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Five Unconventional Love Songs

Five Unconventional Love Songs

Regina Spektor- Dance Anthem of the 80’s https://youtu.be/-okd1I1V3q8 Nostalgia provides a distinct prospect into euphoric memories, but also a way for introspection. Both a tribute and a deconstruction, Regina Spektor offers her usual eccentric and bubbly lyricism, but in a style not of her own. Unknown Mortal Orchestra- Multi-Love https://youtu.be/bEtDVy55shI Love as we all know, […]

Photo Story: The Eyes of Talawanda

Photo Story:  The Eyes of Talawanda

Setting Stone Winter Coffee House

Setting Stone Winter Coffee House

Oxford — The Setting Stone winter coffee house will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 9 in the Talawanda High School cafeteria. For those of you who enjoy poetry, fear not for the acts range everywhere from poetry readings to band performances. Tickets will be on sale at lunch during the week of […]

Max’s Top Ten Favorite Albums of 2017

Max’s Top Ten Favorite Albums of 2017

King Krule- The OOZ I can’t say I expected to enjoy this album as much as I did, and I enjoyed this album a lot. It’s not often seen a piece drip with so much style and have just as much substance to back it up. Archie Marshall continues to be an intriguing character, but […]

Destiny. . . To Succeed

Destiny. . . To Succeed

“Destiny” is an incredibly popular video game made by Bungie, the creators of other amazing games such as “Halo: Reach.” The game revolves around the Guardians, who are just “normal” people who were born under a substance known as “the Light.” In the game, you are put to the test against multiple alien and robotic […]

The Game’s Afoot

The Game’s Afoot

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All the Bright Places By: Jennifer Niven

All the Bright Places By: Jennifer Niven

Oxford OH– “The world breaks everyone, and afterward, many are strong at the broken places.”- Ernest Hemingway At the beginning of this book Jennifer Niven paints a picture of a 12th grader named Theodore Finch perched on the sixth-story ledge of his school’s bell tower, arms extended, welcoming the spectators below to his death scene. […]

Sylvan Esso Plays Ryman

Sylvan Esso Plays Ryman

I first heard Sylvan Esso at the Vogue Theatre in Indianapolis in September of 2013. I remember it well. They were opening for Volcano Choir, the band I had traveled to Indy to see. When I got there, the duo, Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn, were already on stage. On the right side stood a […]

Major Accomplishments

Major Accomplishments

OXFORD–You take a deep breath and count to four. You can’t see the crowd because of the stadium lights glaring down into your eyes, but you know there is a full friday night stadium staring at you. You keep your head high and your eyes set to kill- and you’re walking out onto the field. […]

Homecoming Game

Homecoming Game