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THS Graduates and Seniors Give Freshmen Advice

THS Graduates and Seniors Give Freshmen Advice

A Familiar Face in a New Position

A Familiar Face in a New Position

OXFORD, OH — As a Talawanda student walking down the 400 wing you might pass a familiar face. This is the new face of the history department, who is a familiar face to Talawanda. Kyle Mcghehey has gone from being a well-known student here at Talawanda to a student teacher working with Ted Caudill to […]

The Lemon Endorses Candidates for Student Government

The Lemon Endorses Candidates for Student Government

Talawanda Tribune Presents:  The Lemon:  sour satire and fun farce The following is a satire.  If you don’t know what satire is — ask your English teacher.  If they don’t know what satire is — we’re in trouble. Voting for your student government will be the most important thing you do in your high school […]

Chromebooks: The Advancing Technology at Talawanda

Chromebooks: The Advancing Technology at Talawanda

OXFORD, OH– When this school year started, students were pleasantly surprised when we got our chromebooks. Unlike the older chromebooks, the ones we were given this year are not only newer, but have new features such as a touchscreen and a stylus that the old ones didn’t. We were surprised, and intrigued about how, why, […]

Parking Lot Problems

Parking Lot Problems

TALAWANDA HIGH SCHOOL — An overwhelming number of parents and students have admitted to feeling unsafe while navigating the high school parking lot, but what is being done to fix this problem? “I feel very unsafe in the Talawanda parking lot!” Zoe Moore, a junior, said. “Sophomore year there were a bunch of dents in […]

Talawanda’s Unwritten Rule Book

Talawanda’s Unwritten Rule Book

Think of a time when you were in school and encountered the actions of another student that baffled you, perhaps with disgust or shock. When it wasn’t necessarily an offensive or disrespectful behavior, but was certainly still condemnable for the sake of society. Most every high school student has witnessed the unnecessary slow-walkers, rotunda PDA, […]

2018 Fall Sports Preview

2018 Fall Sports Preview

August not only means the start of the school year, but also the fall sports season across Ohio. Talawanda’s Fall Sports teams will look for continued success and improvement in 2018. Here’s your guide for what to expect from every fall team this season; including players to watch, a home schedule, and preview. Make sure […]

Talawanda Football Photo Gallery 8/17/18

Talawanda Football Photo Gallery 8/17/18

Photographs taken at Talawanda High School Football Stadium on Aug. 17, 2018.

Backpacks Aren’t Bulletproof

Backpacks Aren’t Bulletproof

Updated 6/30/18 8:53 a.m.:  On June 28, 2018, Dan Griffin of WLWT reported that following a packed school board meeting on the same day, Hamilton district officials have decided to slow down the process of arming staff members pending further public input.    Note 6/28/18:  According to an article by Michael Clark in the “Journal News,” […]

HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans / Living Without Limits: Not Always The Best

HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans / Living Without Limits: Not Always The Best

For their Journalism Final Exam students wrote two pieces, one objective and one commentary, related to the theme of “technology.”  K.E. FISHER tackled HBO’s sci-fi series “Westworld.” HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans By K.E. FISHER In October of 2016, HBO premiered the science-fiction thriller series “Westworld.” The plotline focuses on the strange […]