Prom in pictures

BY ADAM THEYE, CONNOR BORTZ & KAYLA WOOD As you wander home in the dead of night, approximately 5:00 in the morning, you are ready for bed. Prom drained the last ounce of energy from your body and now you just need to rest. You stumble up to your door to find that your family […]

Read more

Filler words hold speakers hostage

BY WILLIAM MAJCHSZAK “Um, and then the thing kind of like does an action, which like has an effect on other things.” Huh?  The use of “um, like” and the vague term, “thing,” fill our teenaged verbal communication.  And any adult will remind us of the indirectness and vagueness of these terms. But “like” and […]

Read more

Reds fans reflect on slow start, promising future

BY STEVE HASSEY Opening Day is a holiday of hope and promise each year in Cincinnati as baseball fans from around the metropolitan area pile into Great American Ballpark for the first game of the long season. Thus far, the season has been a disappointment as the hype of the Reds has turned into despair […]

Read more

Graduation parties done right

BY JONATHAN WHITE On paper, hosting a graduation party is a gathering of a group of friends with lots of food. On top of that, those friends feeling obligated to bring the recent graduate gifts. In reality, some students are fearful of standing around for hours with nothing to do while different adults repeatedly ask you what college […]

Read more

Leading at a walking pace

BY HANS HINEBAUGH Spring is the time of a return to nice weather.  It is the time when upperclassmen stop learning new material and begin preparation for the AP tests, the time when most students begin to run off the pent-up energy of the winter out in the longer daylight and warmer temperatures, and it […]

Read more

Bachelorette: First Elimination

BY JEFFREY TIMMERS AND McKINNON PENNELL Welcome back to the Bachelorette! We have gotten to know our lovely bachelorette and the guys chasing for her heart, now one has to go. The bachelors have been asked a set of five more questions and their answers will determine their fate.   Where would you take Payton on your […]

Read more

Prama: where crossing the line is a good thing

BY ADAM THEYE Over the past month, students have been gearing up for an experience of a lifetime, prom. This year Prom occurs Friday, April 25 at the downtown Hall of Mirrors, the Prom drama, aka “Prama”, has come and gone. Even before Spring Break, students were asking their dates to prom in some creative and interesting […]

Read more