Permanent records – opening the folder to your entire academic life

BY WILL MAJCHSZAK Mariemont High School has been keeping permanent records, just as one may guess, permanently. To see yours, all you have to do is ask. Currently enrolled students as well as those who have graduated within the last three years can obtain their records in a closet next to Mr. Nerl’s office (the old […]

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The Bachelorette: Opening Ceremony

BY McKINNON PENNELL AND JEFFREY TIMMERS Welcome to the new season of The Bachelorette. I want to start this season off by saying thank you! Thank you for supporting us, and for coming back to enjoy another journey. We have chosen five young studs to battle for the Bachelorette’s heart this year. We are excited […]

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Mariemont leaders: post-high school

BY HANS HINEBAUGH “Scholars of today, leaders of tomorrow.”  All students in Mariemont High School have at least heard this catchy phrase, but does it truly apply beyond high school?  While Mariemont students might be scholars here in Cincinnati and leaders in the community, after the fourth year of high school, it seems some graduates […]

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Twitter transforms teenage fight clubs

BY COOPER HAYES The stadiums would fill with thousands of the cheering and screaming who watched the spectacle. Gladiators in ancient Rome used to fight to the death in front of large crowds for the pure enjoyment of the fans. While this sort of gratuitous violence may seem alien to students, online battles on Twitter have become […]

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The Warrior Coalition reaches students

BY KAYLA WOOD Students and parents will soon be working together within the Warrior Coalition. The Coalition is an organization that intends to spread awareness of drug and alcohol abuse.  Ultimately, the goal is to prevent drug and alcohol abuse across the district and community. The group is supposed to start incorporating students some time […]

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Viva La Revolution: Protests Continue Around the World

BY COOPER HAYES Check any national newspaper and somewhere on the front page is a story of Venezuela or Ukraine. In these countries, civil unrest has led to mass protests against the current governments. Although similar sounding, these two conflicts are playing out in dramatically different ways. Following the ousting of Ukraine’s president, Viktor Yanukovych, […]

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Recognizing Mariemont’s “behind the scenes” staff members

BY CHRIS CASCELLA People working “behind the scenes” typically attain the title because he or she does important work for a company or group and doesn’t get the recognition that he or she deserves. The same is true for faculty members at Mariemont High School. Many teachers can be found in the hallway in between […]

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