Archive for December, 2010

Crunch Time

Crunch Time

Posted on 06. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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With midterm exams approaching, students are feeling the pressure
By Ceri Turner, ‘10
Armed with her iPod, notes and a pencil, freshman Ashley Cameron settles down at her kitchen table for some serious studying. She organizes her notes chronologically— oldest information first— and sets her exhausted mind to work. She has a big history test the next [...]

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Editor shines as new-age plagiarist

Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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By Bo Fisher ‘11
As the above statement states with pride, this is a day in which journalists and writers of any content, genre or style, can rejoice, for we are on the brink of a major, historical breakthrough in the craft of plagiarism. Our hero: Judith Griggs, the savvy and radical editor of the small [...]

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Application anxiety

Application anxiety

Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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With college deadlines fast approaching, students find themselves spending most of  their free time on applications
By Elise Murray ‘12
Throughout their last year in high school, there is one thing looming over most seniors’ heads: college applications. Like previous seniors, students are distressed about the upcoming due dates and the importance of their applications.
Although most college [...]

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A Life of Teaching

A Life of Teaching

Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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Catching Zzzs

Catching Zzzs

Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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Although a vital element to any healthy life, sleep is overlooked as a priority by students
By Alison Gilbert ‘11 & Victoria Slater ‘12
Junior Rohit Menon walks in the door, tosses his backpack aside and settles down at home, exhausted, after a nearly sleepless night coupled with a tedious day at school. He leaves his notebooks [...]

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Having a ball

Having a ball

Posted on 02. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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By Parijat Jha
Basketball player finds his own place on the team, despite not always grabbing the attention of fans and media
Often, when sports fans attend games they come for the player in the spotlight. What can be forgotten is that sometimes the most important players are the ones in the background. One such athlete on [...]

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Student’s experience parallels new, common trend among teens

Posted on 01. Dec, 2010 by admin.

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By Kristy Helscel ‘11
While attending a field hockey game at Dublin Scioto High School, junior Tanner McClellan was shocked at what she encountered on her way to the stadium.McClellan found two teens on the verge of physical violence in the parking lot, yelling, cursing, and grabbing at one another.
“My mom was driving and we pulled [...]

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