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Talawanda Teacher Confessions

Talawanda Teacher Confessions

The Tribune asked Talawanda teachers to confess their deep-dark teacher secrets and here’s what we learned about the skeletons in your favorite teachers’ closets: My first year of teaching I was chewing gum while helping a student and my gum fell onto his textbook. I picked it up and put it back in my mouth […]

Ready! Set! Honk!

Ready!  Set!  Honk!

This spring, Talawanda High’s drama department performed a wonderful production of HONK! under the direction of Ryan Steffen. This was Steffen’s first musical since he resumed the directorial position, and it did not disappoint. Audiences were treated to a blend of classical musical theatre composition and a rural storyline that hits close to home for […]

Prom Photo Gallery

Prom Photo Gallery

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Nothing Compares to You: A Tribute to Prince

Nothing Compares to You:  A Tribute to Prince

Prince Rogers Nelson was a singer/songwriter born June 7, 1958 in Minnesota. He passed away April 21, 2016. Prince was a singer/songwriter whose work was a range of rock, funk, soul and more, and was even ranked 27 out of 100 Greatest Artists by “Rolling Stone.” He was known as “the most influential artists of […]

How Fashionable

How Fashionable

Saturday, April 8th Miami University Fashion and Design held their 11th annual fashion show. Including over 60 student models, 20 student designers, and a projected crowd of over 1,500 people, this is MUF&D’s biggest event of the school year. Unlike others years, this show included a trunk show to advertise local businesses and designers. This […]

Editorial: Programming the Future

Editorial:  Programming the Future

            I don’t believe that there should be driverless cars in the future. As much as I distrust the judgement of all humans in cars, I distrust technology that flawed humans have created even more. Similar to doing a multi-step math equation, once you round a number and use the […]

Movies You Should See Before You Graduate

Movies You Should See Before You Graduate

With summer coming up and plenty of time to watch movies, “The Tribune” asked your teachers what films they thought students should see before they graduate high school and here are their recommendations:   “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (1966) recommended by Mr. Maynard “The Godfather” Part I (1972) & Part II (1974), […]

This is What Democracy Looks Like

This is What Democracy Looks Like

          On January 21st, 2017 the world witnessed something truly historic–the largest protest in United States history.                      An estimated 4.2 million people across the US marched in harmony with the Women’s March on Washington; sister marches took place in over 500 […]

Talawanda Teachers Tie the Knot: The Ruthers

Talawanda Teachers Tie the Knot:  The Ruthers

                           According to the Census Bureau’s 2014 American Community Survey, people who are in the field of teaching are more likely to marry other teachers. THS is definitely not short on teaching couples and Mr. Ruther and Ms. Ruther are not only both […]

Classroom Close-Ups

Classroom Close-Ups

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