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Class VR Coming to Talawanda

Class VR Coming to Talawanda

Waxy was right when she said “oh, woah!” This year students will see class from a new perspective as all of the Talawanda buildings received eight virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR) headsets that the teachers can use to have the students view three-dimensional objects as well as view pictures and videos in 360 degrees. The new […]

Chromebooks: The Advancing Technology at Talawanda

Chromebooks: The Advancing Technology at Talawanda

OXFORD, OH– When this school year started, students were pleasantly surprised when we got our chromebooks. Unlike the older chromebooks, the ones we were given this year are not only newer, but have new features such as a touchscreen and a stylus that the old ones didn’t. We were surprised, and intrigued about how, why, […]

HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans / Living Without Limits: Not Always The Best

HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans / Living Without Limits: Not Always The Best

For their Journalism Final Exam students wrote two pieces, one objective and one commentary, related to the theme of “technology.”  K.E. FISHER tackled HBO’s sci-fi series “Westworld.” HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans By K.E. FISHER In October of 2016, HBO premiered the science-fiction thriller series “Westworld.” The plotline focuses on the strange […]

Editorial: Programming the Future

Editorial:  Programming the Future

I don’t believe that there should be driverless cars in the future. As much as I distrust the judgement of all humans in cars, I distrust technology that flawed humans have created even more. Similar to doing a multi-step math equation, once you round a number and use the imperfect answer as a staple in […]

Teacher Best Friend Memes

Teacher Best Friend Memes

You’ve seen ’em in our print edition, and here they are again for your viewing pleasure.  The 2016 Teacher Best Friend memes.  Please vote for who you think are our THS teacher best friends. Squancie:  Twinning and Winning Mr. Meme and his brother from another mother Mr. Cawein Memes Inc.  James D. Sully and Meme […]

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 […]

Memetober: Fall Memes

Memetober: Fall Memes

Just go as Santa for Halloween.  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯   THE LEAST YOU COULD DO IS SET A BOWL OF CANDY ON THE DOORSTEP. I MEAN COME ON.     I think this is our all-time favorite costume.   I think this is our all-time favorite costume.

Ancient Memeopotamia: The History of Memes

Ancient Memeopotamia: The History of Memes

The meme professionals here at the Tribune spent day and night thinking of the first meme ever conceived. No one person is one-hundred percent sure of the first meme but one thing we can all agree on is this, the first meme known to almost all of man… Troll Face, the face of ancient Memopotamia. […]