National History Day

National History Day

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Four students compete in state contest on National History Day

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Senior Destinations

Senior Destinations

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Class of 2016 graduates choose their future paths and embark on a new journey

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Letter from the Editor: Saying Goodbye

Letter from the Editor: Saying Goodbye

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Editor says goodbye to senior year, students and staff

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The Youngest Link

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by Tom Weimer, ’18 Columnist reflects on being one of two sophomores on the Arlingtonian staff Towards the end of my freshman year, I started hearing on the announcements that Arlingtonian was in need of photographers, but it was the final stretch when teachers drown you in work, and I was too intimidated by the […]

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Viva La Netflix

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By Tom Weimer, ’18 Columnist discusses influential French movie and lessons that Americans can learn For the past few years of my life, my Netflix account has been haunted by the vague yet familiar face of the impish Amélie. Though the movie never really caught my attention as I scrolled through the selection of movies, […]

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Senior Artists

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Crumbs of Columbus

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By Caroline Chidester 17′   Brassica: This casual eastern Mediterranean-inspired sandwich and salad shop is located at 680 N. High St. It has a “Chipotle-style” system that offers a variety of organic vegetables and anti-biotic free meat. They are open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and the easygoing modern atmosphere creates a […]

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Columbus City School Renovations

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by Caroline Chidester, ’17 Neighboring  high school could close under Columbus school master plan One of two Columbus schools bordering Upper Arlington could close and be consolidated with the other under a new plan announced in early April by Columbus City Schools (CSS). CCS announced a major rebuilding plan in April that will replace or […]

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Somewhere Over The Rainbow

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by Greyson Van Arsdale, ’17 Month of June opens discussion on discrimination against GSRM in USA June is a busy month for the GSRM (Gender, Sexual and Romantic Minority) community. Columbus Pride celebrations begin on June 17, and the one-year anniversary of same-sex marriage legalization in the United States falls on June 26. Additionally, June […]

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Redesign

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by Greyson Van Arsdale, ’17 UAHS Design Teams work to improve high school UAHS is usually under renovation. From fixing the leaks in the ceiling to relocating study halls to repainting the school during the summer, there’s always some form of improvement going on at the high school. Currently, four “design teams” are working to […]

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