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“Because We Have Problems Too”

“Because We Have Problems Too”

Gael, Isaac, Thomas, Mark, and Kayla are all high school sophomores who have come together to start a podcast in late September of this year. Teenager Therapy is a public recording of a friendship and life as a high schooler. It’s an insightful look at how teens are today. If you’re a teen listening, it […]

Top Ten Newsworthy Events in Talawanda: 2018

Top Ten Newsworthy Events in Talawanda:  2018

New Superintendent On Aug. 1, 2018 Dr. Ed Theroux took the reins as Talawanda’s new superintendent. In his first few months of office Theroux has brought along some major changes, and he seems to be doing well under all of the pressure. A Brave New Mascot As a community Talawanda chose to get rid of the controversial […]

December Horoscope

December Horoscope

Mercury in retrograde ends on December first, making communication easier during the holidays, but before we get to the holidays we have to get through the finals. With the sun in Sagittarius, a fire sign, we should be able to keep our heads up. Then on December 20  we enter hard working Capricorn, but that […]

Winter Break Ideas

Winter Break Ideas

OXFORD, OH — Winter break is coming upon us, and most people have no clue how to spend all of their free time. Lots of students will spend their break at home binge watching Friends or The Office on Netflix and others will be spending their time at work. But have you ever took some […]

LUCKY 13

LUCKY 13

OXFORD — For the past 12 years, the Talawanda High School Swim Team has claimed the league title (2013-2018 SWOC; 2007-2012 FAVC).  Steve Pasquale, head coach (2009-present) hopes to claim the title yet again and much more. However, Pasquale does not simply bank on hope; after 11 years of coaching, he knows what it takes to […]

Presidential Decree Saw Minimal Compliance Yet Was Wildly Successful

Presidential Decree Saw Minimal Compliance Yet Was Wildly Successful

On Friday, Dec. 14 Talawanda High School Student Body President Patrick Geshan officially declared Monday, Dec. 17, 2018 to be “Ugly Sweater Day.”  While some members of the student body took the presidential decree seriously, there were many who did not (most likely the same people who don’t listen to Mr. York when he tells […]

Studying Techniques for Upcoming Exams

Studying Techniques for Upcoming Exams

Bradyn’s Methods So in all of my two years in high school I’ve caught onto the ways of studying pretty quickly. However, we all  have our own ways in which we study, and they may not apply to you. Therefore, use this as a sort of starting kit to learn about the ways you may […]

Do What Makes You Happy

Do What Makes You Happy

OXFORD — Do you really know where you want to go though? And do you know how expensive it is to simply apply? And not only that, but you have to pay to send your ACT score to that specific school. Nothing about this process is cheap or simple. So far I have submitted my […]

Lessons from the Field: On Opportunity. And A Big Decision.

Lessons from the Field: On Opportunity. And A Big Decision.

Knowing what’s coming next is hard. For those exiting THS in May and heading off to a new destination, there’s plenty of uncertainty about what life will be exactly like. For me, someone who doesn’t even know in what part of the country they will be living in next year, it’s a little unnerving. I […]

“Brighten Somebody’s Holidays by Giving”

“Brighten Somebody’s Holidays by Giving”

OXFORD,OH– Twice a year at Talawanda High School all of the students who are older than 16 have the opportunity to come together to make a community: a community that is willing to give for the needs of others. On Monday, Dec.10 students volunteered to donate their blood.  One person’s donation can save a total […]