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ADHD is the most well researched neurodevelopmental disorder. Many people often go undiagnosed. Those diagnosed with ADHD often take medication and receive treatment. Both children and adults can have ADHD.

Do the research: there is more to ADHD than you think

Anna Diorio '23, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

“People just use ADHD as an excuse for bad behavior.” “I thought I raised you right.” “You focus on video games too much to have ADHD.” “How could you forget about that?” “Stop moving...

An average sophomores google drive while enduring the research pape

Sophomore research paper provokes anxiety

Emma Dantas '21, Staff Writer May 24, 2019

  There are few things more daunting than sitting in front of an online Google document, knowing a minimum of eight pages needs to be filled with original writing in a persuasive and coherent way...

A Staples High School senior works to complete hours of homework. Stanford University researchers identified between 90 and 150 minutes as the “optimal” amount of homework in 2014.

Homework volume does not correlate with rigor

Sophie Driscoll ’19 January 16, 2019

At higher levels of certain courses, difficulty of content increases slightly but volume of homework increases dramatically. However, homework quantity does not correlate with academic rigor. Of course,...

Study reveals violent video games stimulate aggression in players

Study reveals violent video games stimulate aggression in players

October 5, 2018

By Amanda Kaplowitz ’19 The results of a study conducted by Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire between 2010 and 2017 were published on Oct. 1, 2018, and revealed evidence linking violent...

ALS research is becoming spiced up with the Hot Pepper Challenge

March 15, 2018

By Lauren Wasserman '19 Who can forget the ice bucket challenge, when American’s dumped ice on their heads to raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)? Now there is a new trend: The ALS...

Above and Beyond: ASR Students continue research after school

March 21, 2011

One period a day, four days a week, Marcus Russi ’13 goes to room 3022. During the period, he completes labs, fills out science fair applications, and reads articles. But it is outside of school that...

To Take or Not to Take? Juniors and Seniors Deciding on an English Class

October 5, 2010

Image via Wikipedia 1, 2, 3…Go! As Staples juniors set in to their busiest year of high school, many have already begun the complicated process of completing the research paper. Looking at how the...

Howard Zinn speaks to students and faculty at Marlboro College in 2004 | Photo from Wiki Commons

Zinn’s Passing a Loss for Students and Teachers Alike

February 28, 2010

Image via Wikipedia For many people Howard Zinn stood out only for his unusual last name. Some students may remember “that radical historian, or was he a communist?” they read for a day – and...

Graphic by Alix Neenan 12

Letter to the Editor – Re “Boys vs. Girls Enrollment”

December 6, 2009

Your question about the gender differences in  participation in various school subjects has been studied closely over the past 10 years. A review of the peer reviewed research literature shows us that...

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