Inklings News

Threatening political messages posted in downtown Westport cause fear among residents

Lucy Arrow '21, Web Managing Editor

October 1, 2020

Violent and threatening posters spreading political messages were placed in downtown Westport by an unknown person or group of people this weekend. Posted outside of Pink Sumo, and taped to  parking signs on Church Lane, the signs had both national and local threats.  Some signs read “This town is ours, kill Trump...

“Enough is enough” is not enough

“Enough is enough” is not enough

Hannah Schmidt ’19

November 19, 2018

Since Jan. 1, 2018, it has been 321 days. Three hundred and thirteen days of waking up to seeing some notification on my phone about the newest pop-star drama, the latest viral video or a missed facetime call from my sister. But 308 of those days were spent waking up to news of yet another mass shooti...

National School Walkout sparks student activism

National School Walkout sparks student activism

May 7, 2018

By Lily Kane ’20 and Julia Lombardo ’20

[Sept. 2016 News] Conservative underrepresentation persists as 2016 political dialogue intensifies

October 11, 2016

By Fritz Schemel '17 Editor-in-Chief and Zach Horowitz '19 As the 2016 election barrels towards the finish line, political dialogue surrounding it has grown increasingly tense. Out of 200 Staples students surveyed, just 17 percent of liberal students felt their views were underrepresented, compared...

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