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New club brings together Taylor Swift enthusiasts

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Anna Kercher ’25
During club rush, the Staples Swifties club shows their poster in an effort to attract members.

Every time one of Taylor Swift’s albums is out, her fans are ecstatic. To purchase Taylor Swift tickets, everyone gets up as early as possible in the morning. Taylor Swift is adored by many people, and her influence on countless lives is unmatched.  

The ability to to talk and express one’s love for Taylor Swift was introduced to the Staples community this year by Lana Diggins ’25, Ellis Maroney ’26 and Leila Stein ’26. Their goal is for Taylor lovers to come together and discuss their common interests. 

Taylor swift has influenced many people around the world and has had a huge impact. “16 in every 100 people living in the U.S. is a Swiftie,” Website Rolling Stone said. 

The ability to to talk and express one’s love for Taylor Swift was introduced to the Staples community this year by Lana Diggins ’25, Ellis Maroney ’26 and Leila Stein ’26. Their goal is for Taylor lovers to come together and discuss their common interests. 

“A lot of people at Staples love Taylor Swift,” Diggins said. “My friends and I thought creating a club would be a great way for all the Swifties at Staples to come together over a common interest.” 

Not only do they hope to just discuss their love for Taylor Swift, they will be doing fundraisers including bake sales and easter egg hunts.

“Staples Swifties will be supporting the National Eating Disorder Association,” Stein said. “This is an organization that promotes the prevention of eating disorders, education on how eating disorders affect people and how people can get treatment.” 

 The leaders believe the club will have a huge impact on the Staples community due to their personal experiences. 

“I think Taylors music resonates with so many people because of the lyrics,” Maroney said. “Everything she says is very raw and personal.” 

A lot of people at Staples love Taylor Swift. My friends and I thought creating a club would be a great way for all the Swifties at Staples to come together over a common interest.

— Lana Diggins ’25

 

The leaders were happy about the excitement for their new club and can’t wait for what is to come in the school year. 

“We received a lot of interest in the club,” Diggins said, “80 sign ups during club rush last week.”

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Olivia Signorile ’25, Staff Writer
Staff Writer Olivia Signorile ’25 is an adventurous and vibrant spirit. Over the summer, she traveled to Nantucket and Turks and Caicos in addition to being a camp counselor at Rowayton.  “I like traveling, going to the beach, hanging out with my friends and baking,” Signorile said.   Signorile decided to join Inklings not only for her passion of writing but also for the close-knit and supportive community that Inklings provides.   “I heard about Inklings and it seemed like a lot of fun,” Signorile said. “I wanted to be a part of something at Staples.”   
Anna Kercher ’25, Paper Features Editor
Paper Features Editor Anna Kercher ‘25 initially joined Inklings to pursue her love of writing and follow in her older sister’s footsteps. She’s excited to continue developing her writing and creativity skills this year. “I like making broadcasts, even though it’s harder to find topics,” Kercher said. “I find it to be more creative and enjoyable.” When Kercher is not playing volleyball or working on an article, you can find her hanging at the beach or mall. “My favorite things to do in my free time,” Kercher said, “are to go to the beach with my friends, listen to music and shop.”  

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