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The Dead Mall Effect

The Dead Mall Effect

Whenever you hear the words “Dead Mall” you might not know exactly what is being talked about. Some people, however, take huge interest in the American phenomenon of dead malls. I became interested in this topic a couple of years ago when I visited one of the largest dead malls in the world:  Forest Fair Mall […]

Wall Senior and Only Reporter Ben Phillips Face Palms Watching Election Coverage

Wall Senior and Only Reporter Ben Phillips Face Palms Watching Election Coverage

What’s with this Election? This is one of the few times Ben from The Wall will be honest with everyone. How is Trump actually winning this election. I ask myself that question as I look down at the polls and realize that Trump actually leads in Ohio. The stock market is already taking a nosedive […]

Political Satire

Political Satire

Vine is Gone? Who Cares!

Vine is Gone?  Who Cares!

As much as I’d like to simply call Vine a fad and move on, it seems like some people still don’t know about the drama over the recently announced decision by Twitter to shut down Vine. As much as I mistake Vive and Vine I’ve decided that this is interesting because Vine was just some […]

N. Craig’s Top Ten Horror Movies of All Time

N. Craig’s Top Ten Horror Movies of All Time

Halloween is coming up and in order to get your jump scares in the Tribune’s resident scary movie expert Nik Craig is counting down the top ten horror movies of all time: 10: Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) Released in 1968, Rosemary’s Baby follows a young married couple, Rosemary (Played by Mia Farrow), and her […]

The Wall:

The Wall:

Spirit Week Politics This week we have some exciting news coming from the Talawanda School District itself. With the Trump banners waving all around the political spirit is in the air. We’ve seen it all from hats, shirts, and even the chants to signs stretching out across the high school’s entrance. Being the lead writer […]

Talawanda Teachers Sound Off on Presidential Election

Talawanda Teachers Sound Off on Presidential Election

“It’s great to see young high school students paying attention to the election this year, but there are so many negative things about the candidates that it makes people cynical about the election and maybe turns people away from voting,” Mrs. Mahaney, THS U.S. Government teacher, said. The presidential election of 2016 is beginning to […]

Internet Safety Tips With Ben Phillips

Internet Safety Tips With Ben Phillips

Welcome to The Wall’s safety guide to the internet. This can apply to both kids and adults so whether you’re a 30-year-old living in your mom’s basement on 4chan or a 70-year-old grandma who doesn’t understand the internet you both have one thing in common, you’ve both never been taught internet safety. So before you […]

The Wall: Complete and Total Unbiased Reporting

The Wall:  Complete and Total Unbiased Reporting

Welcome to The Wall! The most trusted news column on the Tribune for fair and balanced news–all online and all true. Here at The Wall, we take pride in hiring only the most biased reporters and editors from both sides of the political spectrum and have repeatedly won the award for most underpaid staff in […]

Unsolicited Advice to Freshmen Starting High School, or if I had a Time Machine

Unsolicited Advice to Freshmen Starting High School, or if I had a Time Machine

It was 27 years ago that I was a freshman in highschool.  I thought we’d have flying cars by now (what the heck?!).  In 1989 “Hangin’ Tough” by the New Kids on the Block was the hot album, there were no cell phones (but drug dealers and other business persons and expectant fathers had “beepers”), […]

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