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The massive outcry against “cancel culture” provides us with an opportunity for introspection. It is a reminder to identify our own values and goals and to understand that they are bigger than fleeting public interest.

“Cancel culture” is not the punishment everyone thinks it is

Mimi Casey '22, Paper Opinions Editor March 2, 2022

The list of supposedly “canceled” figures is extensive and diverse. Real people; fictional characters, companies and corporations, even ideologies––including “cancel culture” itself in a paradoxical...

Specific statistics about undiscussed mental illnesses are not always made well-known to the public, and stigmas about such less-known mental illnesses are rampant among the Staples community.

Truths about mental health jarring, education of issues needed

Phoebe Miller ’23, Associate Managing Editor October 25, 2021

In 10th grade, like many students, I struggled with my mental health. The stress of COVID, pressures of being a high school student and the country’s political environment were constantly crowding my...

Celebrity Robbed of Reputation

October 19, 2016

By: Molly Mahoney '18 In Paris’ No Address Hotel on October 2, two robbers, obscured by ski masks and 3:00 am darkness, held Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint before stealing the celebrity’s jewelry....

Make Feminism Your Own

Kate Lewis, Staff Writer May 31, 2016

33 Students Inducted into Five World Language National Honor Society Chapters at Staples High School

April 11, 2011
On Mar. 29, 30 students were inducted into language honor societies.

Staples gives back beyond American borders

December 3, 2010
Of the many programs at Staples that allow us to give back, these go far beyond our community. Read on to find out more!

Is Staples Safe for All Sexualities?

November 12, 2010
DJ Sixsmith '11 looks into the treatment of gay students are Staples

Registration Without Taxation

September 14, 2010
The Inklings Editorial team talks about the benefits of the Westport Public Schools.
LITTLE MANUFACTURERS: Honey is nectar that bees have to constantly regurgitate and dehydrate in order to produce a potent source of nutrients | Photo by Sammy Warshaw 12.

Charles Stanley Shows a Buzzing Interest

April 16, 2010
Charles Stanley is outside bright and early connecting honey and necessary nutrients as soon as spring time comes along due to his fascination with bees.
English teacher Anne Fernandez, pictured above with her book Carjacked, co-wrote the book, an anthropological look at American culture with her sister Catherine Lutz. |Meghan Prior 11

Fernandez Balances Teaching, Writing Book On Role of Automobile in American Society

January 29, 2010
Fernandez has fulfilled her highly anticipated goal of the publication of her book “Carjacked” which hit the shelves on Tuesday, January 5, 2010.
Cover of Makers

A Novel of Change, the Art of Engineering, and Social Entrepreneurship

January 15, 2010
Haris Durrani '11 reviews the new science fiction book 'Makers' by Cory Doctorow
Cans for Candlelight Food Drive Returns to Staples for Sixth Year

Cans for Candlelight Food Drive Returns to Staples for Sixth Year

December 14, 2009
Staples will not only be filled with the beautiful sounds of it’s music groups on Dec. 18th and 19th, but the hallways will also be filled with boxes of non-perishable goods donated by students and audience members to the annual Cans for Candlelight food drive.
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