Google Drive presents unexpected problems

BY DANIEL SIMONS Junior Ryan Duever sits in his fourth bell English class on his laptop, opening up Google Drive, where a majority of his assignments are located, but he can’t open his files. Recently, there have been problems for students accessing this application, which is used widely by students and teachers. Duever states that the […]

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A Review of the Australian Open: Foreshadowing the Future of Tennis

BY HALEY WESTON Federer, Djokovic, Nadal, Murray, Williams are all names we associate with the world of professional tennis, but it appears names like Keys, Kyrgios, and Bouchard will replace them in the near future. For years now, the world of professional tennis has been dominated by a select few players, players polished by experience, […]

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Despite Record, Warriors Show Future Promise

BY JON HANLEY With only the postseason left to play, the 2014-2015 regular season didn’t pan out as the Mariemont boys basketball team hoped. After 22 games the Tribe finished 5-17 overall and 2-12 versus league opponents. However, the Warriors played better than their record seems to show. 5 of their 12 league losses were within 5 points, including 47-46 and […]

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Major Fashion Company C. Wonder to Close its Doors

BY HUNTER THEIRS For many, the New Year means moving forward, but for some fashion companies it has meant taking a step backward. Among other major companies, C. Wonder, a store known for its preppy, yet affordable clothes, accessories, shoes and other goods, has taken a huge hit. They will be closing all of their 32 […]

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The Elite Eight of Entertainment

BY CALEB KEYES There’s only one place you can find America’s best sniper, a homosexual coder, our generation’s greatest scientist, a narcissistic film star (actually there may be a few of those), an aspiring young drummer, one of the most influential Civil Rights activists in history, a hotel concierge, and a normal, teenage guy… and […]

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Punxsutawney Chill

BY CHARLIE ZACK On a sunny day in July of 2014, Gunnar Nixon was reading a book on his patio. “From underneath me, I heard little feet running across the wood, and I felt something furry brush against me,” said Nixon. That furry animal was a groundhog. “It looked like a fat, small dog. Probably a […]

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Not-So-Great Expectations: Valentine’s Day at Mariemont

BY COOPER HAYES Senior Connor Bortz lays his head on his desk as he is nagged about the coming holiday by his girlfriend. Bortz and many other high school boys like him dread this day more than any other. February 14. Valentine’s Day. It is no secret that many boys dread this day — it seems […]

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