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Valedictorian plays to his strengths in and out of school

Valedictorian plays to his strengths in and out of school

Jimmy Ray Stagg, Web Creative Directors

June 19, 2015

Whether you know him as Sweeney Todd, the Valedictorian of the 2015 class or just the guy with the huge smile and Hawaiian shirts, everybody knows Everett Sussman ’15. But how well do you really know him? Nearly everyone knows that he has been an integral member of the Math Team since his freshman...

Staples baseball alum David Speer drafted by Indians

Staples baseball alum David Speer drafted by Indians

Jimmy Ray Stagg, Web Sports Editor

June 10, 2014

On Saturday, June 7, the life of Staples grad David Speer ’10 was changed forever. Speer was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 27th round of the amateur draft. “I was shocked to see my name go up there,” Speer said. “It took me a little while to believe it, but now I’m filled with...

Sophomores overwhelmed by academic developments

Sophomores overwhelmed by academic developments

Jimmy Ray Stagg, Web Sports Editor

May 30, 2014

Throughout high school, there’s a kind of stigma around complaints. The seniors reserve the right to refute any complaint, having “been there, done that.” Juniors can brush the comments off due to their struggles with APs, SATs and ACTs. Underclassmen have no rights of complaint, for fear of...

T’was the day before vacay

T’was the day before vacay

Jimmy Ray Stagg, Web Features Editor

December 20, 2013

Twas the day before vacay, when all through the school. Every student was stirring, expecting the yule. The pupils stood idle, awaiting the bell, In hopes that St. Dodig would joyfully knell.   The children were chatting about all of their plans, Envisioning beaches and working...

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