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Jet Tober 23 developed a passion for music at the age of 3, and has since delved into songwriting.

Tober builds beats, constructs compositions

Julia Herlyn '23, News Editor April 4, 2022

When listening to the opening lines of Kanye West’s song “Touch The Sky,” an immediate, electrifying response bubbles in Jet Tober ’23—in only a few seconds, his head begins to bob, his eyes...

Many players play the base form of minecraft and enjoy the endless possibilities in a naturally generated world. For others, the game becomes completely customizable with add-ons that create new dimensions within the game, or allow you to make all of the animals 100 blocks tall or just a few pixels big.

Minecraft helps the stressed and overworked overcome brain-melting status

Aidan Rogers , Creative Director January 5, 2022

When you think of video games, you think of “Call of Duty,” “Fortnite” and other war and shooting simulators. These enable adults to assure that every game is a brain-melting, criminal-making,...

Through comparing differing individual ideas with one another, creativity is then stripped of its purpose in order for one idea to be considered “better” than another. Society must respect each creative individual perspective and name no one better than the other.

A teenage girl’s view on society: Competition is the thief of creativity.

Abigail Nevin ’23, Web News Editor November 23, 2021

After listening to 20-year-old Youtuber Emma Chamberlain’s podcast, “Anything Goes,” on Spotify, I seemed to have a revelation about the concept of competition and its prominent role in diffusing...

Elle DesMarteau 22 has a passion for all things art, and has hung some of her favorite creations on her bedroom walls.

A sneak peek into the mind of a young artist

Grace Livecchi '21, Social Media Director October 16, 2020

School parking lot with all personalized spots that students created on their own.

Personalized parking spots inspire creativity

Charlotte Smith '21, Staff Writer March 14, 2020

Every morning, seniors park in their assigned spot outside of Staples, which is their permanent place to park for the entire school year. Although the spot belongs to them until they leave for internships,...

Movies remade is overrated

Movies remade is overrated

January 11, 2018

By Celia Block ’20 Guardians of the Galaxy-again. Thor- seen it. Beauty and the Beast, Star Wars, The Incredibles, James Bond-all again. If you need proof Hollywood is struggling, reaching for high...

[Sept. 2016 Features] English teacher prompts resilience and creativity from the Bronx to Westport

October 11, 2016

By Becky Hoving '17 Managing Editor and Kayla Sirlin '19 Assistant Business Manager While some A.P. Literature classes begin by paging through annotated copies of “Jane Eyre” or “Hamlet,” English...

Staples students put their cinematic talents into action

Staples students put their cinematic talents into action

Emily Olrik and Sarah Sommer October 10, 2014

A tripod teetered on the uneven dirt below, swaying slightly in the midnight breeze. The trees above supplied hardly any shelter against the rain, and Tova Byrne ’15 shivered violently in her light,...

Members of the art club gather around for a meeting

The Artist’s Club: A Place for Relaxation and Creativity

Kaila Finn, Web News Editor June 8, 2013

There are over 90 clubs at Staples. You can choose from wonderful charity organizations, several sports clubs, or groups supporting cultures all around the world. But there is one that students seem to...

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