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Students Reflect on Stan Lee’s Passing

Cara Grasso

Jordan Mendez, Reporter

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In the wake of Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee’s death on November 12, 2018, reporter Jordan Mendez asks students how his work impacted them.

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Cara Grasso, Multimedia Editor

Cara Grasso is a Multimedia Editor of the around Table and a senior at SHS. She is President of the Stamford High’s drama club, the Strawberry Hill Players...

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