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[April 2017] What no one told me about senior year

[April 2017] What no one told me about senior year

April 26, 2017


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By: Margot Mather '17 Senior year is the culmination of four long years of hard work, and as my time at Staples comes to a close, I’m already feeling nostalgic. Although it's a time filled with crazy stress levels surrounding striving for stellar grades and submitting college applications, it's...

Will Fabian ’17 strums through senior year with his mandolin

Will Fabian ’17 strums through senior year with his mandolin

March 31, 2017


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By Megan Doyle '18 Three to four hours every day, by himself, Will Fabian ’17 plays his mandolin by himself for three to four hours every single day. A mandolin is a wooden string instrument in between a ukulele and a guitar. Although it’s been around since the 17th and 18th centuries, most students wou...

Finding enthusiasm in learning: How being a second semester senior has made me a better student

Finding enthusiasm in learning: How being a second semester senior has made me a better student

Izzy Ullmann

March 14, 2017


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Izzy Ullmann '17 For three and a half years of high school I found myself refreshing the MyHAC app, anxiously calculating how many points I needed for an A and begging my teachers to round up my grades. It wasn’t that I didn’t appreciate learning. I was caught up in the typical college game: one where...

Senior Retrospective: Four Tips for Incoming Students

Senior Retrospective: Four Tips for Incoming Students

Zachary McCarthy, Staff Writer

June 16, 2016


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It’s the eve of graduation (gulp)! Though I may be out of the building and toiling away at important projects like my internship and putting a dent in Game of Thrones (Valar morghulis), I’m sure as heck not done with Staples yet. For that reason, I thought I’d finish off my Inklings career by...

Saying goodbye to an older sibling

Saying goodbye to an older sibling

Anay Simunovic, Opinions Editor

June 9, 2016


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For many, high school is a daunting and rather overwhelming place. However, having an older sibling to help you navigate through the intricacies of high school life greatly eases the transition. I remember my first day of high school, mobs of senior girls crowded the Staples hallways obnoxiously ...

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