Archive for May, 2012

Hallway Speed Bumps

Posted on 31. May, 2012 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.

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By Anna-Maria Thalassinos
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There’s only a minute left until the bell rings, and you’re nowhere near your classroom. You aren’t running late because you spent the other four minutes talking to your friends about the latest gossip heard the period before, but rather due to the slow walkers who saunter [...]

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Going green for Earth Day

Going green for Earth Day

Posted on 04. May, 2012 by admin.

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By Cassie Lowery
Spring is here in Upper Arlington, and the trees and flowers are flourishing in the many parks around the community. However, it’s not the flowers on the lawn junior Ellie Thien and others involved in the Environmental Club are worried about; it’s the garbage cans parked in front that have them concerned.
According to [...]

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Issue 8 Letter from the Editor

Issue 8 Letter from the Editor

Posted on 04. May, 2012 by admin.

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It’s almost unbelievable—the idea that a mere month lies between each of us and an endpoint. To many of our readers, this finality resembles the end of a chapter in the high school chronicle; for seniors, it brings the once blurry notion of college into much sharper focus. While this short time is marked by [...]

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An All Too Common Occurrence

An All Too Common Occurrence

Posted on 04. May, 2012 by admin.

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School violence prompts columnist to vie for more gun control, less bullying
by Kate Magill, ‘13
“Gunshots have been fired. There are multiple victims.”
Harrowing words such as these should be rarities, troubling phrases hoped never to be heard in an individual’s lifetime. However in recent years, school violence tragedies, many related to or caused by bullying, have [...]

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Reserving The Dream

Reserving The Dream

Posted on 04. May, 2012 by admin.

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Rhodes Moore reflects upon past recruiting opportunities, looks forward to college athletics
By Carly Tovell, ‘13
As the sweat drips from the upper rim of senior Rhodes Moore’s temple, he can feel the pressure building. Fans cheer on his first Columbus Crew Reserve game against the New York Red Bulls. His thoughts bounce around just like [...]

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Bears in Action

Bears in Action

Posted on 04. May, 2012 by admin.

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Midway through the season, spring athletes demonstrate skill during practices, games
By Victoria Slater, ‘12

Athlete Insights

Boys Volleyball
Senior Captain Michael Schroer
Q: Boys volleyball isn’t as well known as other sports. How are you going about changing that?
Schroer: We are really trying to get the word out via Kickin ‘ It Live and flyers around the school. Honestly, [...]

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Tri-Village Rugby Club vs. Marysville

Tri-Village Rugby Club vs. Marysville

Posted on 02. May, 2012 by admin.

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The Tri-Village rugby team scrums, box-kicks and dump tackles against the Marysville Monarchs

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