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“Big Hero 6” proves to be a big success

“Big Hero 6” proves to be a big success

Jane Levy, Features Editor

December 13, 2014

On a rainy Friday night, there is nothing I’d rather do than hug a tub of buttered popcorn, sip on a Diet Coke, and sink into a movie theatre seat, ready to immerse myself in a feature film. However, if the film happens to be animated, I will almost always pass. The bottom line is that they freak me...

Youtube quiets Quizlet and flings aside flashcards

Youtube quiets Quizlet and flings aside flashcards

Brendan Massoud, Staff Writer

November 10, 2014

YouTube, for many, is a source of adorable baby footage or the latest high-school phenom’s highlight reel. But for some, it is actually an incredible academic resource. In the past few years, educational YouTube channels have become more and more prevalent for members of the Staples student body....

“Out of Reach” by Carrie Arcos: An Author Interview

“Out of Reach” by Carrie Arcos: An Author Interview

Olivia Kalb, A&E Editor

June 12, 2013

TO READ A REVIEW ON OUT OF REACH, CLICK HERE The author of the captivating book Out of Reach, Carrie Arcos, kindly agreed to an interview. What are three fun facts about yourself?  I love Good n Plenty, I'm Italian and Irish, and I'm afraid of mosquito eaters. When a book is about drug a...

Harry Potter Review

Harry Potter Review

November 22, 2010

Image via Wikipedia Its posters advertised it as “One Way. One Fate. One Hero.” But, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 1 of 2!)” was not even close to that simple. If you didn’t read the books, don’t even try to comprehend what’s going on. Even those who didn’t read the ...

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...

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