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Staples demonstrates variety of March Madness traditions

Staples demonstrates variety of March Madness traditions

Jake Navarro ’20 and Holden Cohen ’20

April 4, 2019


Filed under Broadcast, Sports, Sports

Variety Show

Variety Show

May 4, 2017


Filed under Arts

By Kate Lewis '18 and Megan Doyle '18

In with the new foods, out with the nutritional benefits

In with the new foods, out with the nutritional benefits

Sophia Hampton, News Editor

October 10, 2014


Filed under Opinions

There are two things as a high school student I have come to value above most other things: food and sleep. When I have to sacrifice one for the other, it’s an altogether unfortunate situation. But here I am, a senior girl, waking up 20 minutes earlier to pack myself a lunch because I can’t rely...

Improvement on the Horizon

Improvement on the Horizon

April 6, 2011


Filed under News

Intermixed between her silent pleas for bullying relief, Bedford Middle School eighth grader Alye Pollack poses a daunting question in her now viral YouTube video, “Will high school get worse?” Luckily, the general consensus appears to be that when compared to middle school, high school gives students re...

Drawing the Lines

Drawing the Lines

May 28, 2010


Filed under Features

Spencer Fox '11 Staff Writer Vandalism has become a problem at Staples. Bathroom walls display a wide variety of phrases, words and illustrations from the bizarre to the vulgar. Inklings interviewed someone who was caught and those who cleaned up his tags. Staples’ Zak Rose ’10 was found ...

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