Inklings News

Students plan creative Halloween costumes

Students plan creative Halloween costumes

Charlotte Smith ’21 and Grace Livecchi '21

October 29, 2020

https://anchor.fm/charlotte-smith1/episodes/Staples-students-Halloween-costumes-2020-el5efr/a-a58em4

Students share their favorite horror movies

Students share their favorite horror movies
https://soundcloud.com/user-756956090/staples-students-recommend

Emma Smith ’22 and Tierney Kugel ’22

October 29, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/user-756956090/staples-students-recommend

Potential COVID-19 vaccine brings controversy

A COVID-19 vaccine is currently being developed.

Maddy Tansley ’23 and Meg Enquist ’23

October 22, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/madeleine-tansley/potential-covid-19-vaccine-brings-controversy/s-6XuieT1CExT

Students reflect on summer hobbies

Josh Leon ’21 began his hobby of golfing because his brother claimed Josh wouldn’t be able to pick up the sport. Leon took his brother up on that challenge and now golfs once a week at Longshore Country Club.

Logan Gornbein ’21

October 22, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/user-42208790/summer-hobbies

Remote vs in-person learning: which do students prefer?

Students are learning through a hybrid method this year. Last names a-k will go into school Monday and Tuesday and last names l-z will go into Thursday and Friday. The rest of the days are remote leaning and Wednesday is a half day where everyone is remote so the building can be cleaned between cohorts.

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21, Staff Writer and Associate Managing Editor

October 21, 2020

Carly Kaplowitz · Remote Vs. In School...

Autumn brings festive new drinks to Starbucks

Tori Wilson '22 and Shira Zeiberg '22

October 14, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/victoria-wilson-586223953/autumn-brings-festive-new-drinks-to-starbucks-1

Students are learning through a hybrid method this year. Last names a-k go into school Monday and Tuesday and last names l-z go in Thursday and Friday. The rest of the days are remote learning and Wednesday is a half day where everyone is remote so the building can be cleaned between cohorts.

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21

October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/carly-kaplowitz/remote-vs-in-school-2

Students embrace hybrid schedule as school year begins

Students in Cohort A use Zoom to connect with their teachers and classmates in Cohort B.

Anastasia Thumser ‘22 and Lyah Muktavaram ‘22

October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/anastasia-thumser/hybrid-podcast-edited

Students consider online vs in-person learning

Students in class while maintaining a 6 feet distance.

Sydney Chinitz ‘23 and Valerie Dreyfuss ’22

October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/valerie-dreyfuss/which-is-preferred-in-school-or-at-home-learning

Freshmen adjust to high school during a global pandemic

Alex Gordon ’24, Ruby Kantor ’24 and Alice Anderson ’24 eat lunch with the new dividers to accommodate for school with COVID-19. With the new regulations, students must sit three or four to a table, with X’s on every other seat.

Hannah Kail ‘22 and Lily Caplan ‘22

October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/user-154303966/freshman-adjust-to-high-school-during-a-global-pandemic-1

Students reflect on new lunch, free period regulations due to COVID-19

Micheal Brody ’22, Jackson Hochhauser ’22 and Noah Fraas ’22 walk to lunch. To get into the cafeteria, students need to walk around in the hallway outside of the cafe and use the back entrance to ensure social distancing.

Lily Caplan ’22 and Charley Guthartz ’22

October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/user-154303966/y2matecom-staples-students-reflect-on-new-lunch-and-free-period-regulations-due-to-covid-19-74jhza2upek

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