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Navigating the not-so-random roommate process

Navigating the not-so-random roommate process

Caroline Lane, Staff Writer

May 10, 2016


Filed under Opinions

As May 1st settled in, each and every college bound senior knows just where they’re going. The stress of the college process is over, but people tend to forget that along with finding just where they’ll be living next year, they have to find who they’re living with. Now, no need to stress about just how you’...

5 tips on how to enjoy going on college tours

5 tips on how to enjoy going on college tours

Ivy Prince, A&E Web Editor

April 26, 2016


Filed under Arts

While most Staples students traveled to a warm destination over spring break, or enjoyed time at home with their family and friends, many students especially from the junior class visited colleges of their choice. This prime time for college visits may seem like a stressful time, but if you see the...

Finding roommates differs among colleges and students

Finding roommates differs among colleges and students

Nicole DeBlasi, Web Managing Editor

March 18, 2015


Filed under Features

Once students get into a college, the first order of business is usually to check out the college Facebook group, where students post bios about themselves hoping to attract potential roommates. For those who have been accepted in the rolling, Early Action, or Early Decision pools, some students have alrea...

College Panel Night engages juniors in the college process

College Panel Night engages juniors in the college process

Claire Lewin, Associate Managing Editor

May 23, 2014


Filed under News

On May 20th at 7:00 pm, representatives from colleges across the country and Staples students gathered in the Staples auditorium to delve into one of the most daunting of topics: the college process. Panel members included admissions representatives from schools such as Amherst College, Columbia University,...

Student Teachers Use Staples as a classroom

Student Teachers Use Staples as a classroom

December 22, 2010


Filed under News

Michelle Maher is a graduate student at at the University of Connecticut who is working to get her master’s degree in education. As a requirement for the course, Maher was required to teach high school level students for four months. Maher taught Introduction to Psychology and U.S. History and government, two social studies courses normally taught by teachers Carol Avery a...

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