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Varied temperatures confuse outfit decisions

Varied temperatures confuse outfit decisions

Ivy Prince, Staff Writer

October 12, 2014

During the first weeks of school the students here at Staples are still sporting their summer apparel. However, the seasons are changing, along with the temperatures, which calls for a wardrobe revision. On any given day, the iPhone weather app will give temperatures that are usually seen on a war...

School kicks off to an early start

Anders Hovstadius, Staff Writer

August 25, 2014

As the last days of summer roll by, students savor the final days of freedom before the familiar stresses of academics return; however, this year, teachers’ and students’ summers will be cut short. The two day earlier start date is not what seems to be bothering students, but the full week that...

May 31, 2011 | Sunny Skies

May 31, 2011 | Sunny Skies

May 31, 2011

2:02 p.m. Rachel Samuels '13 studies outside while enjoying the warm weather....

September 10, 2010 | Furry Friends

Photo by Nicolette Weinbaum '12

September 10, 2010

8:10 a.m. With cold weather moving in, the mice make begin their way into various parts of Staples. While some students enjoy these furry creatures visits to the classrooms, teachers find it impossible to appreciate their presence because of the distraction they bring. ...

May 26, 2010 | Warm Weather Wednesday

Photo by Meghan Prior '11

May 26, 2010

11:56 a.m. As the warmer weather approaches, more and more students choose to eat in the courtyard. And with more students, comes more trash. ...

Students Weather Mass Toyota Recall with Ease

CAR MAINTENANCE: A Toyota repairman services a RAV4 at the Westport Toyota dealership on March, 10. Most students were unaffected by the November recall, tending to drive older Toyota model cars. | Photo by  Bryan Schiavone ’12

March 26, 2010

Bryan Schiavone ’12 Staff Writer With six million cars recalled so far, Toyota is in the midst of its biggest U.S. recalls in history, but some Staples Toyota drivers don’t seem to be suffering from the effects of it. “To be honest, it hasn’t affected my life at all,” said Sammy Reznik ...

JSA Beats Weather Down to D.C. for “Winter Congress”

Members of the JSA club pose at the

March 2, 2010

Each year the Junior State of America (JSA) club visits Washington, D.C. for “Winter Congress,” a gathering of high school students in a mock Congress convention. Normally, they are greeted with balmier than Westport weather.But instead of a short respite from arctic temperatures, the 40 students on the c...

Jacob Meisel, the Aspiring Weather Man

The front page of Meisel's weather-predicting website.

December 8, 2009

Stevie Klein '12 Web Features Editor From a young age until now, Jacob Meisel '13 could not help but be intrigued by lightning; it's power and its mystery. From then on he realized that he had a passion for exploring weather. "I lived in Los Angeles where the weather was normally calm, so I loved visiting Cape...

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