Inklings News

McGillion-Moore continues to succeed, finding passion in an uncommon sport

Katie McGillion-Moore ’22 competes in the European championships in Foggia, Italy.

Lyah Muktavaram '22, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

When people think of sports fencing is often the last sport that comes to mind. However, for the last five years, Katie McGillion-Moore ’22 has embraced fencing as a significant part of her life.  “I began fencing at the age of 10 [as it was] originally a bonding experience between my brother a...

Siblings form strong bonds through playing the same sports

Siblings form strong bonds through playing the same sports

April 3, 2017

By: Alexandra Sprouls ’19 and Hannah Bolandian ’19 Strong bonds of friendship that can last a lifetime are often made through the competitive atmosphere of sports. For siblings, their existing bond often grows stronger when competing in the same sport, and stronger yet when playing on the same...

Siblings sniffle with Senioritis

Siblings sniffle with Senioritis

Kacey Hertan, Business Manager

March 22, 2015

Many feel lucky that we are stepping out of the flu season at this time of year, but we are stepping into prime-time for a much more serious disease: senioritis. Washing your hands won’t save you, even if you’re careful not to share drinks it can be passed, and worst of all there is no cure. It...

Siblings fight to death in the hanger games

Jessica Gross, A&E Editor

November 11, 2014

I have never gone downstairs in the morning before school and been stopped dead in my tracks by the sight of one of my younger brothers in my brand-new, never-been-worn, tag-still-on Urban sundress. However, I have gone downstairs before school and been stopped dead in my tracks by the sight of my...

The tale of becoming an only child

 The tale of becoming an only child

Caroline Lane, Staff Writer

September 5, 2014

Growing up my bedroom door was 10 feet from my sister, but that distance grew to 2,756,160 feet when she went to college in Virginia. Leaving me an only child, for the first time in my life. For 16 years we fought over clothes, rode the bus together to school and, ate dinner together almost every...

Dear Ella

Dear Ella

Sophie De Bruijn, Staff Writer

June 20, 2014

While it is surreal that today is my graduation day, what is even more astonishing to me is that next year you will be a freshman at Staples. In a couple of months, you’ll put on an outfit that you agonized over (not yet realizing the daunting fact that there will be 720 more outfits to plan before...

Hendel’s Sister

Hendel's Sister

Talia Hendel, Web Sports Editor

June 20, 2014

It started in Long Lots Elementary School, where in Sept. of 2003, I involuntarily received the nickname “Hendel’s Sister” by my second grade brother’s friends. From kindergarten to third grade, I grew accustomed to hearing “Hey, it’s Hendel’s sister, hi Hendel’s sister!” to which...

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