One of Mariemont’s Most Talented: Seth Medlin

BY JEFFREY TIMMERS Mariemont may not have star basketball player and performer Troy Bolton roaming our hallways, but we do have junior Seth Medlin. Medlin runs cross-country for the Warriors and also is a big part of the plays and musicals. He has been on stage since junior high but decided to join the track […]

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Band: More Than Just Music

BY CHARLIE JORDAN From halftime shows to the pep band behind the student section at basketball games, the band plays a prevalent role in high school society. While everyone in the school knows of the band, there are many misconceptions about it. Sophomore Gian Carlo Vitela says, “Learning how to play the instruments is a lot […]

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From Warriors to Soldiers: Mariemont Students Who Enlist

BY JACOB GUNNER First semester has ended and seniors have started to decide what they want to do after high school. Most of them will be going to college, but a select few will be taking a different journey in life “I think that they’re really brave; I don’t think it’s something I would be […]

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Mariemont Superstitions

BY RILEY HAYES Many people grow up with superstitions about mirrors and pennies, but do those superstitions remain after childhood ends? Superstitions are widely held but unjustified beliefs in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief. Junior Helen Kemper says, “I’m not a […]

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A Conversation with the Visual Effects Producer of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

BY MADDY MORIARTY *SPOILER ALERT: This article contains information about Star Wars: The Force Awakens.* As the credits began to play after the fulfilling final scene of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, many different reactions arose from the audience surrounding me. Some sat in awe of the movie, others began talking about the first time they saw Star […]

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Senior Lunch: The Time Crunch

BY JOEY KROMER While there are many things that underclassmen look forward to for their senior year, senior lunch is the one incentive that may cause the most excitement. Every student dreams about going out to eat at Skyline, Chipotle, or whatever other restaurant they feel like. While some students constantly go out to eat, others choose […]

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Mariemont’s Recently Watched on Netflix

BY RILEY HAYES In recent years, watching Netflix has become a common way to spend down time. Although Netflix is blocked on the Mariemont wifi, students always make time for their favorite shows. According to DMR, a digital statistics website, 79% of millennials use Netflix, so it is no surprise that when students were asked […]

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