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Staples alum Megan Laney speaks about her experience studying abroad at the University of Aleppo in early 2011 alongside a presentation of the photos she took while there.

Change for change: Staples students present and fundraise for the Syrian Refugee Crisis

January 26, 2017

By Alice Hickson '17 and Becky Hoving '17   Social Studies teacher Cathy Schager’s two Contemporary World Studies courses are fundraising for Syria, as well as presenting a documentary and...

Conflict Media Coverage Bias Misinforms Public

Conflict Media Coverage Bias Misinforms Public

Talia Hendel, Web Managing Editor October 30, 2015

The brutal acts of violence between the Palestinians and the Israelis are nothing new. However, the conflict has escalated to an extremely frightening level in recent months. It’s not just that the Palestinians...

Counties postponed, provokes conflict among students

Counties postponed, provokes conflict among students

Izzy Ullmann, Opinions Editor January 24, 2015

On Friday, Jan. 23, the Counties Anniversary Charity Ball was postponed to Saturday, Feb. 7, due to the “very dangerous, snowy and icy conditions,” the assembly was anticipating. “I’m pretty...

Staples students witness the Israeli-Palestine conflict first-hand

Staples students witness the Israeli-Palestine conflict first-hand

Jane Levy, Features Editor August 25, 2014

While Baxter Stein ’14 originally traveled to Israel to immerse himself in its ancient history, for the past eight weeks, he also watched history unfold right before his eyes. After World War II,...

Culture Without Conflict

December 13, 2010

Image via Wikipedia Judaism and I have a strange relationship. If we see each other at a party, he’ll buy me a drink, but somehow I’ll lose his number. And next month I’ll see him again, and I’ll...

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