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Celebrity Robbed of Reputation

October 19, 2016

By: Molly Mahoney '18 In Paris’ No Address Hotel on October 2, two robbers, obscured by ski masks and 3:00 am darkness, held Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint before stealing the celebrity’s jewelry. The monetary loss equated to more than 10 million dollars, on top of the emotional damage that accompanies...

Make Feminism Your Own

Kate Lewis, Staff Writer

May 31, 2016

33 Students Inducted into Five World Language National Honor Society Chapters at Staples High School

33 Students Inducted into Five World Language National Honor Society Chapters at Staples High School

April 11, 2011

On March 29 the Staples World Language Department honored some of its finest students at the annual World Language National Honor Society inductions. The students earned membership into their respective Staples chapters of the Chinese, French, German, Italian and Latin national organizations. To attain m...

Staples gives back beyond American borders

December 3, 2010

Dana Rappaport ’11 Web Managing Editor From Ecuador to South Africa, Staples students participate in a multitude of community service projects across the globe. All charity work is good charity work, however the spotlight shines on Builders Beyond Borders, Staples’ National Honor Society, and SARAA for fundraising outside of the Westport bound...

Is Staples Safe for All Sexualities?

Is Staples Safe for All Sexualities?

November 12, 2010

The last thing that Francis Furmanek ’11 expected when walking onto the bus after school last year was to be verbally attacked. It was not long after the bus went in motion that a student began to harass Furmanek and his friend with the call of fags. While the situation was dealt with quickly by the...

Registration Without Taxation

September 14, 2010

Inklings Editorial It’s difficult to deny that Staples students are given many resources. With the continuing importance of education in today’s society, it’s fair to say that this gives Stapleites opportunities that others may not have. But the excellence of the education provided does no...

Charles Stanley Shows a Buzzing Interest

Charles Stanley Shows a Buzzing Interest

April 16, 2010

Sammy Warshaw ’12 Staff Writer Charles Stanley, local bee enthusiant and father of two current Staples students, Olivia '13 and Venetia '10, has been facinated with bees for nearly 35 years. When springtime comes along, Stanley is oustside bright and early collected honey and necessary nutrients. Venetia...

Fernandez Balances Teaching, Writing Book On Role of Automobile in American Society

Fernandez Balances Teaching, Writing Book On Role of Automobile in American Society

January 29, 2010

Kelsey Landauer Staff Writer Students always wonder what their teachers do in their free time. From what students know all they do is stand in the front of the classroom talking, or correct work. However, English teacher Anne Fernandez has certainly put her free time to something other than grad...

A Novel of Change, the Art of Engineering, and Social Entrepreneurship

A Novel of Change, the Art of Engineering, and Social Entrepreneurship

January 15, 2010

Haris Durrani ’11 Opinions Editor A lot of science fiction writers—or a lot of readers—seem to think the S.F. genre is aimed to predict the future. This might be true to some extent, but to blogger, columnist, copyright activist, and writer Cory Doctorow, S.F. is more about influenci...

Cans for Candlelight Food Drive Returns to Staples for Sixth Year

Cans for Candlelight Food Drive Returns to Staples for Sixth Year

December 14, 2009

Becca Bobrow '11 Staff Writer Staples will not only be filled with the beautiful sounds of it’s music groups on Dec. 18th and 19th, but the hallways will also be filled with boxes of non-perishable goods donated by students and audience members to the annual Cans for Candlelight food drive. The food drive, in its sixth ...

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