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Public libraries should close due to coronavirus despite inconvenience caused

Public libraries should close due to coronavirus despite inconvenience caused

Chloe Murray '22, Staff Writer

March 23, 2020

Amidst the chaos of the coronavirus, Westport has closed all public facilities. Beaches, parks, stores, restaurants and libraries are all among the places that have been shut down. Obviously the closure of these facilities is not convenient for anyone, but people who rely on libraries for computers and the...

Lauren Tarshis inspires kids through historic graphic novels

Lauren Tarshis inspires kids through historic graphic novels

Lily Caplan '22, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

Most Staples’ students know the book series, “I Survived” by Lauren Tarshis ’81; little do they know she is a Westport native. Tarshis is the Senior Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of Scholastic Magazine. Her first series was “Emma Jean Lazarus, Fell Out of a Tree” and she then began th...

Students take advantage of Westport’s educational environments

Students take advantage of Westport’s educational environments

Molly Gold ’21 and Chelsea Strober ’21

January 16, 2020

Recording studio in library hopes to amplify experience for all

Recording studio in library hopes to amplify experience for all

Marina Engler '21, Staff Writer

January 14, 2020

Nestled in the newly constructed Westport Public Library, sits a recording studio named after one of Staples’s very own, Justin Paul. The Justin Nobel Paul recording studio gives people a space to record and produce beyond their imagination.  The recording studio is the newest addition to the library, and ...

Students speak up about library karaoke

Students speak up about library karaoke

Grace Livecchi '21, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

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Library spices up students’ days through weekly activities

Library spices up students’ days through weekly activities

Marlo von der Ahe '20 and Siri Kanter '20

October 14, 2019

Staples Library promotes ‘banned books’ in light of National Banned Book Week

Staples Library promotes ‘banned books’ in light of National Banned Book Week

September 27, 2018

Emily Stone '20 The Staples High School Library has been participating in the National Banned Books Week throughout this week. The library staff has promoted several banned books with large stickers between steps on the main staircase, such as “13 Reasons Why”, “Pride and Prejudice”, and ...

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