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Acne, although common, is not talked about often enough and the struggles that having acne can cause need to be further understood.

Acne shouldn’t be taken at face-value, when issues can lie beyond the skin

Charlotte Gurley ’23, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

It sticks out on my face. It’s one of the first things I obsess over when I look in the bathroom mirror each morning. Even with my mask up, I’m still embarrassed and in shame over what lies beneath....

The Oscars lookbook: glitz, glam, and gorgeous gowns

The Oscars lookbook: glitz, glam, and gorgeous gowns

Charlotte Gurley ’23, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

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Despite the amount of courage and strength Westport had during the pandemic's worst moments, it was privilege that helped us push through

Privilege, above all else, is what got Westport through the pandemic

Charlotte Gurley ’23, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

It would be ignorant to say that Westport hasn’t experienced all-time lows due to the pandemic, but because of how fortunate the town is, we’ve gotten out of the most despairing and glum obstacles...

As COVID-19 is nearing it’s 1-year anniversary, vaccination is already being put in place for those working in medical settings

Vaccine brings hope to essential workers

Charlotte Gurley ’23 January 27, 2021

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While many families celebrated thanksgiving differently than they normally do this year, many still stuck with their favorite fall side dishes for Thanksgiving dinner.

Despite COVID-19, Thanksgiving remains a memorable holiday

Charlotte Gurley '23, Staff Writer December 4, 2020

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate community and unity. It’s a time to gather with friends and relatives around a beautifully-decorated dinner table, full of plates loaded with turkey, gravy, mashed...

The day of Amy’s hearing sparked concern amongst Americans, as many were upset over the close-minded opinions she held.

Barrett may change future of legalized abortions in America for the worse

Charlotte Gurley '23, Staff Writer November 4, 2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing seems as if it was years ago, as if it were swept under the rug, when, in fact, it only happened in September. I remember the day after her passing...

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