Inklings News

Students reveal the truth about “swipe right” clean up idea

After weeks of hearing Mr. Thomas’ attempt to make the cafeteria cleaner called “swipe right,” Siri Kanter ’20 and Marlo Von der Ahe ’20 took to the cafeteria to see if students were still implementing it.

Marlo Von der Ahe ’20 and Siri Kanter ’20

October 18, 2019

Clean your way into spring

Zoe Brown, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2015

While the weather outside may not be the blue skies and pink and orange and yellow flowers that most are hoping for at this time of year, there is one way you can make it feel more like spring: spring cleaning!  Here are some tips on how to spring-clean the right way, from a girl who refuses to si...

Getting showered with disappointment

A ping-pong table gathers dust, while the shower heads begin to rust.

Brendan Massoud, Staff Writer

October 6, 2014

After a hard workout, the first thing anyone really wants to do is take a shower. Personally, it’s nice to know that when I come home from a sport, I can rid myself of the awful stench and one-inch layer of sweat that coats my body in search of a new, cleaner self. So why is it that the gym locker...

Clean Up, Clean Up, Staples Students Do Your Share: Tips on Conserving Energy

Driving: Too many drive to school solo or get dropped off by mom and dad. A huge waste of gas and a huge contributor to CO2 emissions. | Photo by Carlie Schwaeber '12

May 18, 2010

Carlie Schwaeber ‘12 News Editor Teenager's parents are always trying to save energy by telling them to make sure to turn off the lights in bedrooms, to turn off the water while brushing teeth, or to reuse bags at the grocery store.  These steps conserve energy, but yet students spend a majo...

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