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Brynly Marsh says Goodbye to Staples and Hello to Tanzania

Brynly Marsh says Goodbye to Staples and Hello to Tanzania

Sasha Narang and Erin Lynch

April 29, 2016


Filed under Features

As the year is coming to an end, so is high school for the class of 2016. With a few weeks left until senior internships begin, the student filled halls will soon be missing 400 of its most dedicated Wreckers. Brynly Marsh ’16 is more than excited to trade her eight classes a day for an internship i...

Debasing the word “skinny” through mutual empowerment

Debasing the word “skinny” through mutual empowerment

Julia Greenspan, Staff Writer

April 25, 2016


Filed under Opinions

Two girls threw their arms around each other and puckered their lips in seductive fashion, giggling and beaming smiles in between iPhone camera flashes. Their trusted friend and designated photographer snapped and clicked away with glee. She then lowered the phone and looked down at her screen in di...

Girls golf swings into the new season

Girls golf swings into the new season

Tori Lubin, Staff Writer

March 31, 2016


Filed under Sports

While the end of winter brings flowers and a rise in temperature, it also brings the start of spring sports. Girls’ golf is swinging into the new season, preparing themselves for the competition that awaits them in the following weeks. Though the competition season has not officially started, the team had thei...

Gender Divide

Amina Abdulkareem, Staff Writer

April 7, 2015


Filed under News

Pink versus blue. Barbies versus action figures. Dance versus football. There are gender stereotypes linked to each of these words, associations often made without malice or conscious prejudice. But the truth is that they are stereotypes all the same, so ingrained in our culture that shaking them...

Seniors cement their legacy for one last season

Seniors cement their legacy for one last season

Becky Hoving, Staff Writer

April 6, 2015


Filed under Sports

You’ve heard it countless times: ‘My team is my family.’ But for the Staples varsity girls’ lacrosse team, this mantra rings true, and rightfully so. “A lot of us have played together since fourth and fifth grade,” Amelia Heisler ’15 said. “It’s awesome playing with the same group...

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