Inklings News

Tie Dye Brightens the day

During quarentine, tie dying clothes is a fun and effective way to channel your inter stylist and create cool new clothes.

Kylie Cohen '20, staff writer

May 12, 2020


Board games beat screentime

There is a multitude of ways to make use of a card deck during the quarantine. Try some of these games: Hearts, Crazy 8’s, Spit, Go Fish, War and Solitaire.

Lauren Hassell '22, Web Arts Editor

May 11, 2020

It can even happen to the most fervent binge-watcher: finding boredom in staring at a computer screen for hours on end. Adjusting to a slower lifestyle never comes naturally, and it can be even more difficult when extra time becomes a mere daily occurrence rather than a privilege. Instead of watchin...

Clothes to dye for

The materials needed include a plain item of clothing (I chose to tie-dye a few white t-shirts), a tie dye kit: tie-dye, gloves and rubber bands. You also need a fork and water.

Tori Wilson '22, Staff Writer

May 11, 2020


Quarantine brings unique opportunities to explore new activities

The most common past-time activity of students is watching netflix. Students don’t get much time to enjoy their favorite shows during a normal school year, because of the amount of time it takes to complete all of their schoolwork.

Izzy Sareen ’22 and Lea Rivel ’22, Staff Writers

April 21, 2020

COVID-19 has altered the world, leaving many people to wonder, “What do we do now?” Staples students have not been to school since March 11, and most Westport residents have been self-quarantined ever since. Since students have been participating in online school for a few weeks, many have found...

Activities to fight quarantine dullness

Activities to fight quarantine dullness

Maria Krug '22, Staff Writer

April 18, 2020


Staples welcomes the winter season

Staples celebrates winter with festive decorations outside the Staples auditorium.

Margot Stack '22 and Brooke Dembin '22

January 2, 2020

New actions need to be taken to remember those who have inspired change

New actions need to be taken to remember those who have inspired change

Jake Navarro ’20

February 18, 2019

Black History Month is the time where Staples students should be talking about Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks and Harriet Tubman. Instead, murmurs of Tom Brady’s Super Bowl performance and February break are filling the hallways. Black History Month is a time to remember and praise certain Afr...

The Westport Youth Commission improves the representation of young adults

Taken from the Westport Youth Commission website

June 14, 2017

By Sasha Narang '18 In a town of 25,000 people, it’s not unusual for the youth to be unrepresented. The Westport Youth Commission consists of 30 members who work together to advocate for the local children and teenagers. Some of the members are Staples students who have helped achieve many accomp...

New midterm schedule generates unwanted stress

New midterm schedule generates unwanted stress

Max Appell

January 11, 2017

Max Appell '18 Why fix something that isn’t broken? It may be a cliche, but it’s true. The new midterm schedule takes everything that was already stressful and makes it ten times worse. Having to wake up earlier, stay after school later and undergo an hour long break with crowded halls and pa...

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