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Reusable water bottles ‘pour’ back into Staples, but not for everyone

Reusable water bottles ‘pour’ back into Staples, but not for everyone

Nicole Shapiro, Staff Writer

January 8, 2016

Staples students could have always gotten the plastic water bottles in the cafeteria, but now students are ditching the over-priced water and helping the environment by bringing their own reusable water bottles to school and refilling them throughout the day. Students have been using many different brands of reusable water bottles s...

AP Environmental Course Goes Green

As part of the AP Environmental project, students must carry around their garbage for one week in a plastic bag. | Photo by Kate Mcnee

April 16, 2010

For one week, every AP Environmental student carried two bags around the school: one with their usual school supplies, and one with nothing else but garbage. During the week of March 8, AP Environmental students, as part of a project that the class has carried on for the past three consecutive years, w...

Captain Moore Speaks About Ocean Pollution, The Garbage Patch

On Monday, Jan. 11, Captain Moore spoke at Staples High School about the Eastern Garbage Patch, a current environmental problem.

January 13, 2010

Farrel Levenson ‘11 Opinions Editor On Monday, Jan. 11, Captain Charles Moore of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation spoke at Staples High School to educate attendees about an environmental problem humanity has caused- the Eastern Garbage Patch. Moore, who has spoken on the Colbert report about this issue, essentially discovered a huge pat...

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