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Staples seniors await spring internships

The staples high school football field is the perfect place to hold the COVID safe outdoor prom. It is so large that it could allow for the whole senior grade to social distance, while still having a good time together.

The senior class deserves prom

Charlotte Smith '21, Social Media Director March 1, 2021

Facebook groups flooded with different dresses, scrambling to find an after party plan, making sure your dress is different from those of your friends and finding a place to take pictures with your parents....

Last rec season, swapping jerseys with a member of the opposing team after the game was the ultimate sign of respect and gratitude players could share. 
Angelo Casabianca ’21 and Haydn Siroka ’21 share a moment together after a close game between the two.

Seniors reflect on rec basketball cancelled

Logan Gornbein ’21 March 1, 2021

Senior tradition continues as internship deadline passes

Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21 February 5, 2021

Early decision spread sheet serves as invasion of privacy

Logan Gornbein ’21 and Charlotte Smith ’21 December 23, 2020

A silver truck without the proper documentation is parked in a senior spot on campus.

Con: Juniors, enjoy your walk, Parking spots at Staples’ belong strictly to seniors

Logan Gornbein ’21, Staff Writter October 26, 2020

Senior year: the year students can park on campus.  Finally, we get to carry on the tradition of being the only students who are allowed to park their cars in the white-numbered parking spots. It’s...

With the hybrid model, students spend three out of the five days a week learning from home. They meet with their classes only two to three times per week, so a focus has been placed on independent learning.

New learning style due to hybrid model prepares seniors for college

Emma Dantas '21, Staff Writer October 14, 2020

My social media pages are constantly filled with self-deprecating humor from the senior class about all the traditions we have to put our own spin on, given the devastating impacts of COVID.  With...

Virtual experiences fail to expose students to colleges

Virtual experiences fail to expose students to colleges

Aidan Rogers '20, Staff Writer October 2, 2020

A view of the unique architecture, a feel for the warm weather, meeting the passionate students and teachers and exposure to schoolwide pride. This year’s senior class is missing the experiences that...

Seniors attempt to salvage their internships

Holden Cohen '20, Staff Writer May 18, 2020

In the past, when the school year came to an end and the hallways became significantly less crowded, underclassmen could really sense the entire class of students. This was the senior class, as they...

How seniors are celebrating graduation during the coronavirus pandemic

Reilly Caldwell '20, Staff Writer May 17, 2020

New rules for sexual assault on college campuses released

New rules for sexual assault on college campuses released

Abby Fleming, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

New rules have been created regarding sexual assault on college campuses, the most notabe that victims can be cross-examined during hearings. Secretary of Education Betsy Devos announced this new rule...

Virtual graduation leaves students heartbroken

Charlotte Smith '21, Social Media Director May 11, 2020

  Due to the effects of COVID-19 on the United States, many high schools and colleges have started to consider having a “virtual graduation” for the class of 2020 instead of an in-person...

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