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Staples students acquire the benefits of the early college application process

Staples students acquire the benefits of the early college application process

December 19, 2016

By: Izzy Blansfield '18 The stressful season for the many Staples seniors, who undertake the benefits of the early decision and early acceptance applications, commences as December proceeds. According to the college board, the early application process starts around November and the decisions...

[Oct. 2016 Opinions] How to avoid stress while applying to college

November 22, 2016

By Becca Rawiszer '17   Dear stressed out seniors, All of you have probably had a college-induced panic attack once in your high school career. We’ve all been there. We’ve all crammed for that ACT or SAT and tried to maintain a seemingly unattainable GPA.  A year from now, however, ...

“Staples Got Class” makes schedule sharing easier for students

“Staples Got Class” makes schedule sharing easier for students

Kit Epstein, Breaking News Managing Editor

June 1, 2016

On Tuesday, May 31, Dylan Diamond ’17 released his sixth iPhone application, “Staples Got Class.” “Staples Got Class” is a schedule sharing application available for all iOS devices in the App Store that allows Staples students to see who is in their classes and view other student’s schedules ...

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...

Lying about myself to show you who I really am

Lying about myself to show you who I really am

Anonymous Author

November 9, 2015

“What can you tell us about yourself that we can’t see in your application? We want to know who you are and why we should want you on our campus next fall.”   Cliches like these cover the “Apply Now” pages for university websites all across the nation.   They’re lying.   As a senior who j...

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