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Images from the Setting Stone Spring Coffee House

Images from the Setting Stone Spring Coffee House

Leaving the Buckeye State

Leaving the Buckeye State

Applying for college can be one of the most stressful high school experiences. Many seniors have expressed their worries and stresses about the application process and the school they want to attend.  This is the moment that determines everything for seniors at Talawanda High School who are trying to decide which school to join. Only […]

Freedom Summer- Commemorating 50 Years

Freedom Summer- Commemorating 50 Years

Fifty years this June marks the anniversary for the beginning of a vital period in Mississippi history. This event marked a change in social equalities that impacted the entire United States and is known as Freedom Summer. Freedom summer, also known as the Mississippi Summer Project, was a non-violent civil rights movement that took place […]

Photos From “Sing Down the Moon”

Photos From “Sing Down the Moon”

9 Hours Nightly: High School Students Still Sleep Deprived

9 Hours Nightly: High School Students Still Sleep Deprived

     You know it when it happens. Your brain consumes way too much time wrestling listlessly with simple tasks. Your eyes threaten to drop shut with every lull in a conversation. You become irritable and you don’t enjoy life as much as you should. If you haven’t already guessed, it’s a condition extraordinarily common […]

Which Mo is Best?

Which Mo is Best?

                Vote on your favorite THS moustache grown during Movember!                                    

Talawanda Hosts New AFS Students

Talawanda Hosts New AFS Students

On Friday, November 22, Talawanda High School hosted 18 additional AFS exchange students for one day. Each new AFS student shadows a student from Talawanda to see what school is like at THS, opposed to their regular school in the Cincinnati area. Paulina Quintana, an AFS student from Chile who attends Walnut Hills high school, […]

Miami Holds Human Rights and Social Justice Program

Miami Holds Human Rights and Social Justice Program

On the week of November 18-21, Miami University held their 10th annual Human Rights and Social Justice program. The purpose of the program was to raise awareness about social, cultural, and economic human rights violations, and promote social justice action/advocacy. Student and local organizations shared information about their work related to social justice and human […]

“The Great American Trailer Park Musical” Comes to Oxford

Oxford Area Community Theater is putting on the musical “The Great American Trailer Park Musical”, and one of their leading roles is THS biology teacher Ben Mattox. Directed by Rebecca Howard, the production follows the relationships between residents at the Armadillo Acres Trailer Park in Florida, particularly between a stripper named Pipi, an agoraphobic woman […]

Talawanda Baseball Fields Not Yet Finished

Talawanda Baseball Fields Not Yet Finished

Talawanda baseball and softball field dugouts are not yet built, but treasurer Mike Davis said once a builder is contracted, dugouts can be built in about four weeks. “The architect tells me that dugouts are not complex structures,” Davis said in an email. “There is still some reasonably good weather days ahead before we hit […]

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