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Athletes engender empowerment in Westport’s annual triathlon

Participants of the annual 2019 Fairfield County Bank Westport Kiwanis Triathlon on Sept. 8, 2019 race to complete the event at Compo Beach in Westport, Connecticut.
September 21, 2019

At the waterline of Compo Beach in Westport, over 200 athletes charged into the Long Island Sound and began the annual 2019 Fairfield County Bank Westport Kiwanis Triathlon on Sept. 8, 2019. The participants...

Saugatuck Rowing Club races at the San Diego Crew Classic

Saugatuck Rowing Club races at the San Diego Crew Classic
April 3, 2018

By Alex Sprouls '19 The Saugatuck Rowing Club’s first varsity 8+ and second varsity 8+ boys’ and girls’ teams traveled to San Diego during the weekend of March 24 to compete in their first race...

Running to reach the finish line

Running to reach the finish line
June 7, 2017

By: Kayla Sirlin ’19 and Anna Rhoads ’19 Dedication, self-discipline, and grit are just a few of the qualities required of anyone crazy enough to tackle the daunting marathon. Originating from...

White privilege essay contest creates controversy in the Westport community

White privilege essay contest creates controversy in the Westport community
February 2, 2017

By Ashton Dedona '17 A local essay contest graced the headlines of Fox News, NY Daily News and CBS News, among other prominent national publications, on January 31, stirring further controversy within...

African American Lit: The Staples elective that has yet to be elected

African American Lit: The Staples elective that has yet to be elected
June 2, 2016

At 15 years-old I am a Staples sophomore. I have spent 13 years in school where I've had the privilege of being taught by close to 50 teachers. None of those teachers have been African American....

Third Annual Teen Essay Contest Winners Announced

May 18, 2016

Last night, May 16th 2016, the winners of the third annual TEAM Westport essay contest were announced at a reception inside the Westport Public Library’s McManus room. The competition, which is open...

Predicting the fastest two minutes in sports: the Kentucky Derby

Predicting the fastest two minutes in sports: the Kentucky Derby
May 7, 2016

At 6:34 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, 20 horses will leave the gates at the most popular horse race in the United States. This year is the 142nd Kentucky Derby. It takes place at Churchill Downs in Louisville,...

Staples students flock to the Turkey Trot

December 1, 2015

Usually teenagers like to sleep in whenever the chance presents itself. You would think the same applies to Thanksgiving — more so, maybe. But, oddly enough, on Thanksgiving at 8 AM, around 4,500 runners,...

Ferguson: what do we do now?

Photo by Kimberly P. Mitchell, Detroit Free Press/Tribune News Service, Formerly MCT Campus
December 6, 2014

Justice isn't justified By Alexia Vickers: Staff Writer An 18 year old boy shot and killed in cold blood. Mike Brown’s life has been shooed away by a jury of nine Caucasian jurors and 3 African...

Past editorial raises concerns about perceptions of diversity

May 30, 2014

Although the attempt to approach the touchy subject of race in “Damaged by lack of diversity” is admirable, it stands as an article written for, effectively but solely, the Caucasian majority of Staples’...

Boys and Girls Track and Field Shine in FCIAC Championships

May 30, 2011

On May 24, the boys and girls varsity track teams competed in the FCIAC championships at Danbury High School. The girls placed 3rd while the boys took 2nd in a tough meet with especially fierce competition. “Going...

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