Inklings News

Vail kickstarts her writing career

Elle Vail ’23 is a published author at the age of 14. She wrote two books,

Ella Alpert '22, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

Starting high school can be very overwhelming. On top of a new school and increased workload, many freshmen participate in extracurricular activities. Elle Vail ’23 is not much different than her peers; she plays the clarinet and is on the soccer team. However, what really makes Vail unique is that...

Variety show displays Staples students’ talent

Ben Roland ‘19, a familiar face at the Variety Show, performs for the in front of the student-packed audience.

Remi Levitt '21

May 15, 2019

From juggling acts to full student rock bands, the Staples variety show is home to a plethora of interesting performances. On Monday, April 8, Staples students had the opportunity to try out to be a part of the 2019 variety show and show their talent to the ‘judges.’ When auditioning, performers...

Most popular girl scout cookies get ranked

Remi Levitt '21 and Marlo Von Der Ahe '20 taste and rank the most popular girl scout cookies

Marlo Von Der Ahe '20 and Remi Levitt '21

April 23, 2019

Staples hosts Westport Young Women’s League for annual Craft Fair

Staples hosts Westport Young Women's League for annual Craft Fair

My Movie 1 from Evi on Vimeo.

Ella Bloomingdale '20 and Evi Tarshis '20

November 27, 2018

Does Westport have rhythm?

Does Westport have rhythm?

April 20, 2018

By Reece Keusch '19

The life of Nasty Gal goes public in “Girlboss”

The life of Nasty Gal goes public in “Girlboss”

May 21, 2017

Molly Mahoney ’18   To be 20-something and living in downtown San Francisco circa 2006 is every indie-rocker girl’s dream, and the protagonist of Netflix Original “Girlboss” is living it. The show is a “real loose” account of the real life of Sophia Amoroso, the founder of popular ret...

Teens rediscover the Westport Arts Center

Teens rediscover the Westport Arts Center

Claire Dinshaw, Sports Editor

February 2, 2015

Early in the spring, Westport residents driving along Riverside Avenue may see a line of about 20 third graders filing into the Westport Arts Center [WAC]. Unfortunately, for some students, this classic elementary school field trip was the last time they visited WAC. “Many teens are surprised b...

Reflections resounds once more

Reflections resounds once more

Alice Hickson, Staff Writer

December 23, 2014

In the coming weeks, students from all over the country will be sending off their submissions to the National PTA Reflections competition, a long standing cornerstone arts program developed in 1969 by Colorado’s PTA President Mary Lou Anderson. It is a nationwide program which provides students a chance to express and explore their creative talents. There are six categories including: dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, p...

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