The Goodwin Twins: Different is Better

BY ELLIE KAPCAR Collectively, they know 5 languages, own zero cell phones, and have each fulfilled enough credits to graduate high school. Meet Jake and Gordon: the Goodwin twins. The Goodwins are counter-cultural. Neither of them own a cell phone. “Phones can make things really over-complicated because they have a way of tying you to […]

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Mariemont has pride in its newest club

BY MADDY MORIARTY Riley Hayes was a freshman when Mariemont High School students made their first Tweets of support for LGBTQ+ students in our community.  Avery Davis was a sophomore experiencing harassment online from a fellow student for being openly gay. Students scrolling through Twitter to avoid doing homework on a Monday night in 2014 […]

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Easels Explained

BY CHARLES SCHOOLER With a quick walk around the front of the building, in the math and english pods you will notice oversized easels supporting artwork created by students. This art switch-up is new this year and has been prompted by new additions to the school. The new collaboration space near the auditorium is a […]

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Jersday Thursday Hanging by a Thread

BY WILL KEMPER Every Thursday, Mariemont High Schoolers are seen walking the halls in their favorite jerseys. Basketball, soccer, football, and hockey jerseys can be found covering the upper halves of students  in any classroom. That was the scene two years ago. While Thursdays were once known as Jersey Thursday or Jersday Thursday. This year it is not […]

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Mrs. Hasselbeck: Mariemont’s newest art teacher

BY KAYLA DEWEY Being new to a community as tightly-knit as Mariemont can be difficult and stressful. Mariemont’s newest art teacher, Mrs. Hasselbeck, has stepped up to the challenge and started to adapt and enjoy the changes to her everyday routine. “I enjoy the challenge of getting to know new people and places,” says Hasselbeck. “The most exciting […]

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Moms in the Main Office?

BY ERIC TASSOS As some students may know, there was a new device to enhance security installed at the front counter in the main office. But that is not the only new thing about the office. We have found ourselves a pair of new administrative assistants. Enter Jean-Marie Nelson and Dee Walter. Walter and Nelson, both residents of […]

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Quinn Driggett: Fantasy Football Guru

BY LOGAN CAMPBELL On Thursday, September 8th, 2016, at 8:30 AM, the NFL season began with the Broncos and Panthers facing off in a post-Super Bowl rematch (the Broncos defeated the Panthers last season in Super Bowl 50, 24-10). Fantasy football player,  junior Quinn Driggett, had his eyes peeled on the TV screen when the first whistle blew of game […]

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