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Staples seniors share their wisdom on the college process

Staples seniors share their wisdom on the college process

Olivia Foster and Tori Lubin

April 26, 2016

Juniors and underclassmen had the opportunity to learn about the college process during the “Real Talk” conference in the library media center this past Tuesday, April 12th.  Four seniors: Jane Levy ’16, Emily Eldh 16’, Kyle Ratner ’16 and Reece Schachne ’16 shared their personal experience...

Popular colleges are not the only option

Popular colleges are not the only option

Michael Mathis, Web Opinions Editor

March 9, 2015

By junior year, most of us have established our personalities: the kid who does track year-round, the “Artist’s Club” Vice President, the “Barbeque Club” official disc jockey. We have settled into our interests. We are ready to take the next step in doing whatever it takes to accomplish that...

Most likely to… The convoluted process of the senior superlative contest

Most likely to… The convoluted process of the senior superlative contest

April 15, 2011

Every year, Staples seniors purchase yearbooks to immortalize their final year of high school. One of the more traditional and popular sections in the book is the senior superlative section, where seniors are voted for by their classmates in categories such as "Life of the Party," "Most likely to win a...

Global Friendship: Establishing a Relationship Amongst all Teenagers

Global Friendship: Establishing a Relationship Amongst all Teenagers

November 19, 2010

Students are encouraged to become involved in the school community, but they are not constrained only to  join a previously established club. With a little bit of inspiration and support, students have the freedom to start their own club at Staples. As sophomores, Maddie Melnick’12 and Anya Rosen’12 founded their club, Global Friend...

Arena Eliminated:BOE cuts forty–year–old scheduling tradition

Arena Eliminated:BOE cuts forty–year–old scheduling tradition

October 22, 2010

Jesse Heussner '11  Sports Editor Arena, the 38-year-old embattled scheduling system, is done. To some, arena was promising— the process was liberating, relieving, and sometimes, surprisingly easy. To others, however, the casual mention of the word was as blasphemous as the most profane of swears. It had led to fierce temper tantrums, crazy politicking, and...

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