists’ unique stories influence great work

Miggs Burroughs hangs his lenticular art the day before the show.

May 13, 2019

Behind every good piece of art is a strong artist and behind every great artist, there is a story. On Saturday April 27, Sunday the 28 and Monday the 29, the Westport Women’s Club hosted its fifth annual Art Show. Listed as ‘A wonderful exhibit of affordable fine art from local artists’ on the flyer, t...

Staples Players showcases “The Trojan Women” as first studio production of year

Leading actors Lulu Dalzell ’21 (playing Hecuba) and Emily Desser ’21 (playing Andromache) cry out in anguish over the loss of a child. “The Trojan Women” highlights to tragedy of the Troy women left behind after the Greeks have demolish their city.

Serena Ye ’20

March 19, 2019

Whether it’s the childhood fables about the devious surprise attack of the Trojan Horse or tales from the heroic Odyssey, most people have heard the Greek side of the Trojan War. But few have encountered the story about the tragic aftermath of the bloody battles of Troy. Travelling back to ancient...

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