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Hype for the Apocalypse

Hype for the Apocalypse

“The Walking Dead” is an incredibly popular show on the television channel AMC, and the fanbase is most certainly not extinct here at Talawanda High School. The television show takes place in a post apocalyptic America, where a County Sheriff, Rick Grimes, is forced to survive in a world ruled by zombies, or, as they […]

The Game’s Afoot

The Game’s Afoot

Oxford, OH — It’s December 1936 and broadway star WIlliam Gillette (played by senior Tyler Boyd), admired by the world for his lead role in the famous play Sherlock Holmes has invited some of his colleges to his Connecticut Castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, […]

The Poet in the Schoolhouse

The Poet in the Schoolhouse

When you think of poets you think of Edgar Allan Poe or Ernest Hemingway. You wouldn’t think a great young poet would be sitting in a high school teaching teenagers about poetry but he is. Quentin Russell is the Artist in Residence for our school this semester. He runs the Poetry Club which is after […]

Ready! Set! Honk!

Ready!  Set!  Honk!

This spring, Talawanda High’s drama department performed a wonderful production of HONK! under the direction of Ryan Steffen. This was Steffen’s first musical since he resumed the directorial position, and it did not disappoint. Audiences were treated to a blend of classical musical theatre composition and a rural storyline that hits close to home for […]

How Fashionable

How Fashionable

Saturday, April 8th Miami University Fashion and Design held their 11th annual fashion show. Including over 60 student models, 20 student designers, and a projected crowd of over 1,500 people, this is MUF&D’s biggest event of the school year. Unlike others years, this show included a trunk show to advertise local businesses and designers. This […]

Sky

Sky

Tribune reporter A. Howard has been collecting photos of the sky for the past few years.  Here’s some of our favorites: Sunrise in Daytona Beach, Florida on February 22, 2013. Sunset in Hanover, Ohio on July 18, 2015. Sunset in Oxford, Ohio on August 7, 2015. Sunset in uptown Oxford, Ohio on December 8, 2015. […]

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 […]

“Dear Buddy”: Buddy the Elf Gives Holiday Advice

“Dear Buddy”:  Buddy the Elf Gives Holiday Advice

Dear Buddy, Today on the bus a 5th grader told me that Santa Claus isn’t real.  I’m in second grade and I’m not sure.  What do u think?  Is Santa real?  I’m afraid to ask my parents because they told me that kids that don’t beeleaf only get socks and underwears for Christmas. Sinserily,  Cindy […]

“The Shallows” Movie Review

“The Shallows” Movie Review

The Shallows (PG-13) is a great movie directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and written by Anthony Jaswinski. The main character, Nancy Adams, is played by actor, Blake Lively. The suspense-filled movie was released on June 24th, 2016. The film costed about 17 million dollars to make but, made quite a profit afterwards, earning 16.7 million dollars […]

Teacher Best Friend Memes

Teacher Best Friend Memes

You’ve seen ’em in our print edition, and here they are again for your viewing pleasure.  The 2016 Teacher Best Friend memes.  Please vote for who you think are our THS teacher best friends. Squancie:  Twinning and Winning Mr. Meme and his brother from another mother Mr. Cawein Memes Inc.  James D. Sully and Meme […]

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