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Nicholas Blanco ’25, Dylan Kurpiel ’25, Jack Srihari ’25 and substitute teacher Hannah Mata enjoy a game together after school on Fridays.

Cooperative video games club connects students through games

Ryan Hong ’23, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

When one imagines extracurricular activities, video games aren’t usually the first thing that comes to mind. However, video games are exactly the focus of Staples’ new cooperative video games club....

New Ukraine Support Club takes place at Staples where students can learn more about the current war against Russia and Ukraine as well as ways they can make a difference.

New Ukraine Support Club provides methods to take action

March 25, 2022

Due to the current Russian-Ukrainian War, many students have experienced a feeling of helplessness, as it is unclear what they can do to make a difference. As a result, Thomas Sargent ’22 and other student...

The pride coalition hosts many events including a celebration of Pride Club last year outside the cafeteria.

Pride Coalition prospers as it expands horizons in 2021

Karina Murray ’22, Associate Managing Editor January 6, 2022

Among the countless clubs that Staples has to offer, the Pride Coalition has remained a prominent safe space for all members or allies of the LGBTQ+ community who choose to participate. Though the club...

Staples JSA members are excited to arrive in Washington D.C. for their Winter Congress. They will be sightseeing as well as participating in a simulated Congress.

JSA members excited for Winter Congress

Abbie Goldstein '22, Paper Opinions Editor February 25, 2020

The national student-run organization Junior State of America (JSA) has a chapter at Staples High School, which allows students to engage in political debates, write bills for a mock congress, meet people...

The Girls Who Code club teaches high schoolers the increasingly important skill of coding, hoping to inspire a new generation of workers in computer science.

Girls Who Code club inspires new generation of computer scientists

Marina Engler '21, Staff Writer October 30, 2019

As the last bell rings and students file out of the front door eager to get home, a group of 20 girls race up to the third floor. They promptly open their laptops and get ready to learn a crucial skill:how...

The Horticulture classroom offers students countless resources to enhance their planting experience while learning in an engaging and unique environment.

Horticulture Club buds into Staples

Karina Murray '22, Staff Writer October 30, 2019

With the hallways bustling with countless clubs to sign up for during the week of the Involvement Fair, some students may have missed a very interesting new one: the Horticulture Club. The club is a low-pressure...

Created by Julia Kasabian 21.

Teens Against Cancer brings support, awareness to Staples

Julia Kasabian '21, Web Arts Editor October 14, 2019

According to the National Cancer Institute, 1.74 million people were diagnosed with cancer in 2018.  Annagrace Mcmanus ’21 has started a club at Staples called Teens Against Cancer to help those...

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