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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Ms. Pontious bids Mariemont band farewell

BY JUDE HART There is never an idle moment in the life of a Mariemont band director. They have to teach at both the Terrace Park and the Mariemont elementary schools, as well as the junior high and the high school. On top of that, they’re in charge of marching band, pep band, AND concert […]

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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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Sculpture Class Creates Cardboard Chairs

BY OWEN DINGLE Tara Hasselbeck’s sixth bell Sculpture class was given a challenge three weeks ago to create a cardboard chair that could support someone sitting on it. The students were only allowed to use cardboard and glues (wood glue and hot glue) to create their sculptures by the deadline: Spring Break (March 24, 2017). […]

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