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Football league gives students a place to call home

Football league gives students a place to call home

December 11, 2017

By: Jack Beck '18 and Daniel Thompson '18 Rain falling. Sweat dripping. Boys running around the Staples football field like it was their last day with legs. That was the scene at the inaugural game of the International Association of Boss Chiefs (IABC), a touch football league played in by Staples...

Improvements in guidance requested

Improvements in guidance requested

October 25, 2017

By Ella Bloomingdale ’20 Although Staples has an office full of counselors theoretically willing to address our various problems, it is sometimes difficult for students to sit down one-on-one with their counselors. Often, it can be a struggle to find a mutually convenient time to meet with guid...

Put down the pencil and go to bed

Put down the pencil and go to bed

October 23, 2017

By Roxy Augeri ’20 It’s fateful Tuesday morning, and you take a look around at your first period classroom. Across the room, a conversation like this is occurring; “Oh my gosh. Guess what happened last night. I got to bed at 9:30. Isn’t that amazing?” “Are you joking? I got five hou...

Health accounts takeover Instagram feeds

Health accounts takeover Instagram feeds

October 12, 2017

By Elle Fair '19 An image of grilled chicken topped with steamy vegetables and a side of fresh, dairy free ice cream is just one example of a meal you might open your Instagram feed to. It's not just any ordinary foodgram, it’s a trendy, new craze in the world of social media: healthy food Instagrams....

The Westport Public Library: Groundbreaking into Westport’s new gem

The Westport Public Library: Groundbreaking into Westport’s new gem

October 4, 2017

By Lauren Wasserman '19 The quietest place in a town, where many go to both procrastinate work and be productive, has made it their mission to improve its facility and stand out from the others: The Westport Public Library. On Sept. 15, the first step into the Westport Public Library’s $19.5 million...

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