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How Secure Are Your Parking Privileges?

How Secure Are Your Parking Privileges?

Bailey Pote, Michael Iannazzo, and Devon Langworthy

October 20, 2017


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Have you ever considered how the things you do and say may affect whether or not you take the bus to school? Well, they do! Many students may think a school parking space is a right, not a privilege, but that's simply not the case. We sat down with Mr. Perachi, the school's Dean of Students, and found out how vulnerable your parking privileges really are. Not only can driving skills affect a parking status, but so can behavior within the campus.

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Senior Project: Nightmare or Daydream?

Senior Project: Nightmare or Daydream?

Lily Keefe and Grace Thermer

October 18, 2017


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Stress, pressure, and freaking out: Senior Project can be a very real and stressful topic for the Shepaug class of 2018. Senior project has been a part of Shepaug tradition for decades. While it is time-consuming and rigorous, it also provides valuable insight into what real-world careers are like, an...

Did You Make The Right Choice For Class President?

Did You Make The Right Choice For Class President?

Erik Lindblom, Katie Tolla, and Claire Buckley

October 18, 2017


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On Wednesday October 8, Shepaug students got in the booths and voted on representatives to lead their class.  After weeks of drama and debates, everything was settled. Are the elected officials the right choices to lead their class? What are the qualities of a good class president? We looked to the experienced faculty and staff for insight.

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America’s Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

America’s Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Lydia Hagen, Reporter

October 1, 2017


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Amongst bustle in the White House, Sarah Huckabee Sanders took the time to read a letter sent to President Trump regarding the wish of an 11-year old Frank Giaccio. The letter addressed to President Trump stated, “Even though I’m only 10, I’d like to show the nation what young people like me are ready for, I admire your background in business and I’ve started my own.”

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College Process Advice: Choosing Early Decision

College Process Advice: Choosing Early Decision

Megan James, Writer and video blogger

November 22, 2016


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  We’ve all heard the horror stories of the binding agreements, the serious contracts, and sometimes, the wealth of regret that comes with choosing Early Decision (ED). But don’t let that discourage you from considering it as one of your options when applying to college. I, myself, went thr...

Spartan Club successfully hosts second annual Homecoming

Spartan Club successfully hosts second annual Homecoming

Emma Krebs, News Reporter

October 21, 2016


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The Spartan Club, led by Jason Conway, held Shepaug’s second annual Homecoming on Friday, September 23rd. The day kicked off with a varsity field hockey game followed by back-to-back soccer games in the evening. The boy's soccer team, like last year, earned their first win of the season at this game....

Leo Club holds “Color Run”

Leo Club holds “Color Run”

Madison Baker, News Reporter

October 20, 2016


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On October 14, the Leo club held its first event of the year called the “Color Run”.  Many enthusiastic Spartans showed their support as they ran a mile-long course while eager Leo club members tossed colored chalk at their white T-shirts. It was a fun-filled event that raised money for Loaves an...