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[December 2017] Bitcoin offers revolutionary alternative to global trade

January 26, 2018

Alexander Massoud ’20 & Adam Wenkoff ’18 Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency and global electronic payment system, has received worldwide attention for its upward trend in value, reaching a market capitalization of nearly $280 billion on Dec. 14. The intangible digital currency, released in January...

[December 2017] 2017 DI and DIII athletic commits Wreckers take their sport to collegiate level

December 22, 2017

Alex Reiner '18 As another senior class enters the recruiting process, there are many Wreckers who will be playing sports in different school colors next year. Here are five that have committed to playing college sports. Nicholas Ortega ’18 was a highly recruited swimmer over the summer as he...

[December 2017] Spending a day in his shoes LaMelo Ball’s signature shoe is revolutionary

December 22, 2017

Jarod Ferguson '18 LaMelo Ball is a typical teenager in America, except, of course, for the fact that he has his own basketball shoe line produced by Big Baller Brand. Ball, being the first high school student to have his own signature shoe has not garnered the recognition he deserves. Ball is...

[December 2017] Morning basketball league brings staff, students face-to-face

December 22, 2017

Shane Rabacs '18 Every Friday, several students wake up at the wee hours of the morning. They get to school at 6:15 a.m. Are they here to make up a test? Meet with a teacher? No, they’re here to play basketball against their teachers. Faculty and students play five-on-five basketball against...

[December 2017] Basketball players choose playing rec over Wreckers

December 22, 2017

Teddy Dienst '20 Staples boys’ recreational basketball tips off on Jan. 2, and some of the Staples basketball players have quit in order to play. Six students who played for last year’s freshman team attended tryouts for this season, while the rest decided to play recreational basketball...

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