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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┬áhours 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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MHS Welcomes Miss B

BY KATE OVERBEY After a few weeks at Mariemont High School, you may have seen a new face around the halls of the Math Pod. Blond and perky, Heather Butt, known to her students as Miss B, is the new geometry teacher, filling the absence of Mrs. Mock on the edge of the Math Pod. […]

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Mariemont Softball : A Dying Program Rising from the Ashes

BY STEPHANIE RENNER AND KAYLA DEWEY Lead hitter Kasey Jones steps into the batter’s box, her team cheering for her as she confidently walks up to the plate. As she stands at an angle to get maximum power, the perfect pitch comes. She seizes the opportunity and smashes it into the outfield, already past first […]

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