Little kids, big school

BY BRADY HOLLIDAY Most everybody in their life has been or will be a freshman in high school… to the kids who are soon to be freshman, there are some unwritten rules that you should know before you make the big leap to high school. Some kids are not prepared for the transition from junior high […]

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The Unknown Places in Mariemont High School

BY WILL KEMPER If you were to ask a senior if they know all the spots in the school, they would probably say “yes.” They are lying. Mariemont High School may seem like a simple place, but there are some hidden spots in the school that many people, even seniors, may not know about. After […]

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The Road to Romance for 4 Mariemont Teachers

BY KATE OVERBEY To Mariemont students, teachers seem to exist in the vacuum of school, grades, and endless hours compiling notes. Sometimes we spare a thought or two about their personal lives, but not much–we are here for business. Yet, teachers do have lives outside of teaching us. They are married, dating, and even have kids. Here […]

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Etnier and Engineering

BY STEPHANIE RENNER Meet Ms. Etnier: Chicago native, science enthusiast, and first-year engineering teacher in the Mariemont School District. Etnier has always been a teacher and loves what she does. She graduated from Southern Illinois University with a degree in Biology. She considers herself a “sciency” person. During second bell at the high school, she teaches […]

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Students connect with Alzheimer’s patients

BY ELLIE KAPCAR Each Thursday after school 15 students from Mariemont High School hop on a yellow bus. Instead of heading home, their destination is the Hyde Park Health Center. These students are part of a photography-based service organization called New Voices. Over the course of ten weeks, students meet, interact, and bond with local Alzheimer’s […]

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Study Hall Game Favorites

BY LOGAN CAMPBELL Study hall is the perfect time to get schoolwork done. For others, however, study hall is an ideal time for game-playing. Here are some of the games study hall students enjoy the most: Flappy Golf Flappy golf is a golf-based game in which you flap (by tapping your phone) your way into […]

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Young Women Leading our Classrooms

BY RYAN FIELDS I believe a very overlooked aspect in our school is the treatment of our youngest teachers .  These being English teacher Ms. Reilly and Mathematics teacher Mrs. Mock (Formerly known as the artist Ms. Block).  I took a half an hour to talk to these two teachers and to discuss the difficulties […]

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