Archive for October, 2010

Dealing with the Debate

Dealing with the Debate

Posted on 27. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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With California’s proposition to legalize recreational use of marijuana in the state – along with the realized legalization of the medicinal use of the drug in 14 states – the debate on marijuana is heating up
By Bo Fisher ‘11 and Evan Smith ‘11
There are four different strains of marijuana laid out on the table in [...]

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Four Looks You’ll Love All Fall

Four Looks You’ll Love All Fall

Posted on 26. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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Versatile fall fashions provide students with accessible, yet chic style options. From cozy sweaters to waterproof boots, this season is all about clean lines and comfort
By Alison Gilbert ‘11

J.Crew $128
1. Chunky Knits
A wardrobe staple for ladies this fall, this trend utilizes coziness and class. Knit pieces are as practical as they are fashionable. A chunky [...]

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An Inside Look at IB

An Inside Look at IB

Posted on 25. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Erin Mellon
Sitting with her on the steps outside of the auditorium, Olivia Rojas seems like your typical, hardworking student: dressed casually and comfortably with an average packed backpack and the same tired gaze most students acquire after being lectured for 7 hours.
Most likely, this is contrary to the appearance that many would visualize for [...]

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Muzeek Interview

Muzeek Interview

Posted on 25. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Cassie Lowery
At Upper Arlington High School, there are many talented bands. Korey Black, an outgoing junior belongs to a relatively new group called Muzeek. To get more information on Muzeek you can search them on facebook, or e-mail them at funkmuzeek@gmail.com. The name is a combination of music and geek, which fits [...]

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Palestine Situation

Palestine Situation

Posted on 25. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Matias Grotewold
Far from where we sleep and eat, far from this solitary bubble of safety that we call home, there are conflicts that span far beyond right versus wrong, good versus bad. They span across generations and generations of people who seem to be stuck in an endless spiral of conflict upon conflict. The [...]

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Homecoming Pep Rally Slideshow

Homecoming Pep Rally Slideshow

Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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The first Homecoming Pep Rally in at least 10 years, the Oct. 7 event had cheerleaders jumping, band members marching, and students on their feet cheering the Bears to victory.

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Jones vs. Hastings Football Game

Jones vs. Hastings Football Game

Posted on 18. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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Hastings beat Jones with a score of 12-6.

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Kickin’ It Live, Oct. 13, 2010

Kickin’ It Live, Oct. 13, 2010

Posted on 13. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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Watch the Kickin’ It Live crew in their Oct. 13, 2010 episode

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September Sports Briefs

September Sports Briefs

Posted on 06. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Alison Gilbert, ´11

Football
After finishing their 2009 season with a disappointing 5-5 record, the UAHS football program is looking for success in both practice and games. Senior captain Ben Grindle-Degraaf explained that in order to have a more succesful season it crucial for the team to work together.
“We need to refocus as a team and [...]

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Smartphone: Access or Excess?

Smartphone: Access or Excess?

Posted on 06. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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Though school began only six weeks ago, senior Matthew* already finds himself stressed out with a busy workload. Whether he is busy with soccer practice or just wants to watch a movie on TV, he realizes at midnight that he no longer has the time to study for his science test the next day.
Not wanting [...]

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New to School

New to School

Posted on 06. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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Columnist shares experience of UAHS introduction
By Elise Murray ‘12
On Aug. 25, the doors to UAHS opened for the first time this school year. Students rushed in, falling into what would soon become their daily routine. Little did I know that I was connected to a select group of these students by a single fact: We [...]

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Seasons of Service

Seasons of Service

Posted on 05. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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Though summer service is completed, three students continue to help others
By Victoria Slater ‘10 and Ceri Turner ‘10
Volunteering is so often written off as just one more mandatory commitment to the school—another groan-worthy, school-related hardship to endure. With summer service forms completed and submitted, many students push the thought of volunteering far into the forgottten [...]

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Head First Into Early Retirement

Head First Into Early Retirement

Posted on 05. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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With reported head injuries on the rise across the nation, three UA athletes look back on how concussions ended their seasons early
By Bo Fisher and Will Seymour
Defending a corner kick was no more than a routine play for senior soccer player Anna Walley. As she dove out to block the goal, her path had been [...]

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