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The Netflix Dilemma

The Netflix Dilemma

June 14, 2017

By Kevin Ludy '19 As you sit glued to the screen with every technicolor scene drawing you in, time passes by in the blink of an eye. With season one completed, horror strikes as you realize that Netflix is missing the next season of your show. This situation, although slightly dramatized, has...

Feminism board should not be heavily censored

Feminism board should not be heavily censored

April 23, 2017

Melanie Lust ’19 The board placed outside the cafeteria on Monday inflamed an already controversial discussion about feminism in our school. The majority of the post-it notes completing "Feminism is..." said things like "empowering," or "equality for everyone." Others, however, said "unnecessary," "terr...

It’s called neutralizing: The way to making gender equality happen

It's called neutralizing: The way to making gender equality happen

April 3, 2017

By Shaina Selvaraju '17 We talk about significant figures in history, and then we talk about significant women in history. In reality though, the first list should actually be called significant men in history because women cannot be found on it. For some reason, just for being a woman, our type of s...

Local homes illuminated for holiday season

20 Gault Park Drive

December 21, 2016

By. Molly Mahoney '18 In the midst of the holiday season, locals stuck to tradition by illuminating their homes with bright lights and other festive, often glowing decorations. Some stick to a string or two of white LED lights, while others’ houses seem to bring light to entire neighborhoods. After...

[Nov. 2016 Opinions] Checks and balances prevent Trump from real change *satire

November 22, 2016

By Fritz Schemel '17   It’s one week into the presidency of Donald Trump, and already, everything has changed... almost. Although many originally thought Trump would appoint a highly conservative judge to the Supreme Court at the start of his term, he instead declared the entire judicia...

On the November editorial–a dissenting opinion

On the November editorial--a dissenting opinion

November 22, 2016

By Jackie Sussman '17 and Melanie Lust '19   We respect the majority opinion of Inklings.   Being a bystander is indecent. That is indisputable. What creates a bystander is failing to report something wrong; but determining what is wrong can often be subjective.   It is important for Inkli...

[Oct. 2016 Opinions] How to avoid stress while applying to college

November 22, 2016

By Becca Rawiszer '17   Dear stressed out seniors, All of you have probably had a college-induced panic attack once in your high school career. We’ve all been there. We’ve all crammed for that ACT or SAT and tried to maintain a seemingly unattainable GPA.  A year from now, however, ...

Unopinionated is the new opinion

Unopinionated is the new opinion

Alex Spadacenta

October 29, 2016

By: Alex Spadacenta '17 I’ve never felt the need to express my political opinions. I’ve never officially decided which party I stand with, nor what candidate I support. So when I found a sticker on my car that said, “Save Freedom Stop Hillary,” I felt like someone was trying to to implement their views on me and tell me what candidate to like. What was this person trying to get out of putting the sti...

Why VOSS is so not BOSS

Why VOSS is so not BOSS

Sophia Hampton, News Editor

March 25, 2015

It seems the Staples’ cafeteria has just caught on to the fact that students will pay anything to look cool. As of yesterday, the cafeteria introduced VOSS Water so that students who feel Dasani and Smart Water are just too, well, common, can pay 25 to 50 cents more and get water with a superiority...

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