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Staples recognizes Vets on Veteran’s Day

Staples recognizes Vets on Veteran’s Day

Phoebe Mendelson '17, Staff Writer

November 12, 2016

By Phoebe Mendelson '17 On the 11th day of the 11th month, Veteran’s Day is celebrated. Originally known as Armistice Day, which was to celebrate the end of World War 1, is now celebrated annually in commemoration of the veteran’s of our country. Within the Staples High School community there ...

World Briefs

World Briefs

Caroline O'Kane, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

A lot has changed since 1999. Chalkboards are now smartboards and textbooks are websites on tablets. But, A.P. Assassination remains.  Not only that, but its popularity amongst students has grown from just 35 student participants in 1999 to over 130 participants in 2016, despite concerns of its appropriateness. P....

World briefs

Brandan Massoud, Staff Writer

March 10, 2015

Russia Boris Nemtsov, a Russian political opposition leader, was shot and killed on Saturday, Feb. 28 in Moscow, Russia. The assassination led to a demonstration of upwards of 70,000 people in central Moscow on Feb. 29 in support of Nemtsov. Protesters were heard yelling the phrase “I am not afra...

The forgotten crisis known as ISIS

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Caroline Lane, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015

On the same day that the infamous black and blue, or possibly gold and white, dress mystified people around the globe, ISIS ruthlessly destroyed an entire museum full of precious ancient artifacts that had been collected over centuries. Yet the dress is what went viral. Articles from CNN, The ...

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