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The Staples yearbook lives on the website, giving students access to the past. The yearbook includes photos of sports teams, clubs, teachers and students. The Inklings staff smiles for the camera in their Yearbook photo.

A blast from the past: Yearbooks depict Staples changes since 1935

Addison Coughlin ’25, Paper Opinions Editor February 2, 2023

When you’re looking at a shiny, new yearbook, flipping through the crisp pages and  skimming to see hundreds of photos of students and teachers, you probably wouldn’t expect to see a page dedicated...

Photos of young girls at a high school in Florida were edited to cover what was viewed as “revealing”

Objectifying girls’ bodies creates dangerous environments

Prasaus Yeager ’22, Staff Writer June 9, 2021

At a high school in Florida, female students’ yearbook photos were edited after being deemed “inappropriate.” The students reported that they felt that their bodies were being objectified since the...

Yearbook committee members and editors Leah Chapman ’22, Zoë Kaye ’22 and Srushti Karve ’23 all work in the library classrooms to deliver yearbooks

Yearbook surveys attempt to integrate opinions, many don’t contribute

Hannah Conn '23 and Prasaus Yeager '22 March 11, 2020

When yearbooks are sent out to the school, there is a rush of students looking to see if their picture is somewhere besides their class photo and what is featured in that year's book. The Yearbook Club,...

The Staples senior class reminisce with these nontraditional superlatives

Unconventional superlatives engage senior class

Bri Zeiberg ’19, Social Media Director April 2, 2019

It has become a tradition for most high school yearbooks to have a section of superlatives that highlight a variety of students in the 12th grade. Traditional superlatives consist of most likely to succeed...

Club Rush 2014

Club Rush 2014

Cooper Boardman, Sports Editor October 28, 2014

The Casual Pillar Lean

Senior portraits say “cheese(y)”

Rachel Treisman, Web Features Editor September 7, 2014

Since the beginning of the summer, members of the class of 2015 have been prepping and primping, some more eagerly than others, for their senior portraits -- the last hurrah of over a decade of yearbook...

CHRONICLING MEMORIES: Jen Abrams ’11, along with the rest of the yearbook staff around her, crafts pages in the yearbook. The staff meets after school every day to take photos and compile a year’s worth of information. | Photo by Lila Epstein 10

Memories Forever: Yearbook Staff Collaborates to Compile Year in Review

January 29, 2010
Lila Epstein '10 explains the yearbook process
Pippa Hazlewood 11 picks up her 2009 yearbook at the distribution table. Photo by Devin Skolnick 11

2009 Yearbook Released After Months of Hard Work

June 3, 2009
As the school year comes to a close, the yearbook, titled "Impressions," was released and is now being distributed.
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