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An open letter to Wakeman: Saying a (not so) sorrowful goodbye

An open letter to Wakeman: Saying a (not so) sorrowful goodbye

June 7, 2018

By Layla Wofsy '19   Dear Wakeman, As my time spent parking at you has come to a close, I thought I would thank you for our time spent together. Since March 2017, I have woken up at 5:45...

You don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone

Justine Seligson, Staff Writer June 20, 2015

As I write this article, I am in the midst of my senior internship. It’s been awhile since I was rushing from class to class and actually taking notes. I find myself with very mixed feelings. I’m almost...

“F” is for friends who do stuff together

“F” is for friends who do stuff together

Will McDonald, Staff Writer June 20, 2014

Four years ago, a group of then-seniors came into my freshman health class to speak to us. While most of what they said went in one ear and out the other as I daydreamed at my desk, something that one...

Teachers sing praise for students

Jackie Cope, Features Editor June 20, 2014

On June 20, 2014, in matching cap and gown, Staples’ seniors will march solemnly to “Pomp and Circumstance,” shake hands with Principal Dodig, smile a wistful smile, and graduate from high...

“Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”

Rachel Labarre, Staff Writer June 20, 2014

I'm a firm believer in fate. But I’ve learned over the last four years that there isn’t only one road to get you there. My dad loves to tell the story of how he met my mom. How fate brought them...

The last time

The last time

Kelsey Shockey, Staff Writer May 16, 2014

As a senior, I feel like this year has gone by way too quickly and has basically slipped through my fingers. For the class of 2014, we have climbed so many mountains and at the same time, have had a tremendous...

Seniors say goodbye to Y-Drives

Seniors say goodbye to Y-Drives

Claudia Chen, Features Editor April 28, 2014

Many years ago, the polished stainless steel of refrigerators was a rare sight; numerous quizzes and art projects hid any shiny surface. Now, instead of refrigerators, students’ Y-Drives hold their...

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