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Student Assembly creates QR code to report issues

Student Assembly creates QR code to report issues

Eloise Ahl '21, Staff Writer

February 25, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

The Staples Student Assembly recently put up posters, each with QR codes that link to a Google Form for students to report issues including vandalism, leaks and other problems in school restrooms. These posters went up Jan. 28. The forms were developed by Student Assembly and the administration as a w...

Innocent or Vandalism: How should we treat the hallways of Staples?

Innocent or Vandalism:  How should we treat the hallways of Staples?

October 3, 2017


Filed under Opinions

By Jacob Trock '20 While walking up the ramp to the cafeteria, in plain sight, is a poster about pickleball classes. But upon looking closer, you can make out the face that makes this pickle special. Based off of a joke from the tv show Rick and Morty, this pickle has garnered much positive attention...

Vandalism, mailbox theft strikes Westport

Vandalism, mailbox theft strikes Westport

June 6, 2017


Filed under News

The Westport Police Department (WPD) has received over 20 complaints regarding vandalized or stolen mailboxes since May 12. “The thefts and vandalisms have occurred during the overnight hours” and “these mailboxes cost between $100 and $450 to replace,” according to the WPD. The U.S. Postal Ins...

Vandalism in the girls bathrooms provokes mixed reactions

Vandalism in the girls bathrooms provokes mixed reactions

Francesca Truitt, A&E Editor

January 11, 2016


Filed under Arts

In terms of aesthetics, Staples is a beautiful school -- a brick building, wide halls, blue and beige lockers -- so, it’s odd to think of Staples as having grafitti hidden inside the bathroom stalls. But in the girls bathrooms, most stalls serve as canvases for inspirational messages, as well as drawings, written...

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