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By regularly following the news, teens are able to stay more informed with what is going on in the world. Today, teens can have access to the news even on their phones, where they are able to view news articles, broadcasts and more from a variety of different publications.

Why teens should make an effort to follow the news

Lily Hultgren '25, Paper Features Editor February 6, 2024

Before my junior year, I honestly never kept up with the news. I had only a vague idea about some current events, especially because they often aren't covered in our classes at school. While I was interested...

Graduation lands early this year. Seniors leave for internships in the second week of May at the conclusion of AP testing.

Earliest graduation announcement in Staples history sets graduation for June 13

Cameron Almonte ’23, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

March 13 marked the earliest official announcement for a graduation date in Staples history.  Usually, graduation is set after April break, but due to changes in state statutes, schools are now free to...

Emails from Superintendent should be sent to high school students as well as parents, teachers

Chloe Murray '22, Public Relations Director March 2, 2021

At 7:00 a.m, I quickly checked my phone, got tiredly out of bed, brushed my teeth with my eyes still half-closed, picked out my outfit and eaten breakfast. I was all dressed and ready for school at precisely...

Where the magic happens: The main office houses the Staples administrators and grade level assistants that make the rules of what happens at Staples.

The administration has yet to listen to students

Julia Kasabian ’21 February 12, 2019

In today’s world, being in the know is very important. However, in our school community, it’s getting progressively harder to know what’s going on. With issues including the likes of the midterm...

Running for Warriors: Geraghty to Run Fundraiser Marathon in Army Gear

June 9, 2011
English teacher Dan Geraghty will be running a 13.1 mile marathon in combat boots and 40 pounds of equipment to show his support for wounded soldiers and the nation.

Holiday Break: How Does It Affect Academics?

December 17, 2010
Holiday break comes right before midterms and disrupts the learning process for some.

Breaking News or Boring News?

December 9, 2010
Eric Essagof '12 expresses his disappointment in the information Wikileaks has been providing lately.

Loeffler Field Vandalized

November 18, 2010

Staples' Loeffler Field was vandalized at some time before school on Nov. 18 when an as yet unknown individual or group of individuals forced open a gate and drove a car over the field, destroying...

Dealing With Internet Predators

November 12, 2010
Advice from Westport Detective Serenti Dobson

Staples’ New Goal: Q&A with Principal John Dodig

October 22, 2010
Skolnick '11 covers a Q&A with Principal John Dodig on the new school goal.

The Outcome and Future of the Re-registration Process

October 15, 2010
The re-registration process was deemed a success, but due to the labor intensive nature of the process, it is undecided as to if it will happen again in future years.

Don’t Ask Me (Where I’m Applying)

October 1, 2010
Dana Rappaport '11 expresses her opinion on when people ask where she's applying for college.
Graphic by Connie Zhou 12

Solution to a Student’s Concerns- Snapgrades Provides Immediate Answers to a Student Grade Questions

September 14, 2010
Ross Gordon '11 explores the reasons that teachers should make the switch to
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