Warpath’s men’s bathroom review

BY PARKER SULLIVAN, CONNOR BORTZ, AND WILLIAM MAJCHSZAK  

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No Excuses: Gym Venues

BY ANDRE MELLING High schoolers can get busy at times, and even without playing a sport, one can be occupied with schoolwork, having a job, social life, and sleep (that still exists right?). Whether someone wants to build muscle or just stay in shape, a gym is helpful to achieving fitness goals. One may wonder which gym […]

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@MeninistTweet: The Satirical Dilemma

BY NICHOLAS PAYIATIS Preface: We respect that everybody has the right to define their own set of moral comedic standards.  This opinion piece portrays another perspective on what some may see as incendiary satire. “Nick you look like a terrorist with that grizzly beard.” “You are a greasy penny-pinching Greek.” “You are like a caveman with […]

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Tommy Kauffman returns to Mariemont High School’s Track Team

BY STEVE HASSEY When Tommy Kauffmann ran cross country at Xavier, he trained by running home the six miles from Xaver to Mariemont each evening for a family dinner. Now, Kauffmann, a member of Mariemont’s class of 2007, is coaching the distance runners on Mariemont high school’s track team, a place where he first set school […]

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Tumblr for dummies

BY MADDY MORIARTY According to the founder and CEO of Tumblr, David Karp, Tumblr was created to be an “online home.” An avid Tumblr user would most likely laugh at this; not only do 30-50 million people call Tumblr their “home,” it has become a personal diary, a portfolio, and an online identity. It is possible […]

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The Scratching Post: Free Cat Petting

BY ANDRE MELLING “I like cats,” states Anna Stehling. This seems to be a common opinion in the High School as approximately two out of every five students surveyed replied that they are cat-likers. One of the best places to see, pet, and potentially adopt cats in the area is the Scratching Post, a cat shelter that has […]

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PARCC testing puts future of education into question

BY GUNNAR NIXON Slumping over a desk with dark rings surrounding his eyes, the fatigue had finally set in. Staring at a computer screen for 4 hours on that Thursday morning had taken it out of him, freshman Jack Ballard was exhausted.“The PARCC test was undoubtedly four of the most mentally demanding hours of my […]

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