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The Shortage of the Nintendo Switch and the Rise of Animal Crossing

The Shortage of the Nintendo Switch and the Rise of Animal Crossing

The Shortage of the Nintendo Switch and the Rise of Animal Crossing By RITA ZHOU-WANG The Nintendo Switch came out in March 2017, but as quarantine measures took place all over the world this year, the Switch has become sold out in stores like GameStop, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart. Even if they are available […]

“It’ll Be Okay”:  Setting Stone Hosts Second Virtual Coffee House

“It’ll Be Okay”:  Setting Stone Hosts Second Virtual Coffee House

“It’ll Be Okay”:  Setting Stone Hosts Second Virtual Coffee House Article and Screenshot Photos By Waxy OXFORD, OH  On Friday, May 22, 2020 Talawanda High School’s Setting Stone Literary Art Magazine held its second virtual Coffee House on Instagram Live.  Recent THS graduate Betsy Philips hosted the 45-minute event and concluded with the comment “doing […]

Tribune Watched it: Graduation Movie Night

Tribune Watched it:  Graduation Movie Night

THS graduating senior Eleanor Prytherch crowd-sourced some movie recommendations on Instagram for a graduation-themed movie night.  Even if you’re not graduating, these coming-of-age films are sure to entertain and give you nostalgia as we end this unprecedented school year. Eleanor recommends The Perks of Being a Wallflower based on the book of the same title […]

Seniors Pick Up Caps & Gowns: Photo Story

Seniors Pick Up Caps & Gowns:  Photo Story

Setting Stone’s First Instagram Live Coffee House

Setting Stone’s First Instagram Live Coffee House

Setting Stone’s First Instagram Live Coffee House By A. Weatherwax Oxford, OH — Setting Stone Coffee House host Betsy Phillips said, “the theme of tonight is technical difficulties,” but really the theme was talent as Talawanda High School students and staff took their bedroom and basement stages live at their first ever Instagram performance on […]

More Quarantunes

More Quarantunes

Tribune advisor Amanda Weatherwax asked students and teachers to send her a list of some of the songs that are helping them to get through the quarantine.  There was an overwhelming response resulting in two Tribune Spotify playlists: Quaranteens Quarantunes Songs suggested by Talawanda High School Students Music expresses that which cannot be said and […]

Quarantunes: Ten Songs to Survive Quarantine

Quarantunes:  Ten Songs to Survive Quarantine

Well, if you were to ask me two months ago how I thought this spring would go, this is probably the farthest thing from what I would have guessed. With everything that’s going on, it’s so important to find healthy ways to work through the roller coaster of emotions that is Quarantine 2020. Personally, I’ve […]

NHS Volleyball Tournament

NHS Volleyball Tournament

A 2020 Take on “Glee”

A 2020 Take on “Glee”

Although the last episode of Ryan Murphy’s Glee aired on March 20, 2015, today’s teenagers still have very strong opinions on the show.  The entire series can be streamed on Netflix, and Hiley Kresse, resident Tribune expert on all things Glee, has some favorite and least favorites. Top Ten Glee Songs “Smooth Criminal” “Valerie” “Nasty/Rhythm […]

Talawanda Teachers’ Favorite Romantic Movies and Songs

Talawanda Teachers’ Favorite Romantic Movies and Songs

Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity for watching romantic movies. Luckily, there are plenty of them to choose from. Here are some of the favorite romantic movies of Talawanda High School teachers. Dirty Dancing – Heather Cole Love Actually – Holli Morrish  My Cousin Vinny – TJ Pearson Return to Me – Tom York Say […]

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