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New trend of almond milk causes Staples to go nuts

New trend of almond milk causes Staples to go nuts

Ale Benjamin, Managing Editor

October 10, 2014

Got milk? In many childhoods, this phrase popped up endlessly on cheesy television commercials and the back of every milk carton parked next to a brimming bowl of cereal. But now the question has changed, as more and more students have started to ask, “Got almond milk?” Almond milk is exactly...

New stores downtown spark same styles in students

New stores downtown spark same styles in students

Amina Abdul-Kareem, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

A popular clothing store, Brandy Melville, has remained a growing trend these past few years for teenage girls in Westport. It offers boho-chic style clothing that ranges from distressed denim shorts, to floral kimonos, to high-waisted skirts, shorts and pants. And with affordable prices and great quality,...

Some dress to impress while others dress without stress

Some dress to impress while others dress without stress

Alexa Vickers, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

During the first week of school, some students come in focused on everyone’s new look. Classes and new teachers are the second thing on their minds. But if one pays close attention, one can see the people who are all about sweatpants with a t-shirt and the people who, no matter what, are in a dress...

Falling back into step with the colder climate

Falling back into step with the colder climate

Daniela Karpenos, Web News Editor

September 16, 2014

Every year it’s the same transition. The air becomes cooler, the leaves crisper, the colors richer. Yet, the anticipation and renewed excitement for fall never seems to fade. One of the ways the seasonal shift is kept fresh is through fashion trends. Magazines, such as “Seventeen,” predict this...

The ice is melting

The ice is melting

Jimmy Ray Stagg, Web Sports Editor

September 4, 2014

Pete Frates was once the captain of the Boston College baseball team. Standing 6’2” and weighing in at 220 pounds, he was quite an intimidating force. Today, he sits, paralyzed, in his wheelchair, unable to speak, eat, let alone throw a baseball. He was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis...

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