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Florida Man Releases Snail Plague

Florida Man Releases Snail Plague

Florida Man Releases Snail Plague By LUCA BERBERICH Giant African Land Snail / Photo taken by Sonel.SA Luca Berberich’s long standing interest in the natural world is being brought to the Talawanda Tribune in their series: Luca B. the Science G. Their second piece in this thrilling series is about the most dangerous mollusc known […]

The Blue-Ringed Octopus: Tiny but Deadly

The Blue-Ringed Octopus: Tiny but Deadly

The Blue-Ringed Octopus: Tiny but Deadly  By LUCA BERBERICH  (src: https://www.animalspot.net/blue-ringed-octopus.html)  Luca Berberich’s long standing interest in the natural world is being brought to the Talawanda Tribune in their series: Luca B. the Science G. Their first piece starts rather small. About 6 centimeters, actually…  Blue-Ringed Octopuses are a genus (a lower classification level that […]

Shout Out: November Contest Winner

Shout Out:  November Contest Winner

November’s contest prompt asked students to tell us who they are thankful for.  Thanks to Ms. Sammons’s classes, we had many outstanding entries.  Our top choice was this shout out written by sophomore, Ellery Duvall.  Congratulations Ellery! Shout Out by Ellery Duvall, Sophomore My sister has been there for me since the day I was […]

Terrifying Times: The E-Hallpass Era

Terrifying Times: The E-Hallpass Era

Terrifying Times: The E-Hallpass Era By: Moonhamed Juan We’ve all heard of the not-so-popular e-hallpass. Although everyone has complained about them at some point, some sources suggest that your worries are only the tip of the iceberg. An insider from THS staff recently released some disturbing images of appointment passes that reveal secrets the administration […]

What Scares High Schoolers the Most? October Contest Winner

What Scares High Schoolers the Most?  October Contest Winner

We asked Talawanda students “what scares high schoolers the most?”  Ninth grader, Layla F. sent in this digital drawing showing a big fear of high schoolers: November’s contest is “Shout Outs.”  In this month of giving thanks, tell us who you are most thankful for in 450 words or less for written entries or 3 […]

The Lemon’s Top 8 Scariest Halloween Costumes

The Lemon’s Top 8 Scariest Halloween Costumes

    By Muhammed “Zoinks” Khan & Will “Ruh-Roh” Salzarulo It is about that time of year when children and adults deem it necessary to dress up and scare one another in an attempt to satisfy their inner monster. In years past, however, we have noticed a terrifying lack of good costumes, much scarier than the […]

Mr. Johnson: Ask Me Almost Anything

Mr. Johnson: Ask Me Almost Anything

Mr. Johnson: Ask Me Almost Anything By Muhammed Khan Q: Who is your favorite historical U.S. president? A: Tie between Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt. Q: Who is your least favorite historical U.S. president? A: Usually Andrew Jackson, but this week William Henry Harrison because we are playing Harrison. Harrison Wildcats smell bad. Q: Who do […]

Ms. Schran: Ask Me Almost Anything

Ms. Schran:  Ask Me Almost Anything

Ms. Schran: Ask Me Almost Anything Q: Rank the following 5 Beatles songs: Yellow Submarine And I Love Her I Wanna Hold Your Hand Here Comes the Sun Twist and Shout A: Here Comes the Sun And I Love Her Yellow Submarine I Wanna Hold Your Hand Twist and Shout Q: Biggie or Smalls? A: […]

Seven Ways to Turn Down a HoCo Proposal

Seven Ways to Turn Down a HoCo Proposal

Seven Ways to Turn Down a HoCo Proposal By Muhammed Khan and Will Salzarulo Take their HoCo Proposal sign and walk up to it, rip it in half, then stomp up and down on it while yelling “Ew!  Gross!  No!” Use a big, red Sharpie to underline their grammar mistakes on their HoCo proposal sign […]

Mr. McWilliams: Ask Me Almost Anything

Mr. McWilliams:  Ask Me Almost Anything

Mr. McWilliams: Ask Me Almost Anything By MUHAMMED KHAN Q:  Who is better at pranks, you or Mr. Pearson? A:  Definitely me, because Mr. Pearson is too short to do pranks. Q:  Why did you cancel “Cookadoodledo?” A:  Mr. Pearson and I had creative differences.  Q:  What would be your perfect last meal? A:  Pizza […]

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