The Future of the Mariemont Curriculum

By HALEY WESTON While some school districts may be content giving their students a traditional education, the Mariemont City School District is devising new ways to enhance its students’ learning experiences. At the forefront of these efforts is the 2026 Committee, a group comprised of Mariemont faculty members, including teacher Amy Leatherwood. “The 2026 Committee is a […]

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Nick Jones’s football career: chapter two

BY PARKER SULLIVAN  1827 all purpose yards, 132 tackles, 10 interceptions, and a year as a co-captain of the football team, but according to the NCAA, only 6.5% of high school football players go on to play at the college level. So what does one do when his football career is seemingly over? When Mariemont graduate […]

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Dating Terminology at Mariemont

BY MADDY MORIARTY High school is slightly less awkward than junior high, but let’s admit it.  Relationships between teenagers are awkward no matter what the venue.  Are you dating?  Is it a thing?  How do you know if he likes you or she is interested?  And how do we name these things?  These are the questions of our […]

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Lofty ambitions lead to surprising success

BY CALEB KEYES Floats have been an integral part of Mariemont’s homecoming as long as anyone living can remember, though this year many are paying more attention than usual to the competition for the best float, for the seniors have lost. In recent years, the seniors have been announced the winners of the contest whether they […]

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Mariemont distinguished alumni return to alma mater

BY STEVE HASSEY, WILLIAM MAJCHSZAK, AND DANIEL SIMONS Pamela Coburn, Jeffrey Anderson, and Harry Walters have all had illustrious careers after leaving the halls of Mariemont High School, although they have all taken different paths.  Mariemont’s 2014 Distinguished Alumni Inductees have each found success in one of three vastly different fields: music, politics, and real estate. ——– […]

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Estepp starts the new year with seniors

BY WILL MAJCHSZAK Seniors sat down with Mr. Estepp in the Life Skills Lab on September 15, 16, and 17 to start the year off with a “hello.” The students gathered around a big table and started by filling out a small information sheet about themselves. Some of the questions included where the students live, […]

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The tribe goes 5-0; a midseason recap

BY JON HANLEY Last season the Warrior football team stole the spotlight within the Mariemont community. First-year head coach Kurry Commins led the tribe to its first playoff appearance since 2006, finishing the regular season with a 5-2 record in the CHL and 7-3 overall. The team was made up of one of the strongest senior […]

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