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‘Gemini Man’ tortures viewers with plotlessness
Arts & Entertainment

Gabriella Polin | November 7, 2019

If you’re looking for an overwhelmingly mediocre action movie featuring multiple Will Smiths, “Gemini Man” is the movie for you.

As I sat down in the theater with my painfully overpriced ticket,…

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Tennis players bothered by off-campus courts

Brynn Gillen | May 15, 2019

Mayfield High School tennis players are being affected by using off-campus courts on a regular basis.

Many players have no choice but to walk to Highland Heights Park and cross main roads in varying…

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Students help “pop” world record for largest bubble

Juliana Fimiani | April 23, 2019

Students in Kim Thompson’s and Bill Selent’s math 4 physics class are trying to break the Guinness world record for the world’s largest bubble.

These math 4 physics students are working with Gary…

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Opinion: Colleges shouldn’t define success through a number

Gianna Somrak | April 23, 2019

The student rushes in through the front door, completely forgetting to have the usual ‘how was your day, honey?’ conversation with his/her waiting parent. The student dashes to their bedroom, leaps…

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If Guys Can Do It So Can Girls: High school sports should be coed

Makayla DePinto | April 19, 2019

If boys can play on female sports teams, then girls should play on male sports teams. If the constitution states that everyone is equal then shouldn’t sports follow that rule?

In the article “Could…

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Soul Cycle instructor creates fun environment

Julianna Szigeti | March 12, 2019

Students in Soul Cycle believe that adviser Abigail Ferritto has incorporated many cool ideas into the club.

Soul Cycle is a cycling club that meets after school on Mondays(Tuesdays if there’s no…

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Winter student-athletes cope with cold days

Becca Fritz | February 13, 2019

Swimmer Gianna Ferrante, gymnast Sasha Borshev, and wrestler Rory Nolan all have to deal with the cold days affecting their sport.

Winter athletes, just as every other season athlete, have big obstacles…

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English teacher refers to music producer in lesson

Emily Byrne | November 16, 2018

Alexandra Shaw is an English teacher who incorporated influencer DJ Khaled into her lessons to help students relate to the topic.

In eleventh grade English during the week of Oct. 20, students read…

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Swim team changes up the process

Emily Steffey | October 18, 2018

The saying “stick with what works” is repeated throughout most, if not all sports. For women and men’s swimming, head coach Rick Balcam is taking a risk to change up the practices and season as a whole.


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Students keep busy with writing college essays

Krista Rice | September 27, 2018

Five weeks into the 2018-2019 school year and students are already preparing for college.

English teacher Alexandra Shaw believes it’s important to prepare students for the real world. Shaw said,…

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