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Key Club Sponsored Super Smash Brothers Tournament on March 1, 2019

Key Club Sponsored Super Smash Brothers Tournament on March 1, 2019

Key Club sponsored a Super Smash Brothers Tournament to raise money for charity. Junior Bricen Raynold won the top honors by beating sophomore Matt June in the final round. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_slideshow”]

Review: Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy”

Review:  Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy”

Once superhero kids, now dysfunctional adults. One day 43 women gave birth, but none of them were pregnant that day when they woke up. Billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves wanted to adopt as many of those kids as he could… he only got seven. He decided to make them a crime- fighting division because they all […]

Galentine’s Day: “Ladies Celebrating Ladies”

Galentine’s Day:  “Ladies Celebrating Ladies”

Every year, during the dreary month of February, comes one of the most hated and debated holidays of them all: Valentine’s Day. The originally Catholic holiday has been widely celebrated in America since the nineteenth century as a celebration of romantic love. In recent years, Valentine’s Day has come under criticism, particularly for it’s commercialism […]

Lessons from the Field: From Starting Line to Tee Box. And a Rewarding Tale of Self-Growth.

Lessons from the Field: From Starting Line to Tee Box. And a Rewarding Tale of Self-Growth.

It was late July before my junior year, and my family was on vacation for a baseball tournament my brother was playing in South Carolina. We were staying on a golf course not far from the beach. At the time, back in Ohio, I was missing my annual summer golf program called The First Tee. […]

Life on a Screen

Life on a Screen

Technology is a problem that can cause many issues in our life and we don’t even notice it yet. They can cause anger, anxiety, and much more. Many studies have been taken and their data points to us having a problem. A sort of addiction. If you walk down the street, down the bus aisle, […]

More Tattoos at Talawanda

More Tattoos at Talawanda

OXFORD — If you look closely around the halls of Talawanda, you will see many people with ink on their skin. As with every person, every tattoo has a story behind it. Sophomore, Alexis H. got her first tattoo, a colon cancer ribbon, in seventh grade. She got it to remember her great grandma, who […]

Hiley’s Top Ten Songs of 2018

Hiley’s Top Ten Songs of 2018

God is a woman – Ariana Grande “God is a woman” is a song that pretty much everyone is familiar with, and it had a top-ten peak on the charts in 17 countries. I think I love this song for the same reason that most people love it, because it is a ballad about the […]

This Article Is Triggering My OCD

This Article Is Triggering My OCD

A strange movement has reared its head in popular culture and seems to have traveled quickly from social media and television into the halls of Talawanda High School.  A student doesn’t have to listen too attentively to hear a conversation in which someone inevitably claims that something is “triggering my OCD” or “giving me OCD.” […]

The Weight We Carry

The Weight We Carry

There’s things you can see:  textbooks, Chromebook, a lot of pencils, some gum, notebooks we never write in, headphones and deodorant because people just need to second-coat that throughout the day. There’s things you can’t see:  the pressure that gets put on us, the fact that we’re actually stressed about grades, messed-up sleep schedules because […]

Ed Theroux brings a Hands-on, Community Start to His First Months as Superintendent

Ed Theroux brings a Hands-on, Community Start to His First Months as Superintendent

Oxford, OH — Dr. Ed Theroux, Talawanda’s new superintendent, likes pancakes more than waffles. His favorite color is blue. And he has big ideas for Talawanda. In the short months he has been superintendent, he has already interacted with students, staff, and the community of Talawanda, from meeting Dr. Amanda Weatherwax’s Journalism class at the high […]

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