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Opinion: There is no such thing as a ‘Good Cop’ By JEAN R. PATEMAN  This controversial opinion seems to be growing in popularity as the Black Lives Matters protests gain international momentum following the murder of George Floyd. Since the increase in police violence and murder of black lives, there has been a spike in […]

Talawanda Food Distribution Continues in June

Talawanda Food Distribution Continues in June

“It’ll Be Okay”:  Setting Stone Hosts Second Virtual Coffee House

“It’ll Be Okay”:  Setting Stone Hosts Second Virtual Coffee House

“It’ll Be Okay”:  Setting Stone Hosts Second Virtual Coffee House Article and Screenshot Photos By Waxy OXFORD, OH  On Friday, May 22, 2020 Talawanda High School’s Setting Stone Literary Art Magazine held its second virtual Coffee House on Instagram Live.  Recent THS graduate Betsy Philips hosted the 45-minute event and concluded with the comment “doing […]

Tribune Watched it: Graduation Movie Night

Tribune Watched it:  Graduation Movie Night

THS graduating senior Eleanor Prytherch crowd-sourced some movie recommendations on Instagram for a graduation-themed movie night.  Even if you’re not graduating, these coming-of-age films are sure to entertain and give you nostalgia as we end this unprecedented school year. Eleanor recommends The Perks of Being a Wallflower based on the book of the same title […]

“This Changes Everything” Talawanda Students Featured on Latest Democracy and Z Podcast Episode

“This Changes Everything” Talawanda Students Featured on Latest Democracy and Z Podcast Episode

Oxford, OH  Freshman journalism student Eliot Berberich facilitated a virtual conversation with Talawanda High School students about the pandemic.  Listen to students discuss how their lives have changed, as well as their insights about government response, privilege, and the future.  Episode 5 “This Changes Everything” features Peter Averbach (12th), Eliot Berberich (9th), Ella Cope (12th), […]

What’s Your Six-Word Quarantine Story?

What’s Your Six-Word Quarantine Story?

By THS STUDENTS Cover photo courtesy of Liz Hudak Jimmy Fallon asked viewers to describe their quarantine experiences in six words @#MyQuarantineInSixWords.  Talawanda students took on the challenge, and here are some of their stories: Missing real ones, ugly crying always. Can’t sleep, can’t eat, going crazy. Staying safe from corona; mask on. Misses stunting […]

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Special Feature

By THS STUDENTS THS English teacher Amanda Weatherwax posed the following question to her Honors English I students:  What is the single most important question that a high school student can ask?  Here are some of their responses. Single Most Important Question  By ANONYMOUS I go to school with roughly 1,000 other students.  I only […]

Talawanda Writing Buddies Talk About Quarantine

Talawanda Writing Buddies Talk About Quarantine

Talawanda Writing Buddies Talk About Quarantine By Susan Slattery’s Stars & Amanda Weatherwax’s Word Wizards Cover art drawn and photographed by Ella Prytherch, THS Class of 2020 In the 2019-20 school year students in Mrs. Slattery’s fifth grade class at Marshall Elementary and students in Ms. Weatherwax’s ninth grade ELA class at THS were writing […]

Seniors Pick Up Caps & Gowns: Photo Story

Seniors Pick Up Caps & Gowns:  Photo Story

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Pandemic Lessons:  THS Students Write About What Their Generation Should be Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic By HONORS ENGLISH I STUDENTS Talawanda High School students in Honors English I were asked to write 500 words about what they think their generation should be learning from the current global health crisis.  Here are some of their […]

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