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As the class of ’21 graduates, many students are making college admissions decisions. Staples students have gotten into universities across the nation, among those, Ivy league and top-tier universities.

Seniors reflect on college process, offer advice

Tierney Kugel ’22, Breaking News Manager May 17, 2021

As colleges issue their letters of acceptance and rejection to the high school class of ’21, many seniors are seeing their hard work pay off. Staples students are committing to universities across the...

The Staples field, which often plays host to football games, will be the venue of a much different event this year: the class of 2021’s graduation.

Graduation to take place on the football field

Finnegan Courtney ’23, Paper News Editor May 11, 2021

For the first time in almost 30 years, Staples will be holding its graduation ceremony for the class of 2021 outside on the football field rather than indoors, with the event taking place on Thursday,...

Has administration been successful planning year end senior events?

Through discussions with students, Emma Dantas ’21 and Carly Kaplowitz ’21 examine whether or not the administration has effectively adapted senior's end of year events during the pandemic.
Drugstores such as Walgreens and CVS offer vaccinations, now open to people from the age of 16.

Vaccination of teenagers fosters enthusiasm in students

Isabella Rivel ’24, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

Those ages 16 and older were eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 1. Many teenagers are eager for this opportunity for their lives to regain some normality.  So far, Connecticut...

Since senior year was cut short for the class of 2020,we wanted to see what their favorite memories of the year were and what they will be missing out on the most with the year being cut short.

Senior Year Reflections

Ella Bloomingdale '20, Staff Writer May 22, 2020

 

How seniors are celebrating graduation during the coronavirus pandemic

Reilly Caldwell '20, Staff Writer May 17, 2020

https://anchor.fm/reilly-caldwell2/episodes/How-seniors-are-celebrating-graduation-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic-by-Reilly-Caldwell-20-ee4pcp

Having seniors graduate at their normal time brings up many health concerns and would require all of the families and faculty to wear masks.

Questions arise with graduation season approaching

Tori Wilson ’22 and Shira Zeiberg ’22, Staff Writer and Assistant Business Manager May 14, 2020

https://anchor.fm/tori-wilson5/episodes/Graduating-class-of-2020-edajok

Virtual graduation leaves students heartbroken

Charlotte Smith '21, Social Media Director May 11, 2020

  Due to the effects of COVID-19 on the United States, many high schools and colleges have started to consider having a “virtual graduation” for the class of 2020 instead of an in-person...

Staying at home proves more difficult than it initially seemed, even for introverts.

Coming to terms with life under lockdown

Abby Fleming '20, Opinions Editor April 20, 2020

When Westporters found out it would be necessary to social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19, I wasn’t worried. I have introverted tendencies and I like to think I’m an expert when it comes...

The Staples senior class reminisce with these nontraditional superlatives

Unconventional superlatives engage senior class

Bri Zeiberg ’19 April 2, 2019

It has become a tradition for most high school yearbooks to have a section of superlatives that highlight a variety of students in the 12th grade. Traditional superlatives consist of most likely to succeed...

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