Archive for January, 2013
Posted on 29. Jan, 2013 by Matias Grotewold.
By Matias Grotewold
New high school drivers struggle to acclimate to the wintry conditions
The universal rule of thumb for winter driving resonates time and time again: don’t slam the brakes. From drivers’ education classes to that last second before the accident, the words are repeated by instructors and drivers alike: don’t slam the brakes. But when [...]
Posted on 29. Jan, 2013 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.
By Anna-Maria Thalassinos
Coffee shop gives students job experience
Students wait and chat while the machines and blenders roar, creating sweet and rich drinks. UA Rise is the popular coffee shop found at UAHS, however many students are not aware of what being an employee at this local “hot spot” entails.
Beyond running as a fully functional business, [...]
Posted on 29. Jan, 2013 by Natasha Ringnalda.
The winter season is underway as the Golden Bears begin competing in their sporting events
Senior Sarah Colasanti
Q: As your first year on diving and as a senior captain, how do you think you will gain the respect from your teammates?
Colasanti: I treat everyone fairly and the respect is mutual; if I respect them, they’ll [...]
Posted on 17. Jan, 2013 by Emma Klebe.
As contestants compete against each other, programs compete for viewers
by emmaKLEBE ‘13
Student Survey: Arlingtonian asked 200 students which singing competition show they preferred.
Season 4 returns March 25
A specific aspect that makes “The Voice” unique from other shows is that it begins with “blind” auditions. In these auditions [...]
Posted on 17. Jan, 2013 by Elizabeth Tzagournis.
UA community loses beloved third grade Barrington teacher Megan Fedorko.
By Elizabeth Tzagournis
A valued member of not only Barrington Elementary School but the city of Upper Arlington passed away Nov. 29, leaving behind countless friends and family, as well as a classroom of third grade students.
Fedorko was known as “the caretaker” of the school, Barrington principal [...]