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Politics Spur Division within the Families of Staples’ Students

Politics Spur Division within the Families of Staples’ Students

December 1, 2016

By: Alex Reiner '18 and Alexa Moro '18 *Names changed in order for students to remain anonymous Many families argue about what they want for dinner or which sibling gets the last slice of pizza, but some Staples’ students face more extensive arguments. These Staples students live in a politically...

Trumping the logic of Trump’s critics

Trumping the logic of Trump’s critics

Alex Reiner

November 17, 2016

By: Alex Reiner '18 Many people around the world, but especially in our Westport community, were shocked to learn that Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America, despite all of the racist, xenophobic, and misogynistic remarks he made throughout his campaign. Like much of the ...

Staples 2016 election

Kit Epstein, Breaking News Editor

November 4, 2016

Kit Epstein '17

Connecticut works to strengthen cyber security

Connecticut works to strengthen cyber security

November 1, 2016

Anay Simunovic '18 As a result of an increased amount of computer hacking in the public and private sectors of the government,  Governor Daniel P. Malloy appointed Arthur H. House as the state’s first cybersecurity czar on October 12 2016. “Cyber security is going to be one of the biggest societal concerns of the comi...

Unopinionated is the new opinion

Unopinionated is the new opinion

Alex Spadacenta

October 29, 2016

By: Alex Spadacenta '17 I’ve never felt the need to express my political opinions. I’ve never officially decided which party I stand with, nor what candidate I support. So when I found a sticker on my car that said, “Save Freedom Stop Hillary,” I felt like someone was trying to to implement their views on me and tell me what candidate to like. What was this person trying to get out of putting the sti...

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