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[Oct. 2016 Arts] First place flute star shines bright

November 22, 2016


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By Melanie Lust  ’19   When Cece Hong ‘18 entered the first round of the American Chamber Orchestra’s concerto competition, she never imagined that she would win the elite tournament. But earlier this year, she did just that. “The first round, I thought I did really poorly,” she ...

Sweet Frog provides home for aspiring artists

Sweet Frog provides home for aspiring artists

November 5, 2016


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Alice Hickson '17 The popular frozen yogurt business, Sweet Frog, located at 623 Post Rd East, has teamed up with the Youth Art Forum (YAF) to provide a topping of talent to their sweet treats. The FroYo shop now features a miniature art gallery for customers to enjoy. The Youth Arts Forum is...

An exclusive inside look at Staples’ most talented students

An exclusive inside look at Staples’ most talented students

Brett Franklin, Assistant Business Manager

April 25, 2016


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The Student Assembly hosted the Variety Show last Friday, April 15,  which showcased the school’s most talented students. From singing, to dancing in a chicken suit, the Variety Show covered it all. A special schedule was put in place in order to accommodate the show that took place during period six. ...

Kempner keeps music in the loop

Kempner keeps music in the loop

Rebecca Hoving, Staff Writer

January 9, 2015


Filed under Arts, Music

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...

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