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[Nov. 2016 Arts] Mixed reactions to SNL skits reflect election tension

November 23, 2016

By Cate Casparius ’19 & Jack Shapiro ’19   Saturday Night Live” is a television sketch comedy that satirizes many topics relating to American society, including the 2016 presidential election. “Ever since the show debuted in the fall of 1975, it’s earned fans’ trust in ...

[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...

Strong offense leads Staples past Barlow in preseason scrimmage

Strong offense leads Staples past Barlow in preseason scrimmage

Talia Hendel, Staff Writer

April 1, 2016

  The Staples baseball team hosted Joel Barlow High School in its second home scrimmage of the season on March 30 and came away with an 18-5 win. The team has won three of its four preseason scrimmages, “We have improved greatly throughout the four scrimmages we have played so far. I think ...

Staples takes a peek at winter sports

Running on the track (from left to right) Connor Teran ’17, Zak Ahmad ’17, James Lewis ’16 and Luis Cruz ’15 work on their times during varsity track’s practice. The team placed second in the recent FCIAC competition.

Chase Gornbein, Assistant Business Manager

November 13, 2014

This winter season, Staples sports are shaping up to feature some marquee teams that are looking to last deep into the post-season come championship time.   Girls’ and boys’ track and field   The Staples boys’ and girls’ indoor track teams are ready to tear up the track com...

Panzer committed to University of Maryland as a junior

Panzer works on his arm at Staples Field. The junior currently plays for one of Baseball U's fall travel teams

Becca Rawiszer, Staff Writer

November 13, 2014

Baseball star Nathan Panzer ’16 recently committed to the University of Maryland and is “extremely grateful for the opportunity to be a Maryland Terp.” Though he started playing in the yard, Panzer quickly progressed to playing Little League with his step-brother, Andrew Ingber ’16. However,...

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