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Tik Tok Salmon Rice Bowl; As Easy As It Gets

Tik Tok salmon rice bowl; as easy as it gets

Shira Zeiberg ’22 November 1, 2021

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“The D’Amelio Show” came out on Sept. 3 on Hulu and has one season and eight episodes. Each episode is unique and discusses what life is like for the D’amelio family.

‘The D’Amelio Show’ displays the harsh reality of being an influencer in today’s society

Shira Zeiberg ’22, Outreach Manager September 25, 2021

As Charli D’Amelio wakes up in her mansion in LA, she reaches for her phone and opens up her social media apps to her 123.6 million followers on TikTok and 43.5 million followers on Instagram, with the...

The girls second floor bathroom was vandalized on Sept. 23. The perpetrator(s), who has not yet been identified, peeled paint off the stall walls, broke the toilet seat and drew a sexually explicit image on the stall door.

Girls bathroom vandalized, administration searches for perpetrators

Giselle Oldani ’22, Web Managing Editor September 25, 2021

The second-floor girls bathroom was reported vandalized on Sept. 23. A piece of the toilet seat was broken off and thrown into the toilet, paint was peeled off the stall and spread across the floor and...

Emma Losonczy ’23 uses music as a way of focusing while studying in the library. The music helps Losonczy  keep her mind awake while she writes an essay for English class.

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 Kaitlyn Constantino ’21 (far right) was one of six dancers chosen to dance along Tik Tok star Charli D’Amelio. Constantino’s trip to film the virtual dance class included a coronavirus test as well as daily temperature checks to ensure they could dance in the studio without masks.

Constantino reflects on dancing in ‘Charli Breaks the Floor’ and her own life as a dancer

Eliza Barr '21, Photography Director October 26, 2020

With her hair in a low ponytail and dressed in a white crop top and sneakers, Kaitlyn Constantino ’21 dances in front of a dance studio mirror, just as she does for hours every week. But a few details...

Arden Scherer ’21 debuts new tie-dye business

Rebecca Kanfer '21, Outreach Manager May 12, 2020

The sun is peeking from behind cool spring clouds, brightly colored flowers and leaves are blooming throughout gardens and pastel colors are emerging from the depths of closets -- all indicators that...

Luca Lombardo ’22, as well as many other Staples students, are avid users of TikTok and use the app for up to hours at a time. The app has become well-known as a huge source of procrastination for students.

TikTok faces privacy troubles leading to investigation

Betti Kobak '22, Staff Writer November 21, 2019

The trending social media app TikTok, owned by the Chinese company ByteDance, will be under investigation on an undecided date by the U.S government due to allegations of spying on U.S. citizens. The Committee...

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