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Staples demonstrates variety of March Madness traditions

Staples demonstrates variety of March Madness traditions

Jake Navarro ’20 and Holden Cohen ’20

April 4, 2019

A New Season Calls for New Hair

A New Season Calls for New Hair

Ivy Prince ’17, Web A&E editor

September 28, 2016

By: Ivy Prince ’17 Web A&E editor Whether it be the football team’s annual mohawks, the girls soccer team’s cornrow braids, or the boys lacrosse bleached tips, every sport has its rituals. This year the boy’s soccer team wanted to do something different, and one student in particular decided to go all out. Ziggy Hallgarten ’17...

Giving thanks, but no Thanksgiving

Giving thanks, but no Thanksgiving

Alix Sommers, Assistant Business Manager

November 25, 2015

The warm aroma of a juicy turkey, baked pies and mashed potatoes fills the kitchen as family members carrying additional homemade goodies walk inside greeting each other with hugs. Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated in the United States during the third Thursday in November. It’s a d...

Hanukkah officially kicks off

Max Bibicoff, Staff Writer

December 23, 2014

The smell of sizzling potato latkes wafts from the frying pan throughout the house. Freshly lit candles illuminate the room, providing a warm glow. For many who celebrate Hanukkah, these sensory images are a reminder of their own holiday traditions. Hanukkah, which started on the night of December 16th this...

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