March Sadness: Stories of a Busted Bracket

BY LOGAN CAMPBELL Every year, students at Mariemont High School fill out brackets with hopes to have the best bracket possible. Some will scour the internet to figure out how to pick the perfect bracket, while others will flip a coin for every pick made. No matter how much or how little students have tried, many […]

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All My Teachers Ballin’; All My Teachers Athletic

BY OWEN DINGLE AND JACOB GUNNER Spring Break is just around the corner, and students are working their hardest to get their beach bods ready. But, even though the student body is looking toned and lean, what are the teachers doing to stay buff? Some teachers don’t have time to make it to a gym or go on […]

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March Madness creates new Holy Day in Cincinnati

BY CHARLIE ZACK There are six Holy Days of Obligation in the Catholic church. For the past 22 years, middle-aged, IT*-working men and women of all religious backgrounds have been gathering in the Greater Cincinnati Area to celebrate a seventh Holy Day. This day, which occurs during the Lenten Season, was celebrated on Thursday, March […]

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Demetrius Raps

BY MADDY MORIARTY Demetrius Fountain is a presence that demands attention in the halls of Mariemont High School. 6’2″ and routinely sporting an undeniably unique style, Fountain can typically be found wandering in various parts of the school throughout the day. His most guaranteed attribution, however, is his headphones always resting in at least one ear. As […]

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Cohen Bailey: In and out of the Spotlight

BY GUNNAR NIXON Before a crowd 600 of Ohio’s most enthused Latin scholars, clad in only a wife beater and a rolled up pair of khaki’s, Cohen Bailey performs a nearly-improvisational comedy skit for the talent portion of the competition. “I scrambled some thoughts together on the bus ride up, but it mainly came to me […]

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DI Domination : the Crummy Cookies return

BY KAYLA DEWEY While the name “Crummy Cookies” may come off as, well, crummy, this Destination Imagination team is rich with subtle flavors: an original recipe for success. This team knows the perfect mixture of flour and sugar to concoct a victory. Over the last eight years, the Crummy Cookies have relied on creativity and teamwork […]

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Reminiscing on Junior High Romance

BY COURTNEY DUNNING Junior high is weird. No matter if you excelled in Mrs. Jordan’s Language Arts class or got picked first in gym class, everyone experiences the awkward, hormonal horror of the middle grades. Although junior high is filled with cringe-worthy moments, the most humorous are often the numerous and short-lived relationships among 13 […]

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