Inklings News

Tech companies must be held accountable

Tech companies must be held accountable

June 12, 2018

By Abby Fleming '20 Most classes at Staples start the same way. Shiny, silver laptops are pulled out from backpacks, with the Apple symbol illuminating as they are switched on. Students drop off their phones in the shoe organizer hanging on the wall and watch in agony as each screen lights up with a...

Users to take a bite into Apple’s new devices

Users to take a bite into Apple's new devices

Justin Schwebel, Staff Writer

September 23, 2015

The Bill Graham Auditorium, one of the most famous venues in San Francisco, wasn’t hosting The Who or the Grateful Dead on Sept. 9. Instead, thousands packed into the historic, circa 1912 auditorium to watch Tim Cook and his team unveil a multitude of new products. The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are set to be rele...

Apple introduces the watch of the future

The Apple Sport Watch with silver aluminum case and white sport band starting at $349.

Julia Greenspan, Social Media Editor

March 17, 2015

On March 9th, Apple released new information regarding the Apple Watch, which Apple CEO Tim Cook first introduced as the company’s “new chapter” in early September. Last week, Cook excitedly spoke of new features and announced that the release date for the watch would be April 24, 2015; however, ...

New Levitt Pavillion lights up large crowds

New Levitt Pavillion lights up large crowds

Chase Gornbein, Assistant Business Manager

September 19, 2014

Located in downtown Westport adjacent to the Saugatuck River, the Levitt Pavillion has gone through a series of renovations in efforts to draw much larger crowds. Although Greg Fisher ’15 has never witnessed a concert at the Pavillion, he is still awestruck by the amazing renovations that have taken...

Brrrring on the cellular memories

Daniela Karpenos, Web News Editors

June 20, 2014

They are evolving. Natural selection has eliminated the weak―the slow, the boring, the outdated. Cell phones aren’t what they used to be. They have adapted in shape, size, and, most importantly, purpose. Although cell phones were initially meant for talking, that seems to be the least important...

Fresh Priorities for Frosh: Freshmen Manage First Year Pressures

Max Kahn '13 is worried about moving up in classes. | Photo by John Watson '12.

January 29, 2010

Mike Nussbaum '11 Sports Editor When an English 1 Honors class was asked to describe their first semester of Staples in one word, mixed responses of “big”, “huge”, “fun”, “intense”, and “challenging” lit up the room. Halfway through their freshman year, the class of 2013 is mana...

Rogers Switches from Tech to History

Rogers Switches from Tech to History

September 18, 2009

Image via Wikipedia With the removal of the computer science department due to budget cuts, computer science teacher Rob Rogers will be moving to the social studies department this year. “It’s cool to be in a department bigger than one [person],” Rogers said. “It’s nice to have colleagues.” In the 2009-10 school year, Rogers will be teaching two Western Hum...

Join the discussion.