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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It is time to give America a raise

BY PARKER SULLIVAN An already full table of global and national issues was added to over the summer. A debate over the national minimum wage began. As of today, the national mandate for minimum wage is $7.25 an hour (put into law in 2009), though many states have passed legislation that calls for minimum wage […]

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After 28 Years, Books Redefines Retirement

By HALEY WESTON “Where’s Macau?” Mr. Books would stand at the front of the room and ask his students.  He played this question enough, that students took the ball and created a meme “Where’s Macau?” featuring a headshot of Mr. Books. “Where’s Macau?” Mr. Books would pause just long enough to cause students to think […]

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Kyle Grau takes the biking world by storm

BY STEVE HASSEY In a Warpath survey conducted in February of 2014, 96.5 percent of Mariemont’s Class of 2014 indicated that they would pursue a post-secondary education.  Kyle Grau, member of Mariemont’s Class of 2013, has taken a different route, one filled with dirt and plenty of bicycles. “Going into senior year I had already […]

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#bluegoldandrainbow: Mariemont Faces Diversity

BY HUNTER THIERS LGBTQ: Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Trans, Queer. GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) reports that 33% of teens in the United States are harassed because of their “perceived or actual” sexual orientation. Conner Davis is an openly gay student at Mariemont High School. “I’ve never really faced a problem with it.  I’ve […]

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Campus Life: Changing Lives

BY CHARLIE ZACK Although many students at Mariemont wonder what Campus Life does, the members of Campus life wonder what they can’t do. Campus Life was created three years ago as a group to address bullying.  This group attempted to shift the focus from the negativity of bullying by creating a more amiable school climate. […]

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Mandarin: a new course at Mariemont

BY MADDY MORIARTY During seventh bell, 24 non-Latin students can be found in the Latin room saying things like “nǐ hǎo” and “wǒ xìng”.  These students are taking the newest language offered by the language pod, Mandarin, taught by Ms. Fanghong Yu. Mandarin has become popular among students. Katie Tassos, a junior taking the class, says […]

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