The Freeze Game: A Mariemont Epidemic

BY JOEY KROMER AND CHARLIE ZACK Junior Will Ciolino walks through the hallways of Mariemont High School, a place where he once felt safe, feeling vulnerable. “I’m always on high alert,” says Ciolino.  “There isn’t a second in the day when I’m not prepared.” What could cause a junior in high school to be so […]

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Latin Club cares about more than just the Classics

BY KAYLA WOOD The Ohio Junior Classical League (OJCL), a chapter of the National Junior Classical League, is attempting to shine light upon a cause of death: suicide prevention. On Sunday, October 19th at 6 pm, the southwest region of OJCL participated in the Out of the Darkness suicide prevention walk at Sawyer Point hosted by […]

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Obscure Options: Mariemont Seniors Explore Colleges Off the Beaten Path

BY HALEY WESTON Mariemont senior Walker Van Hook is applying to Rose-Hulman, a small, engineering-based school in Terre Haute, Indiana. Van Hook first visited the Rose-Hulman campus this past summer when he participated in one of the school’s summer programs called Operation Catapult. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there are 4,599 degree-granting […]

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Modifying the Student Body

BY GAVIN SMITH By law, people under the age of eighteen are not legally allowed to modify their body without parental consent; however, a few number of students at Mariemont High School have already begun to make permanent changes to their appearance. Body modifications, or any deliberate alterations to the human anatomy, range from piercings […]

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Internet firewall dulls the responsibility of young adults

BY WILL MAJCHSZAK The place where hundreds of students come to learn every weekday restricts the use of the most powerful and omnipresent learning tool currently available to humans. With the emergence of the digital age comes the emergence of digital over-protection. We’ve all tried searching something on Google while at school and we’ve all […]

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October: Athlete of the Month

BY JEFFREY TIMMERS Mariemont has a number of fall athletes, but two have stood out from the rest in the month of October: sophomore Corinne Fanta and junior Connor Jacob. Corinne Fanta: After her first full season of cross country, Corinne Fanta has already put her name in the record books. Fanta was named Cincinnati Hills League […]

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Patrick Renner gets the starting job…sort of

BY PARKER SULLIVAN From the squirrel club (University of Michigan) to the rock-paper-scissors club (University of Kentucky), a college student can be involved in just about everything. However, there is one activity that is unique to only two colleges in the nation. According to ESPN, Notre Dame and the United States Military Academy are the […]

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