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Brynly Marsh makes a difference on internships

Brynly Marsh makes a difference on internships

Ivy Prince, Web Arts Editor

June 12, 2016

Senior internships are usually a fun time for everyone. Seniors can help out at local stores, farms, schools, or in Brynly Marsh’s ‘16 case: an Orphanage in Tanzania. Her trip took the duration of the entire three week internship, where she had the “opportunity of  a lifetime” to travel to Africa and work in a non profit classroom. Marsh helped to e...

Brynly Marsh says Goodbye to Staples and Hello to Tanzania

Brynly Marsh says Goodbye to Staples and Hello to Tanzania

Sasha Narang and Erin Lynch

April 29, 2016

As the year is coming to an end, so is high school for the class of 2016. With a few weeks left until senior internships begin, the student filled halls will soon be missing 400 of its most dedicated Wreckers. Brynly Marsh ’16 is more than excited to trade her eight classes a day for an internship i...

Why we will survive the Ebola outbreak

Why we will survive the Ebola outbreak

Jennifer Gouchoe, Staff Writer

November 10, 2014

We’re all going to die. It’s just a given: the world is going to be consumed by Ebola, and millions of people will die off in a “Contagion”-esque manner. Especially now since Ebola has reached New York City, Staples, along with every other school, office building, store and household in...

The stigmatization of Africans over Ebola

The stigmatization of Africans over Ebola

Amina Abdul-Kareem, Staff Writer

October 9, 2014

The ugly truth is when Africa is mentioned people think of a disease-infested continent filled with poverty and uncivilized people. The ongoing outbreak of Ebola in West Africa hasn’t helped Africans from being stigmatized in the slightest. My family is from Somalia, a country in East Africa. A...

Westport resident heads UN effort to fight Ebola

Westport resident heads UN effort to fight Ebola

Jane Levy, Features Editor

October 9, 2014

While Ebola, the deadly epidemic that has stolen and is threatening many lives, is a worldwide quandary, Westport’s own Anthony Banbury, father of James ’16 and Sawyer ’18, is leading the United Nations’ mission to fight Ebola in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone Africa. According to Centers for ...

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