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Mythbusters: Senioritis at Mariemont

BY COURTNEY DUNNING Senioritis—you know exactly what I am talking about. Senioritis is a supposed affliction of students characterized by a decline in motivation in their last year of high school. At Mariemont it seems to be a debilitating disease especially relevant in the last few months of school. I took to the halls to […]

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If the Mariemont High School walls could talk

BY CHARLES SCHOOLER I’ve been poked and prodded by pins. I’ve been graffitied by bored students whose minds are elsewhere.   I’ve seen future doctors and social workers and senators and civil rights activists.  I’ve seen bad days, tears and heartbreak. I’ve seen hard work and 100%s. I’ve seen hard work and 47%s. I’ve seen […]

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Testing a Chipotle Conspiracy Theory

BY ELLIE KAPCAR So my sister has a conspiracy theory. When she orders Chipotle on the app, she typically names her burrito “Derek” because she believes they’ll pack it with more food than under her name, “Abbie.” Is there any truth to this? After a tiresome investigation, I’m retiring from my short-lived career of testing […]

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A Day at MVCA: One Warrior’s Perspective

BY STEPHANIE RENNER How different can two schools be that are only 2 miles apart? MVCA, or Miami Valley Christian Academy is in Newtown; a 6 minute drive from our high school. It has roughly 350 students from Kindergarten-12th grade. A month ago, I went there for “Ambassador Day” to shadow one of my friends. […]

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