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The mindset that 2021 will be a “clean slate” is jeopardizing our chance at preventing a repeat of the last 365 days. The new year is not time to be more lenient with our COVID-19 protocols, but an opportunity to remain diligent and make 2021 what we all want it to be.

New Year incites a dangerous mindset around COVID-19

Aidan Rogers '22, Paper Arts Editor January 24, 2021

2021 has brought us false hope. The first day of the year was looked at with much excitement and anticipation,  as if the moment the clock struck 12:00 our lunch dividers would be put down, our masks...

2017 Fashion Trends

2017 Fashion Trends

Ivy Prince, Web A&E Editor January 19, 2017

By Ivy Prince '17 2017 Fashion Video from Inklings News on Vimeo.

2016: A Recap

2016: A Recap

January 12, 2017

By: Alexa Moro '18 and Alex Reiner '18 2016 Recap INKS from Inklings News on Vimeo.

Celebrating the Jewish new year

Celebrating the Jewish new year

Kit Epstein, Staff Writer September 25, 2014

If you walk around Westport on Thursday Sept. 25, you might hear many people saying “l’shana tovah” during conversation, which is a way of wishing others "happy New Year" in Hebrew. This Thursday...

Discussing my thoughts on school

Discussing my thoughts on school

Alison Morrison, Staff Writer September 4, 2014

Going back to school is like deciding between indulging in that second serving of ice cream, or giving in to the healthy green salad. Summer is awesome and delicious (ice cream), but not fantastic for...

(From Left) David Levine, 11, and his little brother Ben, 8, discover what Alethea Jacob sees in her cards for their futures.

Westporters ring in the new year at First Night

Claudia Chen and Talia Hendel January 7, 2014

On Dec. 31, from 4 to 10 p.m., many children and families celebrated the start of the new year around Westport. Performances, activities and snacks were held at venues in downtown Westport and Saugatuck...

January 3, 2011 | Waking Up for the New Year

January 3, 2011

9:35 a.m. Jon Wormser '12 looks for a much-needed "pick me up" as he returns to school for the first day of the new year.

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