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St. Lucia Celebration shines a light on Swedish culture in Connecticut

St. Lucia Celebration shines a light on Swedish culture in Connecticut

Eliza Barr ’21

December 23, 2018

For a brief moment, I’d completely forgotten I was in Westport at all. Instead, standing in the back of the fully packed Christ & Holy Trinity Church as two dozen or so kids stood on stage beginning the St. Lucia festival, I felt I had been transported halfway across the globe to Sweden. St. Lucia,...

Math classes wrap presents for underprivileged students

Math classes wrap presents for underprivileged students

Chelsea Fox '19

December 14, 2018

As the holiday season approaches, houses are decorated, presents are bought and families reunite. With colder air and shorter days, Staples students look forward to the gifts they will receive and the food they will eat. To math teacher Stacey Delmhorst, however, the holiday season is about giving rather...

“The Grinch” brings smiles to children and adults alike

“The Grinch” brings smiles to children and adults alike

Julia Kasabian ’21

December 1, 2018

The holiday season brings many tried and true symbols to the homes of many Americans, including Christmas trees, decorated houses, holiday parties and all around cheer. And, of course, it also brings new holiday movies. This year, that movie is “The Grinch.” Directed by Scott Mosier and Yarrow Cheney,...

The Greatest Showman is truly the “Greatest Show” of 2017

The Greatest Showman is truly the “Greatest Show” of 2017

January 16, 2018

By Erin Lynch '18 I walked into the theater to see the Greatest Showman knowing nothing, other than the fact that it starred two of my childhood heroes, Zendaya and Zac Efron. Thirty minutes had passed, and there was no sign of Zac Efron. I started to wonder if I was attending the wrong movie;...

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