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[Oct. 2016 Opinions] He lost me at Aleppo

November 22, 2016

By Izzy Ullmann '17   I am the kind of person who is always giving others the benefit of the doubt. Making mistakes, drawing blanks and being forgetful is simply human nature. However, I find it quite difficult to give the benefit of the doubt to a presidential candidate who simply “draws a...

[Oct. 2016 News] Overlooked U.S Congressional Elections intensify

November 22, 2016

By Zach Horowitz '19 and Cate Casparius '19   On Nov. 8, citizens around the United States will be voting for who they think is the most qualified individual to run the country. What can oftentimes be overlooked, however, are the various other elections of candidates for positions in their respecti...

[Oct. 2016 News] Connecticut Representatives attempt to leap from obscurity and into the voters hearts

November 22, 2016

By Katelyn DeAgro '17 and Jack Beck '18   With November fast approaching, many people are focused on the ongoing debates and rivalry between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. However, local elections may have a far greater impact on the lives of Westport residents. ...

[Oct. 2016 News] What you need to know before the election

November 22, 2016

By Madison Sell '18 and Christoph Russi '18   The election is officially less than two weeks away, and it will be soon time to vote. It is important to be informed on the upcoming election and the policies of the candidates, especially the policies that pertain to Staples students and others ...

[Oct. 2016 News] Community makes effort to foster stronger police relations

November 22, 2016

By Anay Simunovic ’18 and Nicole Dienst ’18   The occurrence of police shootings across the country and widespread national protests have brought police brutality to the forefront of American issues today. As a result, the federal government is attempting to foster a better relationship b...

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