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Team “Natural Corn Killers Celebrates their victory after they win the 2023 cornhole league championship.
Westport Parks and Rec postpones third cornhole season, ignites advocacy from participants
Zoe Boxenbaum'25, Executive TV Producer • June 12, 2024
Students in the West Branch Farmington River releasing the salmon they raised throughout the year with fishing nets.
Students release salmon in Connecticut River during field trip
Sophia Reeves '25, Paper News Editor • June 3, 2024
Zara Saliba ’26, Uma Choudhury ’26 and Caroline Banks ’26 at the Connecticut state National History Day competition at Central Connecticut State University. Their tri-fold poster on the medical and ethical impacts of HeLa cells earned them first place in the Senior Division Group Exhibit category.
Sophomores win big at National History Day state competition, secure bid to nationals
Mia Bomback ’25, Managing Editor • June 3, 2024
Borowsky and Madigan’s campaign focuses on improving student wellbeing mainly through food and social aspects.
Calum Madigan and Will Borowsky elected 2025 Staples student council senior presidents
Ayaan Olasewere ’25, Web Sports Editor • June 11, 2024
Staples Skate Club plans to renovate Compo Skate Park in near future.
Skate Club plans to renovate Compo Skate Park
Corbin Chaney '25, Staff Writer • June 4, 2024
Seniors travel back in time and reflect on their favorites from their childhood.
Travel back in time: Students reflect on their childhood favorites
Catie Campagnino’26, Paper Editor • May 31, 2024
Extra time is an accommodation granted to students.
Extra time is not a luxury
Rylie Cordella ’25, Business Manager • June 12, 2024
Drake K. Salmon Park in the midst of spring, beautiful flowers blooming
Sunset at Drake K. Salmon Park, overlooking the Saugatuck River
Old Mill beach, relaxing and reading after the walk there
An ode to 2 Marvin Place
Avery Michalowski ’26, Assistant Creative Director • June 11, 2024
Connecticut has various labor laws that one should always keep in mind when applying for a summer job.
I’m not a lawyer, I’m just a kid- my advice for navigating your summer job contract
Zoe Boxenbaum '25, Broadcast Director • June 11, 2024
This chicken dish was grilled to perfection, and came topped with a delightful frisée salad. While the salad was a bit salty, it was a very welcoming dish that we would definitely order again.
Westport’s summer restaurant scene
Mia Bomback '25 and Zara Saliba '26 June 11, 2024
This candy bag filled with Swedish candies is similar to the ones being sold at The Granola bar.
Swedish candy will be sold locally at The Granola Bar
Alexis Jacobs, Web Features Editor • June 10, 2024
There are many ice cream options, some being extremely unique. Flavors such as honey, lavender and marshmallow, Kneads bread and matcha are different from what most ice cream places serve like chocolate or vanilla. These flavors are what make MOMU so original.
New MOMU Ice Cream place takes over the retired Saugatuck Sweets location
Alice Frascella ’25, Web Arts Editor • May 31, 2024
On May 7, 11 osenior athletes participated in the DII and DIII signing. These athletes are going to multiple competitive schools around the country, such as Swarthmore College, MIT and UCSD.
Senior athletes embrace pathways to college sports during DII, DIII signing
Demi Sasson ’25, Paper Opinions Editor • June 11, 2024
The Staples Wreckers took down the Fairfield Warde Mustangs in extra innings to advance to the CIAC Class LL championship game. (Photo by William Murray 25)
Staples baseball beats Fairfield Warde in 10 innings, advances to CIAC championship game
William Murray ’25, Web Sports Editor • June 6, 2024
The boys lacrosse team poses after their triumph over Darien to win their first ever FCIAC championship 7-6 on May 23.
Boys’ lacrosse wins first FCIAC championship in program history
Samantha Sandrew '25 and Andi Jacobs '26 June 4, 2024
Aiden Parnes ’24 discusses his favorite moments playing Staples lacrosse. Parnes and other lacrosse players give a special behind-the-scenes tour of the championship-winning Staples team at practice.
Boys’ lacrosse: behind the scenes
Angelina Matra '25 and Demi Sasson ’25 June 11, 2024
Different classes have different finals. Some have exams and others have smaller tests.
Should AP finals be scheduled before AP exams?
Olivia Saw ’26 and Rylie Cordella ’25 June 11, 2024
As the class of 2024 enters internships, the next school year grows closer.
Upperclassmen advise incoming freshman, offer valuable insights
Audrey Curtis ’24 and Talia Versano ’24 June 11, 2024
These cute mutts compete for the place as cutest pup at the fair.
Top 10 cutest dogs at the Westport Dog Festival
Samantha Sandrew '25, Web Managing Editor • May 29, 2024
My hand, clutching the smoothie, freezes as I anticipate sunset. Finally, as the clock strikes 7:30 p.m., I can finally indulge in this long- awaited beverage.
A Ramadan Temptation: Indulge in an Avocado Smoothie
Danisha Nasution, Staff Writer • April 22, 2024
The bulk ferment is when the yeast fully developed through rest. The dough should nearly double in size and get bubbly. The warmer the environment, the faster the dough will ferment. If you leave the dough on the counter it will take about eight to 10 hours. For a more sour dough, leave it in the fridge for up to three days for a slower fermentation.
Sourdough: A simple but challenging craft
Alexis Jacobs '26, Staff Writer • April 8, 2024
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