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Talawanda Tribune Publishes May 2022 Magazine: Changing Perspectives

Talawanda Tribune Publishes May 2022 Magazine: Changing Perspectives

Oxford, OH —  Talawanda Tribune staff publishes magazine with the theme of school spirit.  You can read the magazine here,  or look for paper copies around Talawanda High School during final exam week.    

Student Gamer Designs New Club

Student Gamer Designs New Club

Student Gamer Designs New Club By Abdullah Khan If you are a student or faculty at Talawanda, you’ve probably seen the many kids who code and design games at school. Maybe you’re even one of them. But there’s one such game designer that enjoys it so much that he decided to make a club out […]

Why You Should Attend the Next School Board Meeting

Why You Should Attend the Next School Board Meeting

Why You Should Attend the Next School Board Meeting By Abdullah Khan Feb. 17, 2022 School Board members doing the pledge of allegiance.  Film still courtesy of Channel 85 Productions. I went to my first school board meeting on Feb. 17, 2022.  Before I went, I believed the school board meeting would be older people […]

Critical Race Theory: A Moral Panic

Critical Race Theory:  A Moral Panic

Critical Race Theory: A Moral Panic By Eliza Sullivan Public education has long been the site of political battles and controversy, and Eliza Sullivan plans on bringing insight into some of the recent proposed legislation affecting Ohio’s schools.  This is the first piece in her series “Politics in the Schoolhouse.” Over the past few years, […]

Kanye West and Pete Davidson: Civil War

Kanye West and Pete Davidson:  Civil War

Kanye West and Pete Davidson: Civil War Article by Muhammed Khan, Trading Cards by L. Franks Many of you have likely indulged in the musical creations of the popular American rapper, Kanye West (also known as “Ye”), who has released over a hundred songs in his time as a musical artist.  West is well known […]

The Oscars 2022: What You Missed

The Oscars 2022:  What You Missed

The Oscars 2022: What You Missed by JORDAN GRESHAM Credit:  Ariana DeBose, Troy Kotsur and Jessica Chastain — Getty Images This Sunday, March 27 were the Oscars. One of the most popular events of the year, the Oscars commemorate the movies and actors that have come out in the past year. A-list celebrities come together and […]

The Class That Will “Steel” Your Heart

The Class That Will “Steel” Your Heart

This Class Will Steel Your Heart By MORGAN SLY With the wealth of class opportunities available at Talawanda High School, it’s easy to overlook some potential options. When you’re looking for an elective for next year, don’t forget about some of the most interesting classes. Musical ensembles are a great way to expand your horizons […]

The Ongoing Crazordle

The Ongoing Crazordle

By MORGAN SLY If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past month and a half, you’ve heard of the ever-popular word game and a new way of life for many: Wordle. Whether you’re the purist who strongly disagrees with the font change with the new ownership (Times New Roman is basic) or […]

No More Class Rank

No More Class Rank

No More Class Rank  By ABDULLAH KHAN The class of 2023 will not have a valedictorian or salutatorian. Why is that? The school board of Talawanda has decided to remove class ranking as a whole.  Being named a valedictorian or salutatorian is a significant achievement. In general, valedictorians and salutatorians are those individuals who have […]

Fashion Below Freezing: How Students Express Themselves in Winter

Fashion Below Freezing: How Students Express Themselves in Winter

Fashion Below Freezing: How Students Express Themselves in Winter By L. FRANKS It’s February. The excitement of the holidays and winter break have faded as we settle back into a new year. Winter sports are winding down. Outside, temperatures are consistently below freezing; sleeves are long and morale is low. In recent weeks, students paid […]

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