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[November 2017] Cribari Bridge undergoes Connecticut Department of Transportation assessment

November 27, 2017

Sophie Driscoll ’19 The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) is currently conducting an Environmental Assessment of The William F. Cribari Memorial Bridge, which carries Route 136 over the Saugatuck River. “This analysis will examine a range of alternatives that address the purpose...

[November 2017] State considers legalizing black bear hunting for population control

November 27, 2017

Isabella Bullock ’19 Black bear hunting has always been illegal in the state of Connecticut, but due to a recent increase in the black bear population, officials are considering legalizing it. According to The Hartford Courant, there are over 700 black bears in Connecticut today, with a rising...

[November 2017] Pines looks to squash opponents in final season

November 26, 2017

Alex Reiner ’18 & Liv Ronca ’18 Heading into her senior season, Julia Pines ’18 will rep a C on her squash jersey. However, the road leading to her captainship was not pretty. Prior to her initial season, she had never picked up a squash racket before. She began playing the sport when...

[November 2017] Hockey team aims for a comeback season

November 26, 2017

Jackson Daignault ’18 The Staples boys’ hockey team, only two seasons removed from competing in a state championship game, is hungry for more. In the 2015-2016 season, the Wreckers played the state championship game at Yale’s Hockey stadium, otherwise known as “The Whale.” The Wreckers...

[November 2017] Girls’ soccer falls in FCIAC championship

November 26, 2017

Isa Didio ’18 The Wreckers fell 1-0 to St. Joe’s in the FCIAC championship game, which took place on Friday, Nov. 3 at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. The game ended frantically, with the Wreckers initially believing that they had scored in the final seconds off a corner kick from Julia Lombardo...

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