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Junior picnic proves short, sweet end to chaotic year

Junior picnic proves short, sweet end to chaotic year

Giselle Oldani ’22, Web Managing Editor June 15, 2021

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Watermelon salad stands out among summer snacks

Ella Stoler ’22 Photostory Editor, Shira Zeiberg ’22 Outreach Manager June 10, 2021

Guide to Conquer Summer 2021

Guide to conquer summer 2021

Julia Leitner ’23, Web Sports Editor June 9, 2021

https://spark.adobe.com/page/rbScFNoa0P4sV/

Gilbertie’s Herb and Garden Center contains several different greenhouses, all overflowing with a wide variety of greenery.

Gilbertie’s proves valuable in Westport community

Kristina Chaney ’23, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

Gilbertie’s Herb and Garden Center is filled with people looking through the wide array of greenery to plant for the summer season. Those who visit Gilberties, the majority being Westport residents,...

Connecticut sleepaway camps are being allowed this summer, but they will be structured differently in the interest of COVID-19 safety.

Summer camps set to reopen in Connecticut

Kristina Chaney ’23, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

Connecticut’s Office of Early Childhood has decided to authorize sleepaway camps to operate this summer in accordance with the CDC’s April 24 guidelines, allowing for sleepaway camps to be run for...

Students reflect on summer hobbies

Logan Gornbein ’21 October 22, 2020

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Linnea Jagenberg ’21 and her sister, Bella Jagenberg ’19, launched their own clothing company, Ava & Gray, in efforts to make a line of affordable and unique graphics that reflected their personal styles. The sisters lauched the business during quarantine and have been working on it ever since.

Students adapt to a COVID summer

Remy Teltser '21, Managing Editor September 8, 2020

For most, summer consisted of socially distant trips to Compo beach, masked excursions to local shops and small outdoor get-togethers. Students nationwide were forced to cancel previously established summer...

Sleepaway camps are unsure of what their summer will look like.

Summer at sleepaway camps currently remains in jeopardy

Brooke Dembin '22 and Charley Guthartz '22, Business Manager and Sports Editor May 15, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5oX-9u9E-A&t=3s

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