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What Westporters should do on a Cold Day

What Westporters should do on a Cold Day

October 29, 2017

By Kevin Ludy '19 ...

Cryotherapy introduced to Westport community

Cryotherapy introduced to Westport community

September 25, 2017

By Ava Simunovic ’20 and Julia Lombardo ’20 ...

My love letter to Wakeman

My love letter to Wakeman

January 6, 2017

By Kate Lewis '18 Ah, Wakeman, the love of my life. The only reason I have any motivation in me to crawl out of my heavenly bed every morning. My sole motivation to leave the comforting confines of my house at the crack of dawn. In those ungodly hours of the morning I look forward to getting in...

[Nov. 2016 Arts] How to combat unpredictable fall weather changes

November 23, 2016

By Eliza Goldberg ’17 Fall is home to some of the most extreme daily weather variances of the entire year, causing immense shivering in the morning and sweating in the afternoon. Because of the freezing mornings and temperate afternoons, it is important to be stockpiled with ways to combat the w...

Niño and global weirding: Discovering the truth about this “hot” topic

Niño and global weirding: Discovering the truth about this “hot” topic

Claire Dinshaw, News Editor

February 12, 2016

Intro This winter has been categorized by near-balmy weather systems and little to no snowfall. These are characteristics that normally make-up a Connecticut spring -- not winter. The reason for this dramatic change is the El Nino Southern Oscillation or El Nino for short. El Nino is not a new phenomenon. It had a profound effect...

Temperature is just a number

Temperature is just a number

Ben Foster, Staff Writer

April 6, 2015

As the months change from March to April, I can definitely.... maybe.... hopefully  say we are out of the snowy winter mess. Now that spring has arrived, I can finally pack away the winter coats and focus on the warmer weather. Granted it snowed April 15 and 16 of 2014, but I still like my chances. I mean it’s spring. At this point I’m don...

Combat the cold with fancy fleeces

Combat the cold with fancy fleeces

Izzy Ullman, Opinions Editor

November 11, 2014

We all have that one classroom during the day that is uncomfortably freezing, but there is one thing that this issue screams: shopping spree! Whether it‘s room 2014 or 1051, certain rooms are renowned for being unbearably frigid. But I am not here to complain about it, I am here to present the...

Fashion: In Brief

Fashion: In Brief

Julia Greenspan, Staff Writer

October 28, 2014

Dark Nail Polish: Students like Liv Smith ’16 love the fall because it is the perfect transition from summer brights to winter blues and grays. “My favorite is Baubbing for Baubles by Essie because it’s a mix between navy and gray, and matches with every outfit,” Smith said. Some other popula...

Staples screams for ice cream despite temperatures dropping

Staples screams for ice cream despite temperatures dropping

Kit Epstein, Staff Writer

October 10, 2014

Although summer is seen as the most logical season to eat frozen treats, there’s always been debate over what time of year is best for eating tons of ice cream. Blistering hot July and August days are the perfect time to devour Joey’s ice cream down at Compo, get three scoops of Cookie Monster at...

Students have issues with tissues

Students have issues with tissues

Katie Cion, Staff Writer

May 30, 2014

The only point of being sick is getting out of school. The silver lining–is this the pun?– of any gut-wrenching–no this is– stomach bug or bout of strep throat is getting to endure it under a pile of comforters watching Olivia Pope almost make out with the president in the Oval Office on Scandal,...

Students cope with cold conditions

Students cope with cold conditions

Sophia Hampton, Features Editor

February 6, 2014

Two months ago, Inklings published an article detailing the Farmer’s Almanac prediction of a very cold, snowy winter. “Below average temperature for two-third’s of the nation,” was the threat that loomed over Connecticut as we entered into the months of December, January and February. Now this no longer...

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