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Barstool influences whole new wave of sports fans

Barstool influences whole new wave of sports fans

Eli Corenthal ’19

March 17, 2019


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Whether it’s pizza reviews by @stoolpresidente or a new episode of “Pardon My Take”, Barstool Sports has created a new way to deliver media to its viewers. Barstool Sports is one of the most popular media outlets. Barstool has millions of followers on Instagram and Twitter along with hundreds of th...

PETA deceives and annoys the public, kills instead of helps animals

PETA deceives and annoys the public, kills instead of helps animals

Jack Dennison '21

March 12, 2019


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Over the years, PETA has been characterized as an organization whose main goal is to save animals. They have been responsible for making thousands go vegan with their sappy public service announcements on the Internet, television, and all around American cities and streets. However, the group that was...

Riverdale’s partnership with Bumble is troubling

Riverdale’s partnership with Bumble is troubling

Abby Fleming '20

March 7, 2019


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Every Wednesday night, it has become a ritual for teens across the nation to settle into their couches, turn on the CW and watch the newest episode of “Riverdale”. The “Archie Comics” spinoff caters to an adolescent audience, the majority of which is comprised of girls. This is why their rec...

Consequences in lack of student involvement outweigh participation benefits

Consequences in lack of student involvement outweigh participation benefits

Allie D'Angelo '20

March 6, 2019


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As administrative decisions grow ever more consequential, the need for student opinions is greater than ever. However, despite the countless surveys sent out by the administration in an effort to acquire perspective, many students refrain from taking advantage of such opportunities to say what we wa...

New actions need to be taken to remember those who have inspired change

New actions need to be taken to remember those who have inspired change

Jake Navarro ’20

February 18, 2019


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Black History Month is the time where Staples students should be talking about Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman. Instead, murmurs of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl performance and February break are filling the hallways. Black History Month is a time to remember and praise certain Afr...

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