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THS Mock Trial: State Bound

THS Mock Trial:  State Bound

On Friday, February 10, 2017 the Talawanda Mock Trial team beat teams from Springfield and St. Xavier High Schools to win their bid to State Competition.  Seniors Dakota Bailey-VanKuren (Outstanding Attorney) and Kendall Cramer (Outstanding Witness) and junior Amily ZhouWang (Outstanding Witness) won awards at regionals. On Thursday, March 9 THS Team Io will travel […]

Spring Social Photo Gallery

Spring Social Photo Gallery

Read More about the Spring Social! Student shows his moves at the Buddy Dance on March 3, 2017. Awesome moves! Buddies dancing. Aw yeah, a line dance! THS faculty supporting the Spring Social.    

Buddy Dance Aims to Bring Community Together

Buddy Dance Aims to Bring Community Together

OXFORD  – In its second year at Talawanda, the Spring Social Buddy Dance is aiming high to create an inclusive, welcoming environment to anyone that wants to attend. Touting itself as a community-wide celebration, the Dance’s mission is to simply bring people together in a casual environment to enjoy eachother’s company. Sophomore English and Speech […]

It Gets Better Shares Their Message of Equality

It Gets Better Shares Their Message of Equality

On February 23, 2017 the It Gets Better Tour through the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles conducted two performances at Talawanda High School in the Performing Arts Center.  The eight actors/singers brought stories and music with an anti-bullying message.  Performer Tyler told freshmen and sophomores a story about being bullied by students for his […]

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THS Athletes Face Ligamentous Knee Injuries Part II

THS Athletes Face Ligamentous Knee Injuries Part II

The following are profiles of the THS athletes that have suffered ligamentous knee injuries: Albert Kirpach is an 18 year old Senior that has played football for two years.  His injury, two torn menisci and a torn ACL in his left knee, was the result of a collision with another player during a home game. […]

Should College Football Playoffs Remain at Four Teams?

Should College Football Playoffs Remain at Four Teams?

CFP should remain at 4 teams As we approach the postseason of College Football, many people think it’s necessary to evaluate the current system that is used to determine a College Football champion. Some can argue that it already needs to be changed, while others think that it should be kept the way it is. […]

Top Ten Holiday Gifts for Teens

Top Ten Holiday Gifts for Teens

Electric Blankets Being a teenager is stressful. You’re constantly tired and High School is kicking your butt. Perhaps the best gift I’ve ever received was not a new phone, but an electric blanket.   Very Fluffy Pillow Once again, I bring up the point that High School is not fun. Getting enough sleep to survive […]

Things to do in Oxford Over Holiday Break

Things to do in Oxford Over Holiday Break

If you find yourself stuck in the Ox-box this holiday season and have finished watching every show on Netflix, here are some alternatives to sitting around the dinner table answering questions about college. Enjoy some free-skating time at the Goggin Ice Center on Miami’s campus; Check out new releases at AMC theater in Hamilton; Partake […]

Holiday in Oxford: Photo Story

Holiday in Oxford:  Photo Story

 Decorated Bodega Sandwich Deli on High St. late afternoon. Municipal Building on High St. The Oxford Lions doing their annual Christmas tree sale in the park. Wildberry’s clever ad along the sidewalk of High St. Christmas flag on the traffic light post in the intersection between S Main St. and E High St. President of Miami’s festive house in […]

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