Looking Fab and Fashionable: An Inside Look at 5 Students’ Stand-Out Style

BY KATE OVERBEY Style comes from the center of the heart. For some creative virtuosos, personal style emerges in writing or art. But for others, it comes from the brush of cashmere on their collarbone as they raise their hand or the impressions of their feet in their favorite converse. From crazy to classic, these five Mariemont students […]

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A “Snowball fiasco” for Rock Band

BY JUDE HART In October, Mariemont High schoolers witnessed a break from pep rally tradition when the Rock Band master class performed for the first time in the gymnasium. Students left their bleachers and flocked toward the upper balcony as the band played “Paint It Black” by the Rolling Stones. Reception of the performance seemed […]

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Tom Brady: Unbeatable or Unbearable?

BY JACOB GUNNER Out of 1,969 players in the National Football League, only 106 of them will have the opportunity to compete for the Lombardi trophy awarded to the winner of the Super Bowl. For New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, this will not be his first time competing on the big stage. When the […]

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Coffee Bar Critique

BY MAC BROKAMP Around 7 am on January 23rd, I ordered an iced coffee at The Coffee Bar, Mariemont’s new student-run business. The coffee is not only brewed and served by the business students working there, but you, the student customer, contribute to making the coffee as well. You add the cream and sugar yourself. […]

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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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