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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 […]

Tribune Tries (and Elric Dies): D&D

Tribune Tries (and Elric Dies):  D&D

In the span of ten minutes he grabbed a sphere that disintegrated his hands, he accidentally summoned a powerful demon lord, he got his soul stolen and he made an enemy of an extra-dimensional being.  And all this happened during seventh period in the study room in the 400 wing of Talawanda High School. Through […]

A Senior’s Search: I know What I Don’t Want To Do

A Senior’s Search:  I know What I Don’t Want To Do

OXFORD — Here I am sitting in Mr. Davie’s office again: “How about you check out this college?” Mr. Davie asks. “Ehh. I don’t know,” I replied. Being a senior is difficult. You get so overwhelmed with all of the different responsibilities you have to take on. The ACT becomes more and more embedded in […]

Lessons from the Field: 30 Short Minutes; Looking Back on Mixing It Up

Lessons from the Field: 30 Short Minutes; Looking Back on Mixing It Up

As we approached Mix it Up Day, I felt exactly the way the rest of the school did. How many people were going to buy in? What was going to be end result? Would it improve all of the divisions in our school? How would it work? I got a strong sense that many things […]

Lessons From the Field: Passion is Everything

Lessons From the Field: Passion is Everything

I’ve always been a big believer in self-motivation and creating your own moment. No one on Earth can find your passion. Not a single person can motivate you every single day. People can’t truly tell you what you like and don’t like. You can’t rely on others to do it. The only person that can […]

LARPing – Game, or Lifestyle?

LARPing – Game, or Lifestyle?

LARPing, otherwise known as Live Action Role Play, is a game known nationwide with various tournaments held across the country. Allowing adults to dress up and physically pursue their fictional goals through fictional battle, LARPing is one of the few creative outlets of its kind. And now the trend has come to Talawanda. The LARPing […]

Lessons From the Field: Surprises

Lessons From the Field: Surprises

Welcome to my new column in the Talawanda Tribune, Lessons From the Field. Here, I’ll tell stories about my TV and sports work at Talawanda, and teach you a few lessons I’ve learned along the way. Plus, I’ll go behind the scenes of the things I cover and take you back to the many experiences […]

The Lemon Endorses Candidates for Student Government

The Lemon Endorses Candidates for Student Government

Talawanda Tribune Presents:  The Lemon:  sour satire and fun farce The following is a satire.  If you don’t know what satire is — ask your English teacher.  If they don’t know what satire is — we’re in trouble. Voting for your student government will be the most important thing you do in your high school […]

Tribune Tries It: Gingerbread Wars

Tribune Tries It:  Gingerbread Wars

On Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2016 Talawanda Tribune reporters tried what is all the rage at area elementary schools this holiday season: making gingerbread houses out of graham crackers. First, you need to get your supplies which include icing (homemade or store-bought), graham crackers, and candy to decorate your houses: Next, you decide how you want […]

Tribune Tries It: Ruzzle

Tribune Tries It: Ruzzle

Several students around THS have recently been interested in a game that tests your ability to find as many words as you can out of a total of 16 letters in two minutes.  Ruzzle allows players to play against others to find out who truly is the best. Ruzzle is a game that tests to […]

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