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Implementing B and C-level courses in departments that do not have them would allow struggling students to learn and absorb more information from school and achieve better grades, without having to stumble their way through semesters.

Lack of lower-level courses perpetuate competitive community, student struggle

Morgan Han-Lemus ’23, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

Requirements for Staples courses are constantly being updated; however, correct course leveling is something that Staples has been struggling with for years. The majority of math classes offer down to...

The exact borders of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is continuing to be reassessed from a variety of perspectives, with some officials and CIAC executives acknowledging the ambiguity of the term “sex” in Title IX. Others protest that transgender women do not belong in women’s sports because it violates the Amendment.

Connecticut lawsuit regarding rights of transgender high school athletes dismissed

Morgan Han-Lemus ’23, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

U.S. District Court Judge Robert Chatigny dismissed a case that attempted to prevent transgender athletes from competing in girls high school sports in Connecticut on April 25.  The case was made in...

Studios, said. “It’s been a once-in-a-lifetime experience collaborating on his first-ever comic book series.”

Netflix adaptations of the ‘Brzrkr’ book series excites fans

Morgan Han-Lemus, Staff Writer March 30, 2021

The popular 12-issue graphic novel series, “Brzrkr,” was announced on March 22 to have an upcoming live-action film adaptation and spin off anime series to be produced for Netflix. “Exciting news!...

Students review courses at Staples

Morgan Han-Lemus '23, Staff writer March 1, 2021

When making Torrejas, be sure to remove the ends of the bread so that the slices are flat on each side.

Salvadoran Torrejas sweetens moods

Morgan Han-Lemus '23, Staff writer February 12, 2021


Teachers navigate COVID-19 affects within classrooms

Morgan Han-Lemus ‘23 January 26, 2021

The ability of many schools to trace back a person’s contacts once they have tested positive for COVID-19 have proven to be effective and successful in stopping the virus’ spread.

Leave schools off COVID-19 hotspots list

Morgan Han-Lemus '23, Staff writer December 15, 2020

Cafes, restaurants, gyms, hotels and more have been classified as superspreader locations for COVID-19; however, schools have noticeably been left off of that growing list, and for good reason. Despite...

Netflix’s original content has been nominated for more than 430 awards and have won 72 of them.

Netflix, other streaming services thrive during COVID-19

Morgan Han-Lemus ’23, Staff Writer December 6, 2020

Streaming services have been thriving amidst COVID-19, and the rise in their original content has come with various accomplishments as well as growing pains.  The largest of these services, Netflix,...

Leaving the wedges to sit in cold water for fifteen minutes helps to remove the excess starch from the yuca.

Yuca fries delight taste buds

Morgan Han-Lemus '23, Staff writer December 1, 2020

“Westport Rocks” has an official Instagram, Facebook and website regularly updated with photos of the painted rocks found around town.

“Westport Rocks” unifies local community spirit

Morgan Han-Lemus '23, Staff writer October 30, 2020

Amid the troublesome times of the coronavirus, a local organization shines a ray of positivity onto the town with its inspirational project.  Founded by Jen Greely and Lindsay Weiner, “Westport Rocks”...

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