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A friendly reminder that I am a junior

A friendly reminder that I am a junior

Dylan Donahue, Sports Editor

May 23, 2014

Senioritis was a raging epidemic in the spring of 2014.  Symptoms included lack of focus, and decreased effort and productivity as well as  perpetually late assignments and arrival.  These symptoms often resulted in increased Netflix consumption, and decreased grades and teacher patience. Howev...

I choose freedom with a side of AP

I choose freedom with a side of AP

Olivia Kalb, Staff Writer

May 15, 2014

To test or not to test? That is the question. AP tests are awful. Just really, truly awful. Spending several hours in a dreary room, writing essays, answering multiple choice after multiple choice question, or racking the brain for the appropriate way to solve an equation should be banned, in my humbl...

Southern schools get the jump on AP tests

Southern schools get the jump on AP tests

Bailey Ethier, News Editor

January 31, 2014

The pages of AP review books are flipped back and forth, calculator buttons are rapidly pressed and flash cards are turned over and over. The two-week period starting on May 5 and ending on May 13 is one of the most stressful stretches of the year for many Staples students as they prep for AP exams....

Project AP-way

Project AP-way

Simon Stracher, Social Media Managing Editor

June 8, 2013

AP classes are viewed as some of the toughest courses that Staples has to offer. However, most have their final in mid-May since the College Board’s AP tests are given then, so teachers have to find some way to fill the last month or so of school. The answer? Projects. Joseph Jelen has assigned his AP Gov...

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