Tag Archives: Q&A

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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A European Cruise

A European Cruise

Posted on 30. Nov, 2011 by admin.

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Sophomore Logan Morales shares her summer vacation experiences touring the Mediterranean on a cruise ship

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An Inside Look at IB

An Inside Look at IB

Posted on 25. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Erin Mellon
Sitting with her on the steps outside of the auditorium, Olivia Rojas seems like your typical, hardworking student: dressed casually and comfortably with an average packed backpack and the same tired gaze most students acquire after being lectured for 7 hours.
Most likely, this is contrary to the appearance that many would visualize for [...]

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Muzeek Interview

Muzeek Interview

Posted on 25. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Cassie Lowery
At Upper Arlington High School, there are many talented bands. Korey Black, an outgoing junior belongs to a relatively new group called Muzeek. To get more information on Muzeek you can search them on facebook, or e-mail them at funkmuzeek@gmail.com. The name is a combination of music and geek, which fits [...]

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Palestine Situation

Palestine Situation

Posted on 25. Oct, 2010 by admin.

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By Matias Grotewold
Far from where we sleep and eat, far from this solitary bubble of safety that we call home, there are conflicts that span far beyond right versus wrong, good versus bad. They span across generations and generations of people who seem to be stuck in an endless spiral of conflict upon conflict. The [...]

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Tomorrow’s Winter Olympians: Taught and Trained

Tomorrow’s Winter Olympians: Taught and Trained

Posted on 13. Dec, 2009 by admin.

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The National Sports Academy: Lake Placid, NY
By Ceri Turner
Mallory Fredericks is a teenage girl. She has naturally straight hair, as smooth and as sleek as corn silk, that most girls her age would kill to have. Her eyes are curious and sparkling and her mouth is in constant motion. She loves to laugh and to [...]

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Field Hockey Feat

Field Hockey Feat

Posted on 13. Dec, 2009 by admin.

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Madison Collins tells her experiences with the Upper Arlington varsity field hockey team this year and lasts
Sophomore Madison Collins made the varsity field hockey team her freshman and sophomore year. She tells the differences between last years team cooperation and this years. Along with that she tells us about the story of defeating a rival [...]

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Q&A: Soccer player Luke Boyer

Q&A: Soccer player Luke Boyer

Posted on 15. Nov, 2009 by admin.

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An interview with soccer player Luke Boyer:

Q: How is your season going so far?

BOYER:  Well I’d say that is not going very well because our record is one, five and three, but they’ve all been close games pretty much.  All a bunch of fluke goals and we still have four games left.  We had another [...]

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See You at the Pole

Posted on 06. Nov, 2009 by admin.

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Sophomore Sara Dodsworth shares her experience of prayer at See You at the Pole
By Kasey Bennett
Sara Dodsworth, a sophomore at Upper Arlington High School, found a place to express her faith and meet new people in an outlet that many students at UA have never heard of–this outlet is called See You at the Pole.  [...]

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Q&A: Tremont Goodie Shop owner serves up the goods

Q&A: Tremont Goodie Shop owner serves up the goods

Posted on 21. Oct, 2009 by admin.

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The Tremont Goodie Shop is set to reopen its doors Monday, Oct. 26!

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Q&A: Exchange student Laura Nostadt

Q&A: Exchange student Laura Nostadt

Posted on 06. Oct, 2009 by admin.

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Exchange student Laura Nostadt talks about her visit to America

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Q&A: Random Acts of Kindness

Q&A: Random Acts of Kindness

Posted on 05. Oct, 2009 by admin.

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Olivia Mccleary sits down with reporter to talk about her group, Random Acts of Kindness.
By: Ally cole
With me throughout this interview is a working hard leader, citizen and student. Olivia Mccleary is the captain for the UAHS (Upper Arlington High school) group, Random Acts of Kindness. Before moving to Upper Arlington with the rest of her [...]

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Q&A: Freshman shares her experience adjusting to life as a high school athlete

Q&A: Freshman shares her experience adjusting to life as a high school athlete

Posted on 05. Oct, 2009 by admin.

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By Kate Magill
As freshmen enter the high school they are given numerous opportunities to try different extracurricular activities, especially sports. Freshman Katie Kapusta is an example of a freshman athlete. This year she is playing soccer on the JV A girls team. During a conversation with Katie, we discussed the transition that freshmen go through [...]

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