Josie Stewart

Why the Weight?

For the second year in a row, the district leadership vetoed a proposal for Journalism III-A: Arlingtonian to receive honors weight, yet our broadcast counterpart, Honors Advanced Broadcast (Kickin' It) has received honors credit for several years. The district's decision is baffling—and insulting—and we feel the course is receiving unfair consideration. 

Roma-ing the Halls

By Ayah Elsheikh, ‘20 and Josie Stewart, ‘21 For freshman Sam Rosen, many conversations begin with the golden coated companion that sits at his feet. Roma, a...

Where’s the Line?

Students participating in religious clubs outside of school, sparks a conversation about secularism within the halls of UAHS. By Molly Mitchell, '20 and Josie ...

Trading Spaces

Teachers reflect on their time in the current building compared to moving into the new one By Molly Mitchell, ‘20 and Josie Stewart, ‘21 Chemistry teacher P...

Tech Transition

The 2019-20 school year marks the first year of iPads being used by students and faculty. By Molly Mitchell, ‘20 and Josie Stewart, ‘21 Aug. 15 marked the fir...
Josie Stewart

Josie Stewart

Josie Stewart is a senior at UAHS and the current Editor in Chief of Arlingtonian. Josie has always had a passion for writing, especially in journalism where she quickly rose from spotlight to managing editor her sophomore and junior year. She understands the importance of learning stories that usually wouldn’t be heard and creating an outlet for those who need it. Over the years, she has received five awards from the Ohio Scholastic Media Association and had creative work published online and in print around Central Columbus. Outside of writing, Josie is an active member of many service learning groups and co-president of Students for Change. When not at school, Josie is most likely enjoying music and concerts, shopping second-hand or running around Columbus with friends.