Inklings News

ISIS manifesto on women’s rights sparks outrage

Rachel Treisman, Web Features Editor

March 9, 2015

If I lived in a territory controlled by ISIS, I would be married by now. Let me back up. At the end of January, the all-female Al-Khanssaa Brigade began circulating a document called “Women in the Islamic State: Manifesto and Case Study.” It was translated into English by the counter-extremism...

Some Students Create Group Halloween Costumes

Some Students Create Group Halloween Costumes

October 22, 2010

Dana Rappaport ’11 Web Managing Editor On Oct. 31 many will stray from their usual jean-sweatshirt garb into attire closely resembling Cleopatra or Elvis. Many students may stray from individual cosumes and participate in a group or couple costume with their friends. “I do group costumes because it makes [Halloween] more fun to be something with your friends,” Ke...

Widespread Power Outages Close School for Three Days and Extend School Year

A worker stands atop of a tree that had its limbs tangled in electrical wires at 34 Burr Farms Rd.  | Photo by Lucas Hammerman '10

March 27, 2010

The nor’easter that hit the Connecticut area beginning Saturday night combined 60 mph winds with torrential rain, leading to one death and causing school to close for three days and two-thirds of the town to lose power, as well as replacing the April 1 staff development day with a school day. In addition, th...

Power With Finesse

Joseyn Henry completes the long jump. | Photo by Madeline Hardy '11

March 26, 2010

Madeline Hardy '11 Photo Editor Joselyn Henry ’10 is extremely driven and successful in everything she does. On the Staples Track team she continues to push herself to do better causing the record in shot put and long jump to get harder and harder to break. She continues to progress throughout the spor...

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