Warpath News Broadcast: Episode 3

BY WILLIAM KEMPER, MADDY KROMER, KENNEDY MCNEIL, JAKE MOTTO, ABBY DODSON, LOGAN CAMPBELL, WILL HENNING, AND DAVIS CHU

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MHS Students’ Turkey Day Traditions

BY GRACIE LYONS The first Thanksgivings were held by the Pilgrims at Plymouth in 1621. Over the years, families have adapted and passed down their own unique ways to celebrate the holiday. A local favorite includes Cincinnati’s 10k Thanksgiving Day Race downtown. Junior Nolan Buck said, “My family makes pies the day before Thanksgiving, and then […]

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Laughter Returns to MHS’ Stage with Fall Production: Harvey

BY ABBY DODSON This fall, the cast and crew of Mariemont’s play, Harvey, gear up for the “most lighthearted production” to grace the stage here in a long time. Excitement and anticipation mount as the tight-knit group shifts into the crunch time before their shows on November 16th, 17th, and 18th. The whole team commented […]

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Distinguished Alumni: Gayle Gleckler

BY STEPHANIE RENNER AND LOGAN CAMPBELL On Homecoming Friday, October 6th, the Warpath staff had the opportunity to sit down with a member of Mariemont High School’s Class of 1960, writer and artist Gayle Gleckler. As a high school student, Gleckler was a member of the Pep Club, the Vice-President of her class, and the editor […]

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Distinguished Alumni: Christopher Martin

BY JUDE HART AND WILLIAM KEMPER Christopher Martin, a 1974 Mariemont High School graduate whose recognitions include a Uhl Prize for his outstanding Ph. D thesis and the NASA Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for his work with the GALEX Small Explorer mission, sat down for fifteen minutes to answer some burning questions we had. Some […]

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“Rumor Has It”: Why Rumors Spread So Quickly at MHS

BY MADDY KROMER In small communities like Mariemont, word tends to spread fast. It seems everybody knows each other, and while this makes for a friendly environment, it leaves little room for privacy. There are 523 students that attend Mariemont High School, so information–whether true or false–tends to get around pretty fast. These students have […]

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Traveling Abroad Returns to Mariemont

BY ASHLEY GRIMMER For years absent at MHS, opportunities to travel abroad have made a resurgence over the past three years and now provide students travel opportunities to over ten different countries.   Math teacher, Mrs. Bell, was an integral part of the return of the travel program.  She has now led three trips, partnered with […]

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