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Clapping for Cappies

BY STEPHANIE RENNER When Shannon Mathews opened her email during Government class, she had to cover her mouth to hide her smile and keep down her obvious joy. Her review about 42nd Street—a musical performed by Ursuline Academy–was published as the top review for that show on the Cappies of Greater Cincinnati website. “I was […]

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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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The Transition: What is College Really Like?

BY KENNEDY MCNEIL A fresh start, a place to reinvent yourself, freedom from parents, and the best time of your life: college. Are these glorious notions of university true? Looking forward to her fast approaching college experience, senior Courtney Robinson spent late nights sending emails and many hours playing lacrosse to get accepted and be an […]

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A New Groovy Place in Mariemont

BY JACOB MANTLE What is so groovy about the Groovy Gumball? Located right next to Rooted at 6846 Wooster Pike, the local candy shop opened in late August, just in time for school. The business is owned and operated by the Karlson family and has been the buzz of the community. Students, faculty, and community […]

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