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Social media connects students in quarantine

These six apps -- Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, Messages, and Facetime -- are some of the apps students use to communicate during quarantine.

Lily Caplan '22 and Lucy Zuckerman '22, Paper Sports Editor and Assistant Business Manager

May 16, 2020  

College group chats cause controversy

College group chats cause controversy

Mia Daignault '20 and Abby Fleming '20

February 27, 2020

Students ponder where the “Friends” cast is now

Students ponder where the “Friends” cast is now

June 13, 2017

By Emma Greenberg ’18 One of the most beloved shows amongst students at staples, “Friends”, is a forever classic. Many students are puzzled with the question, where is the cast now? The “Friends” cast members used to be the biggest names in Hollywood (and highest paid) during the show...

How to have a successful friendsgiving

How to have a successful friendsgiving

December 6, 2016

By. Ivy Prince '17 November and Dec. is the best time of year. From Thanksgiving to the holidays, we enjoy relaxing breaks while enjoying time with our family and friends. The best thing to look forward to has got to be Friendsgiving, a holiday dedicated to sharing cooked meals with friends, and ...

Prom: It’s hard to believe that it’s over, yet it means something exciting is ahead

Prom: It’s hard to believe that it’s over, yet it means something exciting is ahead

Alex Spadacenta, Features Editor

June 2, 2016

The lights flash across the dance floor as I looked up and saw one of my friends on someone’s shoulders. Many adults would have thought there was a seventh grade bat-mitzvah going on at Staples High School on May 14, 2016, but it would turn out to be junior prom. It’s the day many have been waiting...

The Psychology Behind High School Relationships

Jen Gouchoe, Web Features Editor

March 31, 2016

First love tends to hit high schoolers with a newfound intensity that they often aren’t prepared to handle. One anonymous junior girl experienced what she thought was first love as a freshman when she started dating a sophomore boy. What was initially fun and flirty quickly developed into something...

Spread the love this Valentine’s Day

Spread the love this Valentine’s Day

Alice Hickson, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

The day of love, flowers, teddy bears, and all things chocolate is right around the corner. Yep, you guessed it, it’s Valentine’s Day. Some people roll their eyes at the overstuffed shelves at CVS; the cheesy messages inscripted on every candy bar along with the overwhelming amount of stuffed...

Finding solace in silence

Finding solace in silence

Emma Berry, Opinions Editor

January 13, 2015

It doesn't matter how much you've been through with your closest clique, how much you tell each other, or how long you've known each other, when it comes to the college process it is every man for himself. This is especially true when you're put in the unbearably uncomfortable position of applying...

Combat the cold with fancy fleeces

Graphic by Olivia Crosby '15

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...

The one with the pop-up coffee shop

Outside of the Central Perk coffee shop.

Jane Schutte, Web Features Editor

October 6, 2014

The compressible orange couch; the classic, green arm-chair; the untrackable cups of coffee; and even our fuzzy, white haired friend Gunther all appeared to be an ideal life for twenty-year-olds in the city, locked within the perimeters of our boxy, prehistoric televisions in 1994. Only two decades later...

Summer’s big finale

Summer’s big finale

Eliza Goldberg, Staff Writer

August 30, 2014

Ah, Labor Day. The telltale sign that the summer days are dwindling, and fall is finally starting to appear on the horizon. Labor day is not only a reminder to put the white clothing away, but it is also a time to have one last chance at the feeling of summer. With school starting five days before Labor Day weekend, Labor Day is not just an average summer da...

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