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Students visit the ghosts of television’s past

Students visit the ghosts of television’s past

Max Biblicoff, Staff Writer

January 10, 2015

‘Watching classic or throwback TV shows is an intriguing alternative for many students who aren’t satisfied with today’s biggest titles. Those who look to Netflix as their source of TV can often feel trapped between mainstream shows such as “Breaking Bad,” “House of Cards” and “The Walking...

Kempner keeps music in the loop

Kempner keeps music in the loop

Rebecca Hoving, Staff Writer

January 9, 2015

Julia Kempner ’16 is not the typical singer. In fact, she isn’t typical at all. Arriving at the interview, arms full with colorful origami butterflies, Kempner said one thing before getting down to business; “Take East Asian [studies] next year.” Besides her love for Spongebob episodes, though...

Nothing done after Newtown, two years later

Nothing done after Newtown, two years later

Sophia Hampton, News Editor

December 15, 2014

Two years have passed since the Sandy Hook shooting. Two years have passed since I was sitting in Journalism class and suddenly we weren’t learning about AP Style. Suddenly we were watching the news as they tried to explain why 26 people were shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School. 20 of those...

Hear us out

Hear us out

December 5, 2014

At Staples, it’s easy for us to meet with a teacher if we’re stuck on a math problem. It’s easy for us to get any book we would ever need from the school library. It’s easy for us to be involved in one of the hundreds of clubs. But voicing our opinions and concerns is not so easy. Yes, we...

Fashion icons strut the halls

Fashion icons strut the halls

Ben Foster, Staff Writer

October 30, 2014

When weaving in and out between students in the Staples hallways, it is easy to get overwhelmed by the expressive spectrum of attire modeled by Staples students. However, through the surging sea of tops, boots, jackets and accessories, Staples’ fashion icons Harley Kowalsky ’15 and Gwyneth Mulliken...

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