Archive for 'Op/Ed'
Posted on 03. May, 2013 by Kate Magill.
Balance. For many of us, between school, sports, work, family, friends and other obligations, finding such a thing in our lives can be difficult, at times even impossible. The same can be said for our health, an idea that writers Elizabeth Tzagournis and Cassie Lowery explore in this issue’s Spotlight, “Weighing in on Health.”
In their [...]
Posted on 28. Mar, 2013 by Alex Keller.
by staff editorial
Prom night. It’s an evening girls have dreamed about since they were little—a night they imagine pulling out all the stops to feel like a princess. But some girls cannot afford this experience, particularly not the cost of an expensive gown. That’s where Fairy Goodmothers come in.
Started in 2005, Fairy Goodmothers is a [...]
Posted on 27. Mar, 2013 by Emma Klebe.
One quick click of a camera and a text message sent to a friend can leave someone with consequences ranging from jail time to sex offender registration. Most people are aware of what sexting is, but many do not realize the consequences associated with it.
A recent sexting case in southern Ohio at Madeira High [...]
Posted on 28. Feb, 2013 by Kate Magill.
Staff supports cultural awareness
Living in an affluent suburb, it is often easy to say that everything a student needs is right here. However, no education is complete without a global perspective of the world.
The importance of having a global perspective, one which emphasizes reaching out to other cultures, is a vital part of [...]
Posted on 28. Feb, 2013 by Emma Klebe.
Columnist comments on Manti Te’o hoax, Catfish show
by Emma Klebe ‘13
Many people may have heard of the recent scandal involving Notre Dame linebacker, Manti Te’o, who was tricked into believing he was dating a Stanford student. In reality, his so-called “girlfriend” was a crazed male fan sending lies from behind his computer screen.
According to ESPN, [...]
Posted on 17. Dec, 2012 by Devon Blank.
Steven Spielberg’s latest movie, Lincoln, set a new standard for epic films. Released on Nov. ninth, Lincoln is truly in a genre all its own. Steven Spielberg combines courtroom suspense, comedy, drama, and a biography of Lincoln’s final four months. Lincoln contains three intertwined stories, all focused on Lincoln and other members of the Republican [...]