Archive for 'Op/Ed'

Rev Up the Reading

Rev Up the Reading

Posted on 30. May, 2014 by Ella Koscher.

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Writer recommends several page-turners for summer reading

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The Roommate Search

The Roommate Search

Posted on 29. May, 2014 by admin.

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Finding roommates over Facebook enhances the college experience

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It’s Only The Beginning

It’s Only The Beginning

Posted on 29. May, 2014 by admin.

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By Anna-Maria Thalassinos
I knew the end of the school year was quickly approaching. I knew that graduation was right around the corner. But it didn’t fully dawn on me that my years at UAHS were coming to a close until I was handed a bright yellow slip of paper in AP Lit asking me to [...]

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Posted on 29. May, 2014 by admin.

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Dear readers,
The first time I opened an issue of Arlingtonian I was in seventh grade. With two older siblings—both in high school at the time—it was common to see old issues laying around the house. I can remember opening the first page and seeing a photo of a girl holding an issue of the newsmagazine. [...]

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Renew or Re-No

Renew or Re-No

Posted on 22. May, 2014 by Hannah Benson.

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TV networks release renewals and cancellations for the 2014-15 season

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Gotta’ Get the A

Gotta’ Get the A

Posted on 02. May, 2014 by admin.

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Cheating for good grades now, may hinder students later

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To Infinity and Beyond

To Infinity and Beyond

Posted on 01. May, 2014 by Ella Koscher.

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Columnist reviews the revived TV show Cosmos

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Cellular Psychosis

Cellular Psychosis

Posted on 01. May, 2014 by admin.

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By Maria Grund ‘14

To respond or not to respond? That is the question. You know they’ve seen your messages (the read receipts prove it) yet still nothing. Do you send another text, or will that seem annoying? Maybe that pesky period you used caused this debacle. Did that make you seem angry or upset? These [...]

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

Posted on 24. Apr, 2014 by admin.

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Dear readers,
While society for many of us can be a large contributing factor to how we view our body image, often times an even larger critic is ourselves. Yes, seeing beautiful women and athletic-looking guys throughout a world of advertising can make many feel self-conscious about their body, however, ultimately the only person critiquing every [...]

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Challenging our beliefs, looking at the ‘other side’

Challenging our beliefs, looking at the ‘other side’

Posted on 23. Apr, 2014 by admin.

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by Grace Moody, ‘14
A puzzled look crossed my face as I looked to my friend for an explanation. We were having a conversation about one of the most controversial topics out there: Christianity. While being a so-called Christian has been a part of my identity basically since I could walk, it was odd to me [...]

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Delays in Powerschool Grades

Delays in Powerschool Grades

Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by mobrien.

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Confusion over grade entering leads to student demand of a grading timing policy

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Who defines cool? You decide.

Who defines cool? You decide.

Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by jlevitt.

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Columnist shares the idea of cool.

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Cop Controversy

Cop Controversy

Posted on 25. Mar, 2014 by admin.

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Presence of Student Resource Officer creates mixed opinions among student body  
Staff Editorial
There is a new addition to UAHS walking through the halls who is not fully welcomed by all students– and that is our new school resource officer (SRO), Jon Rice. UAHS is among one of the last school districts in Ohio to implement [...]

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