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Justin Biebers newest studio album “Changes” received over 135 million streams post its release. The album is available on all streaming platforms.

Justin Bieber revives his music career with new album “Changes”

Rebecca Kanfer ’21 March 14, 2020

Hit after hit, album after album, tour after tour has seemingly been Justin Bieber's music career for as long as any Gen-Z kid could remember. This non-stop lifestyle came to a halt in 2015, following...

The Staples High School daily schedule is made up of eight periods, and each period is assigned a number that coincides with a class on a student’s schedule. With this new change, students will not learn the number of their classes until the end of the summer.

Scheduling changes fall short

Lily Kane ’20 February 5, 2019

As summer approaches, students’ minds drift to the warmth of the sun and the salty air of the beach. But there is also another prominent topic on the minds of students as June draws closer: class schedules....

Staples community reacts to grading changes

Staples community reacts to grading changes

June 12, 2018

By Jack Dennison '21

PowerSchool accessible today

PowerSchool accessible today

September 15, 2017

By: Dana Perelberg '20 According to a Westport Education Association [WEA] email sent Sept. 13, PowerSchool should be up and running Friday afternoon, potentially ending a two week stretch where students...

Alterations to the schedule strikes Staples

Alterations to the schedule strikes Staples

May 25, 2017

By Lili Romann '19 Staples’ principal, James D’Amico, has approved a new scheduling system applicable for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years, implementing a system in which there is an ‘A,’...

Technology snatches students education

Technology snatches students’ education

Daniel Harizman and Jack Shapiro October 20, 2016

By: Daniel Harizman, Jack Shapiro '19 Students in Staples should have to make a sacrifice in giving up their phone in order to learn in a distraction free environment. Teachers have taken many actions...

Technology snatching students’ education

Technology snatching students’ education

September 30, 2016

By: Daniel Harizman and Jack Shapiro Students in Staples should have to make a sacrifice in giving up their phone in order to learn in a distraction free environment. Teachers have taken many actions...

Dodig graduates with class of 2015

Dodig graduates with class of 2015

Jimmy Ray Stagg, Web Creative Director June 19, 2015

When John Dodig came to Staples as the interim principal, he was expecting to stay for a year while a search for a long-term principal was conducted. That search was canceled and now, 11 years later, he...

Class of 2016 gets thrown an academic curveball

Class of 2016 gets thrown an academic curveball

Jack Zeldes, Staff Writer April 6, 2015

I was fine with being in the Class of 2016 when we had to take CAPT. I didn’t mind being in the Class of 2016 when we had to write our research papers sophomore year. I was even fine with being in the...

Things to change about the college process

Things to change about the college process

Larissa Lieberson, Director of Social Media March 19, 2015

A mere few months ago, I was a junior. I spent my days studying Naviance graphs, perusing US News & World Report, and stalking College Confidential. As I pressed the “Complete” button and sent...

Teachers React to SAT Changes

Teachers React to SAT Changes

Greta Bjornson, Features Editor March 14, 2014

The College Board announced changes to the SAT, which will go into effect in 2016, on Wed. March 5, citing a disconnect between school curriculum and the content of the exam. It will be split into three...

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