Inklings News

Tie Dye Brightens the day

During quarentine, tie dying clothes is a fun and effective way to channel your inter stylist and create cool new clothes.

Kylie Cohen '20, staff writer

May 12, 2020

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Homemade cookies help pass the time

Homemade cookies help pass the time

Kylie Cohen '20, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

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Making midterm studying efficient and enjoyable

Making midterm studying efficient and enjoyable

Amanda Rowan '22, Staff Writer

January 14, 2020

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Longshore ice rink attracts skaters of all skill levels

People watch as the zamboni at Longshore Ice Rink resurfaces the ice, preparing for a packed rink on Sunday afternoon.

Karina Murray '22, Staff Writer

January 14, 2020

Staples welcomes the winter season

Staples celebrates winter with festive decorations outside the Staples auditorium.

Margot Stack '22 and Brooke Dembin '22

January 2, 2020

Westport Historical Society’s festivities haunt, but also educate

A horse carriage arrives at the Westport Historical Society for the Family Creep Fest, which offers families hayrides throughout downtown. Photo by Anastasia Thumser '22.

Anastasia Thumser ’22, Web Opinions Editor

October 10, 2019

Ghoulish games, petrifying pumpkins and horrifying hayrides are just a few of the activities at the Family Creep Fest, which occurred on Oct. 5. With Halloween quickly approaching, the Westport Historical Society (WHS) ensures its festivities are kicked off with a proper sense of fear and fun, while ...

Silverman’s returns for another year of fall festivities

Silverman’s returns for another year of fall festivities

September 20, 2018

By Kevin Ludy '19 and Lauren Wasserman '19

Governor’s Ball music festival takes over Randall’s Island

Governor’s Ball music festival takes over Randall’s Island

June 15, 2018

By Chelsea Fox ’19  and Amanda Kaplowitz ’19  

[Sept. 2016 Sports] Fantasy football invokes intense competition among students

October 11, 2016

By Daniel Harizman ’19  & Jesse Levinson ’17 Web Opinions Editor Not long into class, he gives up trying to prevent his head from falling into the soft cushion of his forearm. Motionless, he lies sprawled on his desk; his textbook, practically glued shut, sits beneath him. Friends try to...

Facing Senioritis

Facing Senioritis

Alix Sommers, Staff Writer

April 14, 2016

It’s 7:30 and the line of cars on North Ave. continues the length of several football fields in both directions. It’s not underclassman, nor teachers or administration driving to school; it is in fact seniors who hit the snooze button on their alarms five times and decided to check their Instagram feed before making i...

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