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Chartwells Considers Posting Calorie Counts in Cafe

March 12, 2010

Rachel Chernok '10 & Joy Eisenberg '10 A&E Editor and Sports Editor On the mornings that Steve Lamando ’10 doesn’t have time to eat breakfast at home, he’ll pick up a bacon, egg, and cheese from the cafeteria during his free. But of course the breakfast sandwich must be the kind ...

“Respect Our School” Campaign Ends Leaving Cafeteria Tables Spotless

“Respect Our School” Campaign Ends Leaving Cafeteria Tables Spotless

February 5, 2010

Lexi Preiser '10 Web Editor-in-Chief The Student Assembly’s five-day long “Respect Our School” campaign ended today, Feb. 5. The initiative aimed to combat the garbage problem that has plagued Staples’ cafeteria for years. Each day, the assistant principals and janitors spend hours cleaning up the mess that is always left in the cafeteria after third lunch...

Cafeteria’s Orange Recycling Bins Support School, Environmental Efforts

Cafeteria’s Orange Recycling Bins Support School, Environmental Efforts

February 3, 2010

Constance Chien '10 Features Editor   Students and teachers who visit the cafeteria may have noticed the presence of orange rectangular recycling containers. The containers are a result of collaboration between Chartwell’s, the school’s cafeteria food provider, and Coca-Cola, its most significant vendor, to provide inc...

Fresh Priorities for Frosh: Freshmen Manage First Year Pressures

Fresh Priorities for Frosh: Freshmen Manage First Year Pressures

January 29, 2010

Mike Nussbaum '11 Sports Editor When an English 1 Honors class was asked to describe their first semester of Staples in one word, mixed responses of “big”, “huge”, “fun”, “intense”, and “challenging” lit up the room. Halfway through their freshman year, the class of 2013 is mana...

Big Brother is Watching You Read! Man in Library Infringes on Students’ Personal Freedom

Big Brother is Watching You Read! Man in Library Infringes on Students’ Personal Freedom

November 25, 2009

Isaac Stein '12 Staff Writer Four tests in six hours. Somehow, I need to find solace in doing something completely unproductive for at least 15 minutes of my free period. It’s period seven, so the cafeteria is closed and I can’t find a sandwich to alleviate my problems. I, instead, look to the ...

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