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Home of the Braves? by JEAN R. PATEMAN

Home of the Braves?  by JEAN R. PATEMAN

Article originally appeared in the Talawanda Tribune’s May 2018 magazine “Changing Perspectives.” Race-based mascots have long caused a controversy in sports. Writer Jean Pateman looks at the debate about appropriating Native American names and imagery in the Talawanda City Schools. The writer has decided to edit the name of some sports teams with ** in […]

Setting Stone Coffee House May 4, 2018 by BRADYN SPURLOCK

Setting Stone Coffee House May 4, 2018 by BRADYN SPURLOCK

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THS Students Participate in National Walk Out by JEAN R. PATEMAN, MAGNOLIA SORENSEN & BRADYN SPURLOCK

THS Students Participate in National Walk Out by JEAN R. PATEMAN, MAGNOLIA SORENSEN & BRADYN SPURLOCK

On March 14, 2018 over 250 students at Talawanda High School walked out in solidarity with the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School of Parkland, Fla. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″ display_type=”photocrati-nextgen_basic_slideshow”]

FFA Fun Week by BRADYN SPURLOCK

FFA Fun Week by BRADYN SPURLOCK

Talawanda High School —  George Washington is considered one of the founding fathers of the United States of America, the first President of the United States, the man who commanded the Continental Army in the American Revolution; Yet, even through all of that he considered himself first a farmer.  The FFA organization recognizes his passion […]

Winter Coffee House: Photo Story by BRADYN SPURLOCK

Winter Coffee House:  Photo Story by BRADYN SPURLOCK

Feb. 9, 2018 Setting Stone Coffee House, THS Cafeteria

THS Teachers’ Terrific and Terrible First Date Stories by MAGNOLIA SORENSEN

THS Teachers’ Terrific and Terrible First Date Stories by MAGNOLIA SORENSEN

First dates– a rocky subject for some, a hysterical conversation for others and the makeup of a dreamy story for the hopeless romantics. As a student, it’s hard to imagine a Mr. Caudill your age, nervous with sweaty palms preparing for a first date. Don’t worry about imagining it though– his story, as well as […]

Diversity Club FAQ

Diversity Club FAQ

Oxford, OH — If you’re a person who likes to keep up with the clubs at Talawanda, you may not know all of them. Diversity Club seems like it would only be for LGBTQ students, and it is true that it was started as a club to support LGBTQ students, but that doesn’t mean if you’re […]

Cincinnati Women’s March

Cincinnati Women’s March

Cincinnati, OH –On January 20th, 2018, in Cincinnati as well as cities across America and the world, millions of people gathered to protest the Trump presidency and the ideas of the administration. The largest march was in Los Angeles, with an estimated 600,000 people, and large marches in Washington, D.C, New York, and Seattle, along […]

School Acceptance of Transgender Students

School Acceptance of Transgender Students

OXFORD – As our generation gets older and more educated, everyone seems to be learning more about issues such as gender and sexuality. Different areas of daily are becoming more accepting to changes and making accommodations to provide for “different” people the same way as everyone else. A highly debated subject in this matter is […]

National Parks Meet National Conflict

National Parks Meet National Conflict

Across the U.S., a massive portion of profit from tourism comes out of the national parks that are flocked to by visitors — about 282 million per year, according to the National Parks Conservation Association. The recent U.S. government shutdown has affected the state of American parks more than many have predicted. Unlike the 2013 […]

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