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The Lemon: Tribune Makes Prom 2021 Predictions

The Lemon:  Tribune Makes Prom 2021 Predictions

The Lemon:  Tribune Makes Prom 2021 Predictions By STAFF Talawanda administration hasn’t yet released the plan for Prom 2021, but we here at The Tribune have some ideas on what it’s going to look like: Mr. Schmid will be riding around on a Segway with a squirt gun full of hand sanitizer. This year’s prom […]

The Lemon

The Lemon

The holidays are coming up soon, and for many people that means seeing family and friends that you normally don’t. With the ongoing pandemic this can be difficult to do safely, so here are 10 tips and tricks to safely enjoy the holidays: Don’t have friends: One way to cut the spread of Covid-19 is […]

Top 10 Weirdest Things Students Have Been Caught Doing on Zoom

Top 10 Weirdest Things Students Have Been Caught Doing on Zoom

Their teachers’ taxes, that’s right Elizabeth Cantrel was caught doing the taxes of Ms. Klovekorn during her 6th period zoom meeting. Robert Schonlau was seen selling their cousin to the Swiss mafia in exchange for a half-eaten chocolate bar while he was supposed to be doing Ms. Klovekorn’s taxes. When asked why she was zooming […]

Tribune Tries It: White Elephant Gift Exchange

Tribune Tries It:  White Elephant Gift Exchange

A White Elephant Gift Exchange is the perfect way to get and give a fun gift with your friends or family this holiday season.  The “game” is also called a “Yankee Swap,” according to Caroline Bologna of the Huffington Post. The term “Yankee Swap” even appears in an 1855 writing by Walt Whitman where he […]

The Tea on Santa C.

The Tea on Santa C.

We at the Tribune conducted an extensive investigative project at the North Pole that required our reporters to be embedded (not in the snow, but in Santa’s toy shop).  In order to protect the identities of our investigative staff, we have assigned aliases. What follows is the real deal tea on Santa C.: Does Santa […]

Lessons from the Field: What a ride it’s been. Thank you’s and what’s next for Patty G

Lessons from the Field: What a ride it’s been. Thank you’s and what’s next for Patty G

I’ve learned in my short time on this Earth that walking away from something is not easy. Especially if you poured your heart and soul into it for four years. This May marks the end of my high school career, and it’s hard to believe the ride is coming to an end. I have to […]

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. […]

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 […]

Tribune Tries It: Veganism

Tribune Tries It: Veganism

For the uninitiated, to be vegan is to consume (or use) no animal products at all. No meat, dairy, or eggs. It may seem outlandish in our society centered around animal agriculture and McDonald’s. Since 2012, the interest in vegan free searches quadrupled on Google. For 2018, going vegan is considered to be the largest […]

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