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New Setting Stone Magazine

New Setting Stone Magazine

Setting Stone Liberal Arts Magazine has published this year’s issue, the group’s eleventh volume. “This is a very unique issue,” stated head editor Morgan Murray.  “In correlation to the theme of this publication, Versus, our magazine is two-sided: one side directly opposing the other.” The design functions so that, when readers reach the middle of […]

Google logo is playable synthesizer today

Google logo is playable synthesizer today

In honor of Robert Moog’s 78th birthday, today’s Google logo is a playable MiniMoog synthesizer. Manufactured between 1970 and 1980, the iconic MiniMoog was one of the first widely distributed synthesizers and has been featured on a number of landmark recordings.  The reissued version, the MiniMoog Voyager, remains popular today. The Google Moog is based […]

Three Qualify for Regional Meet

Three Qualify for Regional Meet

Three Talawanda runners will be competing in the Regional track meet Friday, May 18.  Nathanael Robinson, Jessica Tegge, and Ben Whiteman all placed within the top 4 finishers in the district meet last friday, moving them on to regionals. Senior Nathanael Robinson qualified the 1600, placing fifth and running  a time of 4:33.03.  This will […]

Fourteen and a Half Questions with Ted Caudill

Fourteen and a Half Questions with Ted Caudill

I had the chance to sit down with one of the coolest, spunkiest and loud teachers at THS, Mr. Caudill. Here’s what we talked about. Where’s your place of birth? Greensburg, Pennsylvania. How long have you been at this teaching thing? Fifteen years. If you could go to any place in the world, where would you […]

Earthquake in Italy

On Sunday, May 21, Northern Italy was struck with a magnitude 6.o earthquake, leaving many people to live in the streets. The quake killed seven and injured around 50 people, however it also caused  “significant damage to the cultural heritage” of Emilia Romagna region, the government said. Around 3,000 people were evacuated in fears of more […]

Slash: Apocalyptic Love Review

Slash: Apocalyptic Love Review

On May 22, 2012, rock legend, Slash released his second official solo album, Apocalyptic Love, His first with his new “band” Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. This is his follow up to his 2010 album, simply titled Slash, which featured an ensemble of singers ranging everywhere from Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas to Lemmy Kilmister  of […]

THS Art Show: Featuring Creative Talents of Students

THS Art Show: Featuring Creative Talents of Students

The Talawanda High School art show is this Thursday, May 24 from 5:00-7:00 pm at the Miami University Art Museum. The show will feature selected works from THS students participating in the various art classes within the school.  “I feel like my students’ quality of work in the past two years has doubled in not […]

‘Terminator 3’ Actor Nick Stahl Reported Missing

‘Terminator 3’ Actor Nick Stahl Reported Missing

The Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed that thirty-two year old, Nick Stahl has been reported missing. His wife, Rose Stahl submitted a report on Monday. She claimed her husband was last seen on Wednesday, May 9th. Back in Febuary Stahl’s wife reportedly filed papers describing her worry that Stahl may be using drugs. He […]

Tribune Graduation Issue Printed

Tribune Graduation Issue Printed

Due to financial issues, the Talawanda Tribune ceased printing in December of 2011. This resulted in the new Talawanda Tribune web page that allows the writers to easily publish news stories. However, due to a generous donation from the Pestana family, the last graduation issue of 2012 will be in print. “I was speechless when […]

Bryce Harper to Retire from MLB

Bryce Harper, the crown and jewel of the Washington Nationals, has decided to hang up his cleats after a tumultuous three week long tenure in professional baseball. Harper, 19, made the announcement at a press conference held at his new condo at an assisted living facility in Chevy Chase, Maryland on May 16th. “The time […]