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Students attended a variety of stations at the Financial Reality Fair. After students had bought their necessary purchases, they conferenced with an adult about how the process went and reflected on how this translates to the real world.

Seniors reflect on lessons learned throughout the Invest Yourself Fair

Alix Glickman ’23, Staff Writer April 28, 2023

After senior year, many students are leaving their homes and venturing out to different places. This is the first real taste of independence for many people. Making decisions about...

While some students prefer taking the SAT on paper, the online version is a shorter amount of time and has fewer questions. The College Board says they have made it more precise to fit students’ needs.

Juniors vocalize opinions regarding online SAT

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager March 24, 2023

As of last year, Connecticut made the decision to administer the in-school SAT online, but juniors have conflicting opinions as to whether they prefer the test online or on paper. Juniors took the online...

Prince Harry recounts his experiences with his mother’s death, aggressive paparazzi, opinionated tabloids and more in his new memoir “Spare.”

‘Spare’ by Prince Harry details relatable experiences throughout his life

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager February 7, 2023

The Royal Family has been a highly controversial topic of conversation for several years now. Prince Harry’s decision to exit The Royal Family has received merciless coverage from tabloids, newspapers,...

Simonte shares her love of field hockey with other individuals who have neuro-developmental challenges. She volunteers at a local facility and has created a floor hockey program for members to engage in.

Simonte shares love for field hockey, Hearts 4 Hockey

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager November 21, 2022

After a severe injury that took Zoe Simonte ’23 out right before her junior year field hockey season, she pivoted to a new outlet of field hockey, Hearts 4 Hockey.  Hearts 4 Hockey works with a non-profit...

As spirit week commenced, students congregated to take photos and document their spirit. Spirit week took place from Oct. 10-14 leading up to the homecoming football game.

Spirit Week declared fun for upperclassmen, uneventful for lowerclassmen

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager October 19, 2022

As spirit week unfolded at Staples, the hallways were filled with senior girls decked out in pajamas, Adam Sandler costumes, bikers versus surfers themed clothes, red outfits and blue and white spirit....

Isabelle Nahon ’23 and Emma Nahon ’23 are both committed to colleges to continue their athletic journey playing Field Hockey. Isabelle plans to attend Hamilton College while Emma plans to attend University of Pennsylvania.

Committed Staples athletes enjoy stress-free year

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager September 23, 2022

Staples is home to many athletes who have earned state championships and renowned achievements. For many of the athletes, their journey as a player does not stop after high school. In the 2022 graduation...

Blake Lively wearing Versace pays an homage to the Statue of Liberty. The rusted red color is supposed to represent the copper that then oxidized into the light blue, green color that was revealed once Lively’s skirt was untied.

Gilded Glamour or generic garments?

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager June 1, 2022

“In America: An Anthology of Fashion.” Gilded Glamour. The 2022 theme of the Met Gala was intended to be over the top, extravagant and far from boring. Yet, when the celebrities made their way onto...

AP testing will begin on May 2 and carry into the following week. Students will be assessed all material taught since the beginning of the year. Usually, students in AP classes take finals early in order to prepare for the AP exams.

Students consider timing of AP testing stressful, rewarding in the long term

Alix Glickman ’23, Social Media Manager April 28, 2022

Over the first two weeks of May, students will complete exams for their AP classes, which is only one week after returning from the sunny beaches visited during April break. As a result, many students...

Helpful resources to support the Ukraine and Russian conflict include charities, petitions, videos and articles.

We must discuss matters of Ukraine,Russian conflict with students

Alix Glickman ’23, Web Features Editor March 27, 2022

  The topic of the Russia-Ukraine War is one that holds great importance. Not only is it immediately affecting both of these countries to an unfathomable extent, but it also impacts every individual...

The PG rated sequel Sing 2 takes on an adventurous plot that is appropriate and intriguing for all ages.

‘Sing 2’: engages, intrigues all ages

Alix Glickman '23, Social Media Manager February 16, 2022

“Sing 2,” the PG rated sequel to the original “Sing” movie from 2016, took on an unexpected plot that had the audience at the edge of their seat at all times. The main protagonist Buster Moon led...

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