Archive for May, 2011

Senior Celebration: Class of 2011

Senior Celebration: Class of 2011

Posted on 24. May, 2011 by admin.

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Annual Senior Celebration event allows upcoming grads to share one last memory with their classmates.

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Senior Breakfast: Class of 2011

Senior Breakfast: Class of 2011

Posted on 23. May, 2011 by admin.

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Seniors share their college plans with community at annual Senior Breakfast event.

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Summer(ize) Your Style

Summer(ize) Your Style

Posted on 16. May, 2011 by admin.

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As the school year comes to an end, students can enjoy these fashion must-haves all summer
By Alison Gilbert ‘11 & Elise Murray ‘12
1. The Comeback Kid: After a decade dominated by skinny-jeans, loose, ’70s-inspired jeans are back. The definite denim of the season, this style is figure flattering, while still staying chic and trendy. [...]

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Symphonic in the City

Symphonic in the City

Posted on 11. May, 2011 by admin.

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Columnist reflects on experience during a tour of New York City with the Symphonic Choir
By Victoria Slater, ‘12
New York City, in a sense, is a choir. The blare of car horns, the shuffle of pedestrians’ feet against the aged sidewalks, the coos of pigeons and the rumble of the subway train beneath the streets blend [...]

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Rybioko

Rybioko

Posted on 11. May, 2011 by admin.

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Local longboarding collective earns sponsorship and endorsement deal through acclaimed videos, online media

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Summertime Stints

Summertime Stints

Posted on 11. May, 2011 by admin.

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With June fast approaching, three UA teens look forward to continuing summer work.
By Ceri Turner, ‘12
It is early on a Monday morning in mid-July. Hannah Johnston is already all set up in her Sweet Scetti stall at a local farmers market, selling cupcakes and baked goods to the morning’s shoppers. Emory Bergdoll smooths her dress [...]

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Seniors look to study abroad after high school graduation

Seniors look to study abroad after high school graduation

Posted on 11. May, 2011 by admin.

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As senior year comes to an end, many students look for a way to further themselves by traveling to other countries in search of newfound knowledge, school credit or just a way to distance themselves from the lifestyle they have known for the past 18 years.
One such student is senior Janine Berger, who deferred her [...]

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Saving the puppies

Posted on 10. May, 2011 by admin.

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Senate Bill 130, puppy mill legislation reintroduced in General Assembly
By Kristy Helscel ‘11
In 2004, senior Mary Clare Yerke and her family left their dog in a local kennel when they went on vacation. But when they came home, the condition of their dog led to incredulous speculations.
“The animal kennel my dog stayed at was a [...]

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Pay to Play?

Pay to Play?

Posted on 05. May, 2011 by admin.

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By Corey McMahon and Parijat Jha
At Upper Arlington High School, the participation fee for each sport is $85. Can you imagine having to pay more than six times as much for all sports at the high school? This could be the case next year for Pickerington schools, where the district is set to impose the [...]

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Pay to Play: How it works

Posted on 05. May, 2011 by admin.

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By Parijat Jha
From football to rugby, UAHS offers an array of sports and club sports. Though a few bring in significant revenue, most bring in their money from other sources. This means each team has to find its own ways to bring in money in other ways such as fundraising or boosters. Each sport also [...]

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Pay to Play: The bigger picture

Posted on 05. May, 2011 by admin.

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By Corey McMahon
The issue of educational budget cuts has implications beyond just athletics and extracurricular activities. Given current economic conditions and educational policy changes at state and local levels, broad cuts are being made at schools across central Ohio.
In the agenda for the April 11 meeting, the Pickerington Board of Education announced it would not [...]

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