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Pro-abortion rights protestors gather in downtown Westport holding signs supporting DefenDemocracy’s cause and listening to speakers.
Connecticut protests for abortion rights
Audrey Kercher ’23, Breaking News Manager • May 18, 2022
The authorized $222.8 million budget for Westport will be spent on many areas.
Representative Town Meeting approves $222.8 million budget
Sarah Marron ’24, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
As the price of regular unleaded gas rises nationally, prices in Connecticut rise as well.
Gas prices in Connecticut spike to record highs
Jake Fitzpatrick '22, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
Alexa Anastasi ’22 showcased the history of race through means of an eye-catching poster.
‘African American, Black, Latino, and Puerto Rican Studies' class concludes pilot year
Toby Goldfarb ’23, Web Managing Editor • May 20, 2022
Jim Hood, Ian Warburg and Emily Ashken Zobl ’12, three founding members of  Save the Old Mill Grocery and Deli pose after raising over a million dollars for the cause.
Preserving history, serving good: community organization aims to save Elvira’s
Katie Simons ’22, Staff Writer • May 19, 2022
Nicholas Blanco ’25, Dylan Kurpiel ’25, Jack Srihari ’25 and substitute teacher Hannah Mata enjoy a game together after school on Fridays.
Cooperative video games club connects students through games
Ryan Hong ’23, Staff Writer • May 17, 2022
The Supreme Court case Roe vs. Wade may be overturned, taking away necessary reproductive and human rights for millions of women across America.
Potential overturn of Roe vs. Wade wrongfully strips women of their human rights
Jolie Gefen '24, Web News Editor • May 17, 2022
Teachers should provide the class average for assessments in order to prevent students from sharing scores with one another.
Class averages foster a less competitive environment
Meg Enquist ’23, Business Manager • May 6, 2022
As upcoming juniors decide where they will apply to college, it’s important that they don’t rule out colleges just because they’re “unrealistic.”
Advice for juniors: The 25-50-25 rule is not a universal mantra
Jason Stein '22, Staff Writer • May 6, 2022
Released on April 22, 2022, Heartstopper provides relatable, loveable LGBTQ+ romance and journey. While season two has not been announced, season one has climbed the top-watched list in America and the United Kingdom.
Netflix’s "Heartstopper" illustrates heartwarming, intricate LGBTQ+ journey, romance 
Hannah Conn '23, Web Managing Editor • May 3, 2022
Netflix released season four of Drive to Survive on March 13. Drive to Survive captures the behind-the-scenes moments of the Formula 1 race season, including team rivalries, driver lineups and the role of money in the sport.
Season four of ‘Drive to Survive’ delivers the behind the scenes of a thrilling Formula 1 season
Hannah Ratcliffe ’22, Staff Writer • May 3, 2022
The new Kardashians show excites fans across the nation.
The Kardashians on Hulu stylishly shifting to showcase real, raw life
Julia Leitner ’23, Assistant Business Director • May 3, 2022
According to Coach Jack McFarland, the Wreckers’ baserunning has been stellar this season, hopefully leading them to more victories.
Baseball team navigates up and down season
Jalen St. Fort ’22, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
The girls’ golf team has members from every grade; each player has different strengths that have helped contribute to the team’s victories this year.
Girls’ golf victorious in almost every match, leads state
Phoebe Miller ’23, Associate Managing Editor • May 17, 2022
Evelyn Chudowsky ’24 celebrates a goal from her team in a game against Bermuda on April 28.
Evelyn Chudowsky ’24 embarks on Dominican Republic national team
Ava Cordella '24, Opinions Editor • May 16, 2022
Seniors preparing to leave Staples think back on all of the memories that made their high school experience.
Seniors reflect, rejoice on favorite high school memories
Eli Shorrock ’22, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
Elle Vail ’23 satirically provides her insight upon this year’s junior prom dresses on the Paris Hilton’s “hot or not” spectrum.
Junior Prom Dresses: Hot or Not Satire
Elle Vail ’23, Creative Team • May 18, 2022
Summer activities to cure boredom
Summer activities to cure boredom
Maria Krug ’22, Staff Writer • May 16, 2022
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Elle Vail ’23 satirically provides her insight upon this year’s junior prom dresses on the Paris Hilton’s “hot or not” spectrum.
Junior Prom Dresses: Hot or Not Satire
Elle Vail ’23, Creative Team • May 18, 2022
According to Coach Jack McFarland, the Wreckers’ baserunning has been stellar this season, hopefully leading them to more victories.
Baseball team navigates up and down season
Jalen St. Fort ’22, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
The girls’ golf team has members from every grade; each player has different strengths that have helped contribute to the team’s victories this year.
Girls’ golf victorious in almost every match, leads state
Phoebe Miller ’23, Associate Managing Editor • May 17, 2022
Nicholas Blanco ’25, Dylan Kurpiel ’25, Jack Srihari ’25 and substitute teacher Hannah Mata enjoy a game together after school on Fridays.
Cooperative video games club connects students through games
Ryan Hong ’23, Staff Writer • May 17, 2022
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