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Across the school, there are seven Stop the Bleed kits placed within first aid boxes.

M.O.S.S. enters Connecticut, planting roots in Staples High School

Elsa D’Elia ’25, Staff Writer April 10, 2024

M.O.S.S.: “Making Our Schools Safe.” This slogan aligns with the ideals and priorities of students nationwide. As of this year, it’s echoing through the Staples halls with seven new “Stop the Bleed”...

A gaggle of insects (Left to right Cameron Mann ’24, Josy Pitaro ’24, Finley Chevrier ’24, Samantha Edwards ’24, Matthew Bukzin ’24)  facing James (Beck Fipp ’27) during rehearsal.

James and the Giant Peach makes its debut at Staples

Elsa D'Elia '25, Staff Writer March 7, 2024

Almost every member of the Staples community should be familiar with the feeling of waiting in anticipation in the dim auditorium, playbook in hand, waiting for the start of another notorious Staples Players...

Signs are now on the inside and outside of every door that allows entrance and exit to the Staples building.

Student Council launches slogan ‘Don’t be a Pain, Go Through the Main’

Elsa D’Elia ’25, Staff Writer February 29, 2024

The Student Council introduced their new slogan, “Don't be a Pain, Go Through the Main,” aiming to encourage students to use only the main entrance for entering and exiting the premises. This initiative...

Up Next works out plans regarding their future. (Contributed by Madeline Tucker ’25)

Fairfield’s Up Next Teens celebrates 3 years, with more to come

Elsa D’Elia ’25, Staff Writer February 15, 2024

Up Next Teens, an organization dedicated to promoting activism and entrepreneurialism within its community, has just hit its three year anniversary. Entirely student run, it's an example of what a student...

The now empty and signless Saugatuck Sweets building, having closed December 17th after years of quiet struggle.

Saugatuck Sweets closes after 11 years in Westport

Elsa D’Elia ’25, Staff Writer December 22, 2023

After roughly 11 years of service in Westport, Saugatuck Sweets’s Westport location has closed, effective Dec. 17.     Saugatuck Sweets has been a prominent part of the Westport community for...

Rock of Hope sponsors locals struggling with food insecurity in Westport, and it was organized by Voices Café in a partnership with School of Rock (contributed by Voices Cafés Facebook page).

Westport youth’s Rock for Hope at Voices Café unites community

Zara Saliba ’26 and Elsa D’Elia ’25 December 13, 2023

A rush of excitement fills Unitarian Universalist Congregation, a Westport group dedicated to social justice and community, as the School of Rock gears up for another song. Members of the audience slowly...

Authors Neil Gaiman and Stephan Graham Jones discuss Gaiman’s work in front of an eager crowd.

Neil Gaiman speaks about his life in writing at Storyfest 2023’s opening night

Elsa D’Elia ’25, Staff Writer November 11, 2023

Neil Gaiman, winner of roughly eighty various literary awards, is a household name whether people realize it or not. He is the author of “Coraline,” “Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies...

Kayla Damiano ’25 logs into Scoir.

From Naviance to Scoir: Staples Adopts a New, Smoother Website for Student College Admission Process.

Elsa D’Elia ’25, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

Staples juniors and seniors have spent years relying on the program Naviance for all their college-related needs. Naviance was believed to have all it could offer to students searching for their perfect...

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