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THS Cross Country Takes First at SWOC

THS Cross Country Takes First at SWOC

After working hard all summer and fall, the THS boys and girls cross country teams have both taken first place at SWOC. “There is a quote by Juma Ikangaa that says ‘The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare.’ Our runners prepared themselves and it paid off with an outstanding performance by […]

The Rebirth of Avatar: the Last Airbender

The Rebirth of Avatar: the Last Airbender

The Rebirth of Avatar: the Last Airbender Warning: Spoilers Ahead By RZW Avatar: the Last Airbender (often referred to as ATLA) is a show about a world where there are four elements which are able to be manipulated by benders from the Fire Nation, Earth Kingdom, Water Tribes, or Air Nomads. Benders are only able […]

The Magic of Storytelling – A Folklore Review

The Magic of Storytelling – A Folklore Review

The Magic of Storytelling – A Folklore Review By HILEY KRESSE Taylor is back at it again. A short 11 months after the drop of her seventh studio album, Lover, Taylor Swift has released her eighth studio album, a surprise drop titled folklore. Written over quarantine, the 16 track album was released on July 24, […]

Remote Learning: The Benefits and Drawbacks for Ninth Graders at THS

Remote Learning: The Benefits and Drawbacks for Ninth Graders at THS

Remote Learning: The Benefits and Drawbacks for Ninth Graders at THS Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the class of 2024 is unable to experience the beginning of their first year of high-school. Instead, they have started freshman year remotely through google classroom, Zoom calls, and more. There are both benefits and drawbacks of remote learning. […]

On-Line or In Person? An Interview With Talawanda’s Director of Curriculum

On-Line or In Person?  An Interview With Talawanda’s Director of Curriculum

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Top 10 Weirdest Things Students Have Been Caught Doing on Zoom

Top 10 Weirdest Things Students Have Been Caught Doing on Zoom

Their teachers’ taxes, that’s right Elizabeth Cantrel was caught doing the taxes of Ms. Klovekorn during her 6th period zoom meeting. Robert Schonlau was seen selling their cousin to the Swiss mafia in exchange for a half-eaten chocolate bar while he was supposed to be doing Ms. Klovekorn’s taxes. When asked why she was zooming […]

Teen Mental Health Amidst the Pandemic

Teen Mental Health Amidst the Pandemic

Teen Mental Health Amidst the Pandemic by K.E. FISHER I’m sure most folks remember March 12, if you haven’t blocked it out yet. We didn’t know it at the time, but it was the last day of in-person classes for the 2019-2020 school year. Activities and sports all shut down within a few days (some […]

Staying Positive and Working Hard: THS Cross Country

Staying Positive and Working Hard:  THS Cross Country

Staying Positive and Working Hard: THS Cross Country By MUHAMMED KHAN, Tribune Staff & THS Cross Country Runner Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, our cross country team is able to have a season this year. They are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of all athletes. Regardless of these changes, the team is working hard […]

Op-Ed on the Democratic National Convention

Op-Ed on the Democratic National Convention

BY JEAN R PATEMAN Did you watch the DNC? Probably not, I mean who wants to watch this boring, slightly antiquated and redundant tv program- about politics? Well I did. I prepared like I do for a long night of studying or catching up on late assignments. Some food, for distraction, something to drink, for […]

An Open Letter to Talawanda High School Students

An Open Letter to Talawanda High School Students

Pride.  Integrity.  Excellence.  Three words that we would see every school day on the walls of Talawanda High if we were there.  Oh those walls; I miss them.  Not as much as I miss seeing all of you in person though.  Catching you making TikToks by the 400 wing window sill.  Watching you jam at […]

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