Schedule Scramble

Schedule Scramble

Posted on 19. Sep, 2016 by .

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During the first week of school, many students experienced errors in their schedules including being enrolled in two classes for one period, not having a lunch or other classes they requested, and being placed in classes they did not sign up for. These problems were because of the complexity of making a schedule. “Creating the […]

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UA Profiles

Posted on 19. Sep, 2016 by .

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Changing Districts: Kathryn Ward Science teacher Kathryn Ward transferred to UAHS after five years at West High School in the Columbus City School district. While in college, Ward was a student teacher at UA. “I did student teach here, [about] six years ago.” Ward said, “I was in the same wing, actually.” Initially overwhelmed by UA, […]

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Snapshot of Syria

Posted on 19. Sep, 2016 by .

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A Syrian boy’s photo goes viral, becoming a symbol for Syrian suffering by Caroline Chidester, ’17 Recently, a photo of a young Syrian boy sitting stunned in the back of an ambulance has been circulating around the Internet. The boy is 5-year-old Omran Daqneesh, and the same blast that injured him killed his older brother […]

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Freshman First Impressions

Freshman First Impressions

Posted on 19. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Matthew Shepherd, ’19 For many of the incoming freshmen, high school does not just consist of slowing down the upperclassmen. Some of them feel on top of the world, as if they had just climbed Everest and are now looking at the view. Others are more nervous, feeling as if they are looking at […]

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Saturday Afternoon Fever

Saturday Afternoon Fever

Posted on 15. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Nathan Junk ’19 Fall in Columbus, Ohio brings the start of a new school year, crisp weather and the anticipation of another Ohio State football season. Every Saturday, nearly 110,000 passionate fans gather at 411 Woody Hayes Dr. and pack Ohio Stadium to cheer on the Buckeyes. Students and teachers around UAHS are anxious […]

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New Clubs

Posted on 10. Sep, 2016 by .

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Students found two new clubs: Climbing Club and Junior Alternative Musicians (JAM) By Sophie Yang, ’19 With dozens of clubs from Debate Club to Cookie Bookie Club, UA is a constantly growing hub of student involvement. Climbing Club is one of several new clubs at UAHS. Senior Zoe Pappas was inspired to create the club […]

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Fifteen Years Later: An Anniversary of 9/11

Posted on 10. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Sophie Yang, ’19 On Sept. 11, 2001, the World Trade Centers — the tallest buildings in the Western Hemisphere — burned and collapsed with thousands of people inside. More than 3,000 people from at least 50 countries died from the al Qaeda terrorist attacks. Fifteen years later, 9/11 has become the marker of a […]

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Fairly Judged

Posted on 10. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Caroline Chidester UAHS Students’ work was shown at Ohio State Fair over the summer.   MELIA MARTIN- Senior Melia Martin’s mixed-media piece Still made it into and was displayed in the Ohio State Fair. The artwork is made from pencil and gold-leaf to add an interesting texture and dimension. After Martin had had two pieces […]

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2016 “Ghostbusters”

Posted on 10. Sep, 2016 by .

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by Greyson Van Arsdale, ’17 Cash-grab remake doesn’t deserve the bad hype The new “Ghostbusters” movie, sporting an all-female main cast and all-negative anticipation, defied the Youtube trailer comments with consistently funny comedy and just enough nods to the original work. While none of the moments in the movie could be described as downright hysterical, […]

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Point, Counterpoint: “Pokémon Go” Edition

Posted on 30. Aug, 2016 by .

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By Abby Gray, ‘18 and McDaniel Hartranft, ‘17 During the last few weeks of summer, the new app “Pokémon Go” became a widespread phenomenon. Mobs of people swarmed public places such as Central Park and even ran into the ocean when a rare Pokémon appeared.  This summer, all ages, races, people, animals and even Barack […]

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