Mythbusters: Senioritis at Mariemont

BY COURTNEY DUNNING Senioritis—you know exactly what I am talking about. Senioritis is a supposed affliction of students characterized by a decline in motivation in their last year of high school. At Mariemont it seems to be a debilitating disease especially relevant in the last few months of school. I took to the halls to […]

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Arby’s doesn’t have the meats

BY JUDE HART If you’ve turned on a television set in the last few months, you’ve seen the commercials. The ones featuring film star Ving Rames’ voice saying Arby’s trademark slogan: “We have the meats.” A bold claim, indeed, but a claim that Arby’s has been using to promote their new Greek treat: the gyro. I […]

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Mariemont Softball : A Dying Program Rising from the Ashes

BY STEPHANIE RENNER AND KAYLA DEWEY Lead hitter Kasey Jones steps into the batter’s box, her team cheering for her as she confidently walks up to the plate. As she stands at an angle to get maximum power, the perfect pitch comes. She seizes the opportunity and smashes it into the outfield, already past first […]

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Missing Prom for DECA?

BY LOGAN CAMPBELL This Friday, April 28th, Mariemont’s hottest and most popular dance will be taking place. But it will be missing a few key dancers. Starting Wednesday, April 26th through April 29th, DECA’s International Career Development Conference is taking place. Several talented DECA members at Mariemont High School have earned a spot at the conference in Anaheim… […]

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Raise, Run, Eliminate

BY ELLIE KAPCAR The Sunday morning spring sun rises over Kusel stadium, slowly warming the turf and pavement.  It is 7:30AM, and volunteers with sweatshirts and cold noses gather to help set up tables and cart water bottles and bagels to the twenty-yard-line. It’s April 23rd—race day—and Mariemont’s Key Club is ready to help save […]

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The Future of Mariemont High School: Planning started for renovation

BY WILL KEMPER Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona, California is a 150,000 square foot high school with 50 classrooms and 770 parking spots. The high school has a rare and unique architectural style. The building features a flexible learning environment to enable maximum student interaction. Could this be the future Mariemont High School? Since […]

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Mariemont High School: where dreams come to die

BY COURTNEY DUNNING Shockingly, teachers do not live at school. Their lives outside of Mariemont are an ambiguity to most students. An even bigger mystery? Why they chose to be teachers in the first place. “Not surprisingly I didn’t always want to be a teacher,” says statistics teacher, Mr. Wainscott. “I wanted to play in […]

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