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National Honor Society inducts a new class

National Honor Society inducts a new class

Adam Kaplan, Editor-in-Chief

June 8, 2015

On Tuesday, June 2 the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 66 new members for the class of 2016. The NHS is a club who inducts their members based on excellence in scholarship, leadership, service and character. Every year, the club is expected to run community service projects. The 66 students w...

Suffering from Standardized Testing

There are over 20 standardized testing prep books in my household alone.

Kacey Hertan, Business Manager

May 26, 2015

Heading into the last quarter of junior year, I was feeling pretty relieved. I kept thinking to myself “I’m almost done!” The year notorious for perpetual stress is almost done, but boy was I wrong to relax. It’s not junior year that should be feared, it’s fourth quarter of junior year....

Players learn puppeteering from the pros

Will Haskell ’14, playing the character Princeton in the Staples’ production, practices his puppeteering with professional puppeteers Pam Arciero and Rick Lyon.

Kacey Hertan, Assistant Business Manager

February 28, 2014

In the past 55 years of Staples Players productions, Staples students have transformed into characters onstage, but no one has seen a transformation quite like this. With vibrantly colored skin, gigantic eyes, perfectly round noses, and some wacky hairdos, the Staples Players will appear not only as...

Orphenians concert creates community

Orphenians members Thomas Bonner ‘14 and Ian Goodman ‘15 sing amidst the Norwalk Community College Choir.

Kacey Hertan, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013

The Orphenians had a unique opportunity last weekend (Oct. 19) to perform with the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra during the Mahler One concert, the symphony’s first concert of the season. Jonathan Yates, music director and conductor of the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra, ran the concert. Yates led the au...

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