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Analyzing the VSCO Girl

Analyzing the VSCO Girl

By now, most teens have at least heard of the latest trend to take the internet and youth culture by storm: the VSCO girl. Now, with more social media platforms than ever, the concept of the laid-back, environmentally conscious beach girl has become one of the most notable youth trends of the past few months. […]

Galentine’s Day: “Ladies Celebrating Ladies”

Galentine’s Day:  “Ladies Celebrating Ladies”

Every year, during the dreary month of February, comes one of the most hated and debated holidays of them all: Valentine’s Day. The originally Catholic holiday has been widely celebrated in America since the nineteenth century as a celebration of romantic love. In recent years, Valentine’s Day has come under criticism, particularly for it’s commercialism […]

More Tattoos at Talawanda

More Tattoos at Talawanda

OXFORD — If you look closely around the halls of Talawanda, you will see many people with ink on their skin. As with every person, every tattoo has a story behind it. Sophomore, Alexis H. got her first tattoo, a colon cancer ribbon, in seventh grade. She got it to remember her great grandma, who […]

Presidential Decree Saw Minimal Compliance Yet Was Wildly Successful

Presidential Decree Saw Minimal Compliance Yet Was Wildly Successful

On Friday, Dec. 14 Talawanda High School Student Body President Patrick Geshan officially declared Monday, Dec. 17, 2018 to be “Ugly Sweater Day.”  While some members of the student body took the presidential decree seriously, there were many who did not (most likely the same people who don’t listen to Mr. York when he tells […]

Schmid’s Weekly Wardrobe

Schmid’s Weekly Wardrobe

OXFORD, OH — We have many teachers here at Talawanda High school, but one that always stands out to us is the witty and comical Mr. Schmid, but have you ever took a moment to look at his outfits throughout the week?  Does the Academic Challenge coach, sports stats guy, basketball announcer, science teacher extraordinaire […]

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 […]

Mrs. Schran: Style Icon

Mrs. Schran:  Style Icon

We all know the kind-hearted science teacher Mrs. Schran, but have you ever taken the time to appreciate her exquisite fashion sense? If you take a moment to really observe her iconic looks you will notice how unique and refreshing her style is. I asked her a few questions to learn more about what inspires […]

Bracelets That Are Making a Change

Bracelets That Are Making a Change

A small bracelet is making the biggest difference. Some of the world’s dirtiest beaches are in Central America and the simplest idea is making a big change. In 2010, two college students from San Diego, California embarked on a journey to Costa Rica and were met by artisans who were living a life of poverty. […]

How Fashionable

How Fashionable

Saturday, April 8th Miami University Fashion and Design held their 11th annual fashion show. Including over 60 student models, 20 student designers, and a projected crowd of over 1,500 people, this is MUF&D’s biggest event of the school year. Unlike others years, this show included a trunk show to advertise local businesses and designers. This […]