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How to be creative during quarantine

Playing with your dogs is one of many ways to stay busy at home.

Evi Tarshis and Kylie Cohen, Staff Writers

May 18, 2020

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Longshore golf course opens with COVID-19 restrictions

Longshore golf course opens with COVID-19 restrictions

Graydon Narang '20, Staff Writer

May 18, 2020

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Students launch, grow small businesses during self-quarantine

From reselling clothes to bleaching sweatshirts, to creating jewelry to designing string art, some students have used the extra time during self-quarantine to establish their own small businesses. Photos contributed by Sydelle Bernstein ’22 (top), Skylar Newman ’23 (bottom) and Sydney Newman ’21.

Lys Goldman ’21, Paper Managing Editor

May 18, 2020

From tired, bored and disconnected to energetic, grateful and hopeful, months of self-quarantine resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have brought out an extremely wide range of feelings and emotions in students. For some students, however, one feeling stands out: productivity. In the past few months as students have been...

Quarantine impact by grade

A podcast created to provide clarity as to how different grades are being affected by the current quarantine conditions.

Madison Andrews ’20 and Marina Engler ’21, Staff Writers

May 16, 2020

Social media connects students in quarantine

These six apps -- Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok, Messages, and Facetime -- are some of the apps students use to communicate during quarantine.

Lily Caplan '22 and Lucy Zuckerman '22, Paper Sports Editor and Assistant Business Manager

May 16, 2020

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Quarter four grade weight reduction may demotivate frustrated students

Maya Hruskar '23, Paper Opinions Editor

May 15, 2020

Another hour spent in front of a computer screen. Lessons that feel like busy work. And above it all, a growing dissatisfaction for school. This quarantine has presented new and unique challenges to everyone, and the relationship between students and their schoolwork is no exception.  Without the fac...

Questions arise with graduation season approaching

Having seniors graduate at their normal time brings up many health concerns and would require all of the families and faculty to wear masks.

Tori Wilson ’22 and Shira Zeiberg ’22, Staff Writer and Assistant Business Manager

May 14, 2020

https://anchor.fm/tori-wilson5/episodes/Graduating-class-of-2020-edajok

Keep fit at home to stay healthy

Lauren Hassell '22, Web Arts Editor

May 14, 2020

Remaining inside for an extensive time period can pose a significant threat to maintaining one’s physical and mental health. Despite the obvious challenges like gym and health club closings, staying at home provides opportunities to the resourceful for staying active.  Some Staples students ...

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