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Dreaming of Jun(o)

Dreaming of Jun(o)

Caroline O'Kane, Staff Writer

January 28, 2015

The bell rings at 11:45 and students celebrate the early dismissal with thoughts of ‘The Blizzard of the Year’ that lies ahead. The air has dropped to 20 degrees and small flurries are floating down, creating a thin layer over the ground, preparing us for the massive amounts of snow that lie ahead. M...

So long Main Street, welcome Mahackeno

So long Main Street, welcome Mahackeno

Caroline O'Kane, Photo Editor

October 12, 2014

The day has finally come to say goodbye to what some call their home away from home on the Post Road in Westport and meet their new home off of exit 41 of the Merritt Parkway. Some expressed excitement, others sadness, and many have bittersweet feelings. Ninety years ago Westport introduced the YMCA,...

Westport kids race in the YMCA Strong Kids Triathlon

Westport kids race in the YMCA Strong Kids Triathlon

Caroline O’Kane, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014

The Staples parking lot was packed full with over 75 cars holding dedicated runners, bikers, and swimmers, all of whom were ready to participate in the seventh annual YMCA Strong Kids Triathlon this Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. Rob Reeves, Chief Executive Officer of the Westport Y describes this event as ...

Westport says farewell to summer

Westport says farewell to summer

Caroline O'Kane, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014

Summer is warmth, the burning sun kissing your shoulders. Summer is freedom, beaches, summer camp, relaxation. As Sept. 22 approaches we have to officially say farewell to summer as the weather turn cold. On Monday night at 10:29 PM, the sun crosses the equator and the day and night are the same length. Co...

Top five differences between middle school and high school

Top five differences between middle school and high school

Caroline O'Kane, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

Picture this: Big school, little you. It’s your first day of freshman year and you see senior girls in their blue shirts running around and blowing whistles in your ear. Older boys are standing next to you that are taller than your dad. You hear the bell, watch everyone disperse and are left walking...

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