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Pictured are Miranda, Carrie and Charlotte, who are the main characters of the show ‘Just Like That,’ which was released on Thursday Dec. 9 on HBO Max.

‘And Just Like That’ – the reboot of ‘Sex in the City’ underwhelms fans

Charley Guthartz, Opinions Editor January 5, 2022

Upon my recent watching of ‘Sex in the City’ seasons one through six, I was beyond excited when I heard that they were coming out with the reboot on Dec. 9. The last episode ever aired was in 2004,...

With the seniors gone, the back two rows of AP Economics class are left empty, as all students in the class have moved towards the front to better participate.

Seniors’ absence leave Staples in shambles

Theresa Vandis, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

Every spring, the senior class is offered an amazing opportunity to go out of school early to participate in internships of their choosing before heading off to college in the fall. Sure this sounds like...

Guide to Conquer Summer 2021

Guide to conquer summer 2021

Julia Leitner ’23, Web Sports Editor June 9, 2021

The Fourth of July firework show at Compo Beach during the summer of 2019 was the last before COVID-19.

Westport cancels Fourth of July fireworks

Theresa Vandis '22, Business Director May 12, 2021

The Fourth of July fireworks have been canceled in Westport for the summer of 2021 as of May 7. Due to CDC guidelines, the PAL board along with other Fairfield County towns, such as Danbury and Ridgefield,...

The 93rd annual Oscars were held on April 25, 2021 to honor actors, actresses, and others in the film industry.

2021 Oscars highlight women and the racial justice movement

Karlie Saed '23, Photostory Editor May 4, 2021

Considering that many movie theaters have been closed for over a year, it has been difficult to see new films. However, the Oscars were still held to honor those in the film industry. There were a total...

Due to the safety precautions surrounding COVID 19, the 63rd Grammys was available for live streaming on, for all at home viewers to enjoy.

Students decide whether the Grammys are critically acclaimed, or in need of critical reform

Theresa Vandis ’22, Assistant Business Director March 24, 2021

The 63rd Grammy awards, like the rest of the world, went through many changes this year. A semi-virtual event run by a new executive producer in the past forty years, and a new host: Trever Noah. The Grammy...

While 2021 is already off to a crazy start, but it is important to keep some normalcy when it comes to childhood fun, and show days.

Snow Day Essentials Make Everything More Fun

Julia Leitner '23, Assistant Business Director February 12, 2021

The mindset that 2021 will be a “clean slate” is jeopardizing our chance at preventing a repeat of the last 365 days. The new year is not time to be more lenient with our COVID-19 protocols, but an opportunity to remain diligent and make 2021 what we all want it to be.

New Year incites a dangerous mindset around COVID-19

Aidan Rogers '22, Creative Director January 24, 2021

2021 has brought us false hope. The first day of the year was looked at with much excitement and anticipation,  as if the moment the clock struck 12:00 our lunch dividers would be put down, our masks...

New Year’s resolutions help many feel encouraged for 2021

Julia Leitner ’23 and Margot Richlin ’23 January 15, 2021

‘iCarly’ reboot fills fans with excitement

‘iCarly’ reboot fills fans with excitement

Abigail Nevin ’23, Staff Writer January 11, 2021

The Nickelodeon show “iCarly” will be returning in 2021 with the original cast as their adult selves after an eight-year hiatus.  “iCarly” is a show about three teens: Carly, Sam and Freddie....

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