Mystery vacation shakes up spring break for MHS student

BY KAYLA WOOD It’s Saturday morning, and you are trying to pack the final miscellaneous items for your trip. You’re leaving in less than an hour, and you’re scrambling around, throwing things in your suitcase that you may or may not need. The thing is, you’re not entirely sure if you’re forgetting anything because you […]

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If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late

BY COOPER HAYES On February 13, 2015, Degrassi-star-turned-rapper Drake surprised the world by releasing his fourth mix tape: no warning, no ads, no singles, no hype. Drake has reached the point in his musical career where he no longer needs to hide behind the hype; his music can stand alone. Drake currently holds 42% of the […]

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Nowhere But Up: 2015 Warrior Softball Looks Promising

BY JOEY KROMER After finishing last season 0-17 and giving up 175 runs while scoring only 12, there is literally nowhere the 2015 Mariemont High School softball team can go but up. “It wasn’t very fun last year,” says sophomore Victoria Crabtree, a former member of the team. “By the end of the year we […]

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Second contestant of Bachelorette revealed!

BY MADDY MORIARTY AND JONATHAN HANLEY This is the annual mock-Bachelorette competition brought to Mariemont High School by the Warpath. Five male students will compete to win the heart of this year’s senior bachelorette, Haley Jacobs. In addition to the introductory videos of the contestants, there will be three elimination rounds following written interviews with the contestants. […]

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Opposition Raised Against Changes Made to the APUSH Course: Mariemont’s Response

BY HUNTER THIERS The Advanced Placement U.S. History course, better known as APUSH, has come under fire from some conservatives recently, as some believe the course isn’t patriotic enough. According to an interview NPR’s Steve Inskeep conducted with and Cory Turner, the College Board, a nonprofit, “has changed the test in ways that some state lawmakers […]

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Respect is the motto of the year for the sophomores

BY CONNOR BORTZ Since 1987, the year Joe Cavanagh founded the organization, Youth Frontiers has reached over 1.3 million through their retreats–Kindness, Courage, Respect, Leadership, and Wisdom. These programs are designed for 4-12 grade students and change based upon grade level. Youth Frontiers is an organization based out of Minnesota that helps districts to build positive communities within […]

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More high school; less musical

BY MADDY MORIARTY Do you remember what high school was like before high school?  At eight years old it seems like dancing, driving, singing, partying, and thriving with all of your best friends. What happened? After conversations with two students attending third grade at Terrace Park Elementary, the memories of high school dreaming came flooding […]

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