Mariemont Recycling Rumors

BY OWEN DINGLE A few weeks ago, I walked into journalism class eating an almost empty bag of Skyline crackers. As I funnel the last bits of salt and cracker dust into my mouth directly from the crinkly plastic bag, I make my way to the garbage can. I toss the plastic bag into the […]

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Senior Lunch Back in Session

BY LOGAN CAMPBELL The beginning of second quarter is often a fresh start for students. For seniors at Mariemont High School, the beginning of the second quarter means one thing: going out for lunch! Now that senior lunch is underway, students have a sense of this new freedom and how to manage their thirty minute lunch […]

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The Secret Places of the Mariemont School District

BY PETER PAYIATIS Living in the small Mariemont School District few areas are left unknown, unexplored and isolated from the public. Here are the top five places around the district you may not know of. Werner’s Point  Located in the corner of the Terrace Park Nature Preserve, Werner’s Point features a scenic view of the […]

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Twittering Teachers

BY STEPHANIE RENNER Birds have taken over Mariemont High school. There was a lost bird flying around in the library a few weeks ago, and if you listen carefully to the morning meditation music, you may be able to hear the faint noises of birds in a forest. Recently, teachers have been adding their own […]

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A Hound in the Halls: Geary Brings Service Dog in Training to MHS

BY ASHLEY GRIMMER As Mariemont High School students flood into school each morning with backpacks and lunch bags in tow, Junior Catherine Geary has her hands full with something unexpected: a service dog in training.   Her current dog, Chipotle, is a 9-month-old half Newfoundland-half Golden Retriever from 4 Paws for Ability, a nonprofit located […]

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Warpath News Broadcast: Episode 3

BY WILLIAM KEMPER, MADDY KROMER, KENNEDY MCNEIL, JAKE MOTTO, ABBY DODSON, LOGAN CAMPBELL, WILL HENNING, AND DAVIS CHU

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MHS Students’ Turkey Day Traditions

BY GRACIE LYONS The first Thanksgivings were held by the Pilgrims at Plymouth in 1621. Over the years, families have adapted and passed down their own unique ways to celebrate the holiday. A local favorite includes Cincinnati’s 10k Thanksgiving Day Race downtown. Junior Nolan Buck said, “My family makes pies the day before Thanksgiving, and then […]

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