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Gun violence protests in high school: how colleges are standing with the students

Gun violence protests in high school: how colleges are standing with the students

March 14, 2018

By: Marlo Von der Ahe '20 Colleges around the country are supporting applicants’ rights to peaceful protest on gun control for the upcoming walk outs on Mar. 14, and Apr. 20, and the marches taking place on Mar. 24. “I am going to Indiana University and I am honored to be able to say that my sc...

College popularity trends rise at Staples

College popularity trends rise at Staples

Andrew Vester, Web Opinions Editor

June 19, 2015

During their time at Staples, many students have gone on college tours to find the “perfect” fit for them.  With over 7,000 options to choose from, it would seem college-goers are unlikely to attend the same school as other Wreckers, but there have always been common favorites such as the University...

Getting Credit

Getting Credit

Andrea Frost, Features Editor

May 21, 2013

So many students take AP classes, and many of them take the AP test so they may receive credit at college, allowing students to either not take the class at college or be able to place in a higher class freshmen year. Because different schools have different policies regarding AP credit, it is sometimes ha...

All Work, No Credit: Students opt not to take AP tests as a number of colleges do not accept the credit

All Work, No Credit: Students opt not to take AP tests as a number of colleges do not accept the credit

April 15, 2011

For the first two weeks in May, the gym and library will be filled with desks where Staples students will sit for three hours, furiously bubbling in answers and writing essays. They will do this in hopes of gaining college credit and the ability to waive introductory courses in college by receiving a passing score on Advanced Place...

Staples Athletes Commit to Colleges

Staples Athletes Commit to Colleges

September 15, 2010

As the Staples class of 2011 begins to write personal essays, fill out supplements, and begin to really think about where they want to attend college, some student athletes have already chosen a school. Several varsity athletes­— Greg Gudis ’11, Sean Gallagher ’11, Chris Coyne ’11, Pat Murray ’11, Brendan Lesch ’11, Frankie ...

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