Fake news makes its rounds on Mariemont

BY CHARLIE ZACK Repeat after me: This is not fake news. I know how to identify fake news. I will not fall into the trap of fake news. Fake news has become an epidemic. It’s a disease that was introduced on the internet, and has been procreated through retweets and re-shares.   The picture on […]

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Black History Month at Mariemont High School

BY LOGAN CAMPBELL At Mariemont High School, African-Americans make up 2.6% of the student body.   Some students have questioned the need for recognition at school when 93.3% of the student body is made up of students who are not African-American. Junior Matthew McGrory says, “[BHM] does not need to be made over-insinuated. MHS’ curriculum […]

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Mariemont’s Foreign Friends

BY WILL KEMPER Almost every year, Mariemont has at least one foreign exchange student. This year, Mariemont has two unique students, Sebastian Delgado and Roope Lassila. It’s time we learn more about them. Senora Timmerding, adviser of AFS club, says she is excited to have these two young men attend Mariemont. “Last year was sad because […]

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Students of Today, Activists of Today

BY COURTNEY DUNNING On Saturday, January 21st, Cincinnati was swarmed by the color pink. Around 10,000 people, including a handful of Mariemont students, gathered at Washington Park to take part in Cincinnati’s Sister March, a more local version of the Women’s March on Washington (WMW). The WMW, which was sparked by a Facebook post by Hawaiian […]

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Looking Fab and Fashionable: An Inside Look at 5 Students’ Stand-Out Style

BY KATE OVERBEY Style comes from the center of the heart. For some creative virtuosos, personal style emerges in writing or art. But for others, it comes from the brush of cashmere on their collarbone as they raise their hand or the impressions of their feet in their favorite converse. From crazy to classic, these five Mariemont students […]

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A “Snowball fiasco” for Rock Band

BY JUDE HART In October, Mariemont High schoolers witnessed a break from pep rally tradition when the Rock Band master class performed for the first time in the gymnasium. Students left their bleachers and flocked toward the upper balcony as the band played “Paint It Black” by the Rolling Stones. Reception of the performance seemed […]

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Tom Brady: Unbeatable or Unbearable?

BY JACOB GUNNER Out of 1,969 players in the National Football League, only 106 of them will have the opportunity to compete for the Lombardi trophy awarded to the winner of the Super Bowl. For New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady, this will not be his first time competing on the big stage. When the […]

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