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‘The Circle’ falls short on delivering satirical warning about technology

‘The Circle’ falls short on delivering satirical warning about technology

May 12, 2017

Amelia Brown '18 James Ponsoldt’s “The Circle”  sounded great, with a relevant focus on technological privacy and an A-list cast including Emma Watson, Tom Hanks and Karen Gillan. The high hopes that I had built up, however, were quickly torn down as soon as Watson’s character, Mae Hollan...

Celebs inspire creative cuts

Photo dramatization by Fritz Schemel ’17

Claudia Chen, Features Editor

October 28, 2014

As toddlers, most little girls have donned short ’dos. Since then, their hair may have grown longer, been braided, had hair tinsel added or gone through the cycle of lather, rinse, repeat numerous times. Through it all, some Staples girls have recently gone back to their short-hair roots. The short...

Emma Watson sparks wave of feminism at Staples

Emma Watson sparks wave of feminism at Staples

Lulu Stracher, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014

In her recent speech at the United Nations on Sept. 27, Emma Watson called for men and women to come together and abolish gender inequality. Earlier this summer, fresh out of graduating from Brown University, Watson was named a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador. In her speech, Watson announced the formation...

Girls rule, but boys don’t drool

Girls rule, but boys don’t drool

Jane Levy, Features Editor

October 1, 2014

“I am not a feminist,” I said. I was completely sure of myself. Feminists hate men. Feminists are only women. Feminists are strong, aggressive, and vengeful. Right? So I thought. As my peers have called me bossy, whispered about how manly I was for playing softball and scoffed at my assertive...

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