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That’s Old News: Part 2

That’s Old News: Part 2

Andrew Young, Staff Writer

November 10, 2014


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Nearly 40 years after the Civil Rights Movement, another integration process occurred that helped form a closer bond between two cultures that have rivaled since "the beginning of time." It was a cold morning in November of 1992 when 25 nervous, yet excited, Stamford High School students walked through...

The Name Game

The Name Game

Courtney Fahan, Staff Writer

October 14, 2014


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It is that time of year again: the time when you start noticing students changing their name on Facebook. This is a yearly tradition for many seniors around the country. Students choose creative names that tie in with their real name or relate to them in some way. It was started as a way to impede a...

It’s All About Size

It’s All About Size

Rebecca Rakowitz, Features Editor

October 8, 2014


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On Friday September 5, Assistant Principal Matt Forker said something that blew the minds of those attending the senior assembly. In a moment of administrative genius, he tried to give us an idea of just how large Stamford High is. With 2,000 kids and 500 staff members (a total of 2,500 people - I owe...

WHATEVER YOU DO, DON’T READ THIS ARTICLE ABOUT BREAKING RULES

WHATEVER YOU DO, DON’T READ THIS ARTICLE ABOUT BREAKING RULES

Carina Dempsey, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014


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          “Rules are rules.” From a young age, adults demand that we listen to instructions and do what we are told. However, as we grow older, we sometimes stop fighting the urge to ignore the rules, and start bending them instead. This does not make us awful people, it simply makes us human. Be...

That’s Old News

That’s Old News

Andrew Young, Staff Writer

September 23, 2014


Filed under Distractions, Showcase

Here at Stamford High School we have a rich history that is celebrated each and every day.  We also have, though, our fair share of embarrassing and cringe-worthy moments.  Take, for example, October of 1996.  Although this was a mere 18 years ago, the language students' used was like nothing else. ...

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