Archive for May, 2013

Arlingtonian seniors and Class of 2013 will be missed

Arlingtonian seniors and Class of 2013 will be missed

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by Grace Moody.

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by graceMOODY, ‘14

As the days of May dwindle, the pool opens and graduation signs seem to be everywhere I look, I know that summer has finally arrived. Although meaning stressful finals and end-of-the-year chaos for underclassmen, summer signifies just one thing for seniors: graduation.
The graduation of the class of 2013 will not be easy for [...]

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YEAR IN REVIEW: EMILIE GREENWALD

YEAR IN REVIEW: EMILIE GREENWALD

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by Grace Moody.

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Nine months after meeting with Arlingtonian’s Grace Moody to discuss her hopes for the year, first-year principal Emilie Greenwald reflects on the year.

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Summer Sports Camps

Summer Sports Camps

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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In order for athletes and teams to be fully prepared for their upcoming seasons and tryouts, students attend summer sports camps. Most camps are optional and separate from high school trainings, but act the same by getting athletes in shape and allowing them to improve their skills.
By Emma Klebe ‘13
2013 Wrestling Camp of [...]

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Summer Festivals

Summer Festivals

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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Calendar of events detail different festivals
available in upcoming summer months
By Elizabeth Tzagournis, ‘13
June

Park Street Festival
June 7-8
Downtown Columbus
Tickets $9 before Aug. 1, $10 afterwards

Entertainment with 35 bands to perform on three separate stages
Food provided by restaurants all around High Street and over 25 food trucks
Art galleries open for viewing as well as crafts and events [...]

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Flashback 2013

Flashback 2013

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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Jake Fowler:
It was sophomore year and Will Berg and I were walking to our 8th period class that just so happened to be Sports for Life. We had just walked by the Little Theatre and were talking about some trivial topic when we heard a voice over the intercom. I don’t really know [...]

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Summer Cinema

Summer Cinema

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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With summer coming soon, students comment before and after seeing new films

by karihighman, ’13 and davidSTRIECHER, ‘13
IRON MAN 3

Marvel’s latest installment of the Iron Man series brings audiences back to the world of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) as he battles both a new foe and a growing obsession with his superhero identity.
BEFORE AND [...]

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Crossing the pond

Crossing the pond

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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Columnist answers common questions about international college plans

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Last of the Lasts

Last of the Lasts

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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staff editorial
It’s the finale— the class of 2013 has reached its curtain call and it seems everybody is ready to take a bow. As seniors peruse this last installment of Arlingtonian, no question graduation is on their minds. And today, when the bell rings at 3:05, and the papers fly into the air and the [...]

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Sun Scares

Sun Scares

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.

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By Anna-Maria Thalassinos
Consequences of tanning may put some students at risk
With many of the summer months spent outside, sunblock is a crucial accessory to keep on hand to protect skin from harsh UV rays. However, many do not properly use and re-apply sunscreen in the most beneficial ways, which results in harsh long-term consequences.
Senior Angela [...]

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Spring sports teams on the road to states

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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by Emma Klebe
Boys Tennis
As defending state champs, the boys tennis team hopes to finish the year with their 28th state title. The team recently won the Lexington Invitational with first place wins in three of the five flights. The team is compiled of all returning players including two college-commit captains seniors Nate Wallace (DePauw University), [...]

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Editor advises classmates to “be the forces of good”

Editor advises classmates to “be the forces of good”

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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June 9. This date has loomed over my fellow seniors and me as we have struggled through college decisions, Capstone presentations and A.P. tests. Now that we are finally within sight of our long awaited graduation day, I am filled with mixed emotions. Excited and proud to be graduating from high school, sad to leave [...]

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2012-2013 Rewind

2012-2013 Rewind

Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.

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From the death of Megan Fedorko and the Newtown shootings to Abby Johnston’s silver medal Midnight Coast’s show at the Newport Music Hall, the 2012-2013 school year was full of memorable events.

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Sports Spread

Sports Spread

Posted on 29. May, 2013 by admin.

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As temperatures heat up, so does the Spring season at UAHS.

Boys Volleyball taken by: Natasha Ringnalda
Girls Softball taken by:  Natasha Ringnalda
Baseball taken by: Maria Berger
Girls Lacrosse taken by: Bill Wilmer
Boys Tennis taken by: Lexy Elliott

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