Best in The Lot: A Review of Five Outstanding Automobiles

BY CLAIRE WILDER Over 140 Mariemont students pull into their parking spaces every day, but five cars stand out because of their unique exteriors. An inside look with the owners of these cars reveals their opinions along with special features and funny stories of their vehicles. In no particular order, here are five of the […]

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VR: New Tech at School

BY PETER PAYIATIS Delve into an alternate reality, journey around the earth or visit the space station, with VR technology MHS students can now transport themselves into the past, the future and fantasy worlds beyond your their imaginations. As of recently, MHS and other schools around the district have introduced new VR technology to the students. More specifically, […]

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Mariemont’s Best Nicknames

BY WILL KEMPER Names are important. They allow us to effectively address another person. Humans are a remarkable species, and even though we don’t have any real superpowers, we do have one ability that has put us above every other species around us. We are incredibly lazy, and we will go to great lengths to […]

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School Year in Spain: Margot Baumgartner Studies Abroad

BY ASHLEY GRIMMER Six hours ahead and 3,847 miles away, Margot Baumgartner has spent the past three months of her junior year as a foreign-exchange student to Spain. Living in a town called Bertamirans right outside of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain and staying with a host family, Baumgartner is participating in an AFS global exchange that […]

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Celebrity Look-Alikes in MHS

BY KENNEDY MCNEIL There are a handful of celebrity doppelgangers wondering around the hallways at Mariemont.   Many students have been mistaken or told their appearance is similar to a celebrity or TV character and some admit to seeing a resemblance. Isabella Paz – Madison Beer  Sophomore, Isabella Paz has an undeniable resemblance to eighteen-year-old […]

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The Vaping Epidemic: An Explainer

BY JUDE HART Decades ago, MHS teachers had a smoking lounge. Here, they were able to smoke cigs and read the paper without interruption from students. However, with the stigmatization of cigarettes and laws against public smoking in recent years, there’s no longer a need for smoking rooms. Many people view first- and second-hand tobacco smoke […]

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Has Snapchat Taken Over MHS?

BY MADDY KROMER Snapchat, a popular form of social media, is used by over 150 million people across the world. It is an app where users exchange pictures and videos with their friends, along with funny filters, face swaps, and geotags. What makes the app unique is that the pictures and videos have a required time […]

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