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Inklings Review: Student Play Explores Love

Inklings Review: Student Play Explores Love

November 12, 2010

Caitlyn Rand'13 Web Opinions Editor Most people expect to fall in love at some point in their life. Fewer expect to fall in love in high school. No one expects to fall in love with his or her stepsibling. “Sibling Rivalry,” a play written and directed by Suzanne Kleine ’11, premiered its single p...

September 27, 2010 | Shelter Skelter

September 27, 2010 | Shelter Skelter

September 27, 2010

2:20 p.m. Staples experiences a moment of tenderness as  student Gabe Block '11 shelters his friend Yuri Lenskiy '11 from today's rainy weather as the two of them wait for their respective buses to arrive....

Students’ Five Tips for a Successful Arena

Students’ Five Tips for a Successful Arena

June 15, 2010

Sammie Hardy '11 Web Opinions Editor From the moment the master schedule arrives inside the guidance department, the chaos begins. Almost every student is either in the conflict resolution line or just doesn’t bother. And this is all because of his or her reach to achieve a dream schedule at a...

The Redemption of Staples Basketball: How A Team Never Given A Chance Defied The Odds

The Redemption of Staples Basketball: How A Team Never Given A Chance Defied The Odds

March 12, 2010

DJ Sixsmith '11 Sports Editor With many of the successful athletic teams and clubs in attendance to honor the best and brightest at Staples, the atmosphere could not have been any better. Hordes of parents, students, and community members packed into the Staples gym to watch the Staples b...

Ross Captures Daily Life by Drawing, Sketching, Illustrating

Ross Captures Daily Life by Drawing, Sketching, Illustrating

December 4, 2009

Anywhere she goes Rebecca Ross ’10 brings along her sketchbook; whenever she has a free moment she draws, even while taking notes during class her notes, which are in her sketchbook. Suddenly it becomes filled with doodles. Ross has been drawing and creating art for most of her life. But she did not realize until junior year ...

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