Zoolander 2

Zoolander 2

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Long time, don’t Zzzzz

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News In Science

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by Olivia Van Arsdale, ’17 For Your Health In late January, scientists at Harvard published a study that brought the medical community closer to understanding schizophrenia, a mental illness characterized by delusional thinking and hallucinations. According to the research team lead by Steven McCarroll, associate professor of genetics, schizophrenia is closely linked to the process […]

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Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud

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Annual tradition continues with 2016 competition By Kavya Pamulapati and Sophie Yang, ’19 The 2016 annual Poetry Out Loud competition took place on Feb. 4 in the Little Theatre. Senior Meara Maccabee was declared the school winner amongst the nine finalists who competed. Maccabee won the event with two poems that she chose from the Poetry […]

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Spring Break Beckons

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Students travel both near and far to enjoy their week away from school; others plan the perfect staycation

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Golden Victory

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After years of nominations, Leonardo Dicaprio finally wins an Oscar The joke of Leonardo Dicaprio coming close to, but not quite getting an Oscar has been around longer than most of us have been alive. That is, until now. On Feb. 28, the Oscars were held in the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. There were beautiful […]

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Prom Preparations

Prom Preparations

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Student Council members and teacher advisers plan annual event. Libby Mislan ’17 and Kavya Pamulapati ’19 Upper Arlington High School’s prom will take place on April 30. While some students may be selecting dresses or asking dates, the junior class officers and teacher advisers are hard at work planning the annual spring event. The officers […]

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Tourney Time

Tourney Time

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The NCAA basketball tournament is knocking on the door

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Just for Kicks

Just for Kicks

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Sophomore Sami Hidmi is a successful entrepenuer in the shoe business, noticed by professional and college athletes

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E. coli scares away Chipotle patrons

E. coli scares away Chipotle patrons

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By Clare Driscoll, ’19 And Hannah Shi ’19 Just a few months ago, Chipotle was a popular destination for many in search of a fast, tasty and relatively cheap meal. However, Chipotle’s products were recently contaminated with salmonella in the tomatoes, and E. Coli, which has not been identified to belong to one specific food. […]

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Internet Filtering

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Internet Filtering: Students and staff disagree over web filters by Dylan Carlson, ’19 Every day, students at UA will search for certain websites and encounter the message: “Page Blocked: Access to the requested site has been restricted due to your organization’s policy.” This is because UAHS has set a range of limitations on what one can […]

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Flushing Discrimination

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By Olivia Van Arsdale, ’17 District begins construction for gender-neutral bathroom at Upper Arlington High School A gender-neutral bathroom is being built in UAHS. Located under the main staircase, the administration hopes that it will be finished and in use by the end of the school year. According to UAHS Principal Andrew Theado, this bathroom will […]

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Internet Filtering

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Internet Filtering: Students and staff disagree over web filters by Dylan Carlson, ’19 Every day, students at UA will search for certain websites and encounter the message: “Page Blocked: Access to the requested site has been restricted due to your organization’s policy.” This is because UAHS has set a range of limitations on what one can […]

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Under Pressure

Under Pressure

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The sense that perfection is attainable—and expected—creates stress for students by KELLY CHIAN, ’16 AND ELLISE SHAFER, ‘17 For junior Lexi Murray, stress ensues as soon as she wakes up. Being a member of both Jazz Ensemble and Women’s Glee, Murray wakes up before 6 a.m. four school-day mornings out of five, either to participate […]

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