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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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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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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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U.S. Senior Open

Posted on 29. Aug, 2016 by .

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Scioto Country celebrated 100 years while hosting championship By Caroline Favret, ’18 The prestigious U.S. Senior Open returned to the Scioto Country Club on Aug. 8, drawing crowds of golf fanatics and Ohio residents for the seven-day event. The club’s 100th anniversary was celebrated alongside the tournament, making the location all the more signi cant. Legendary golfer […]

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New Office Hours

Posted on 29. Aug, 2016 by .

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Trial Thursday office hours aim to help personalize learning By Sophie Yang, ’19 Beginning Sept. 2, the school will offer trial Thursday afternoon office hours alongside the existing Wednesday hours. The hours will take place from 2:38 to 3:05 p.m., and students will be able to leave school early if they wish. However, principal Andrew […]

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Columbus to Become a “Smart Transit City”

Posted on 29. Aug, 2016 by .

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By Sophie Yang, ’19 On June 23, Columbus won the Smart City Challenge and received a total of $140 million from groups including the U.S. Department of Transportation, Vulcan Inc., Amazon, Alphabet and local businesses. To win the challenge, Columbus beat out six other finalists: Austin, Denver, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Portland and San Francisco. Using […]

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From the Editor:

Posted on 29. Aug, 2016 by .

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Another year, another edition of Arlingtonian Dear Readers, Welcome back! I’m sure that not everyone is particularly thrilled to have re-entered the mint green hallways of UAHS. That being said, I hope that this issue of Arlingtonian helps to brighten your first day. Amidst vacations and (barely) completing our summer reading, the Arlingtonian staff has […]

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News Recap

News Recap

Posted on 17. May, 2016 by .

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Updates on top stories from the last four years of high school

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National Economics Challenge

National Economics Challenge

Posted on 17. May, 2016 by .

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Students place 11th in nation

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National History Day

National History Day

Posted on 17. May, 2016 by .

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Four students compete in state contest on National History Day

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Columbus City School Renovations

Posted on 13. May, 2016 by .

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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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