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Walnut Hills High School
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Walnut Hills High School
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Walnut Hills High School
Stories from Walnut Hills High School
One year after Parkland
Opinions

Isabel Nissley | February 20, 2019

It was Valentine’s Day 2018 when a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. This day was supposed to be filled with love, candy hearts and homemade valentines, but…

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Anti-Semitism in America
Features

Conrad Kleiner | February 17, 2019

Every week, millions of Jews around the world begin their routine to attend synagogue or other community services. They get dressed, brush their teeth, maybe even cook a family meal. And now, many are…

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More than just a lockdown drill
Opinions

Delaney Owens | February 16, 2019

Suddenly, my entire class is still, fingers frozen to our keyboards. It takes some of us longer than others to process what is happening: the deafening siren means a lockdown. We haven’t heard about…

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Scoring points off the court
Sports

Jackson Dunbar | February 14, 2019

Both the Women’s and Men’s Varsity Basketball Teams are extremely unique. It’s not common where you have a team with as tight a bond like these two. Both teams even have a member on their team that…

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Ohio considers putting the brakes on teen driving
News

Delaney Owens | February 6, 2019

Ohio House Bill 293 would require teens to hold a temporary permit for a full year, effectively raising the driving age from 16 to 16 and a half.

Under current law, Ohio teens can obtain a temporary…

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More than just a basketball program, a family
Sports

Jackson Dunbar | February 4, 2019

While some of us used Christmas break to catch up on sleep and take part in other activities, the WHHS Girls’ and Boys’ Varsity Basketball Teams went down to Clarksville, Tennessee to compete in Zaxby’s…

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Teaming Up for Seventh Grade
Features

Sofia Tollefson | January 14, 2019

In 2015, WHHS introduced the method of “teaming” for seventh grade students. Initially, only about 90 seventh graders participated.

“When we first started it was English, Latin, science, social…

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Vulfpeck revives modern funk in Hill Climber
Arts & Entertainment

Nick Robertson | December 20, 2018

Since their inception at the University of Michigan in 2011, Vulfpeck has been paving the way for funk to enter the 21st century. Combining James Brown with the mixing and production of the internet age,…

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Bohemian Rhapsody: The good, the bad and the Freddie
Arts & Entertainment

Sydnie Barrett | November 29, 2018

“I won’t be a rockstar. I will be a legend.” Including this one, Freddie Mercury made quite a few remarkable statements during his lifetime. Little did he know just how true his words would be, and…

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Preview of Into the Woods: Thinking outside the box in WHHS theater
Arts & Entertainment

Owen Cummings | November 19, 2018

On Nov. 1, the WHHS Theater program invites you to journey into the woods for an immersive performance of Into the Woods, that will be different from any other show delivered by the program in the past.

“When…

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Fortnite fever sweeps WHHS
Arts & Entertainment

Owen Cummings | November 15, 2018

Five Nights at Freddy’s. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Minecraft. Three multi-million dollar games, and Fortnite has surpassed or is on track to be worth more than each of them. Trailing Minecraft…

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The political power of a popstar
Opinions

Delaney Owens | November 6, 2018

On Oct. 9, Taylor Swift opened the American Music Awards with a fiery performance of “I Did Something Bad,” including a lyric that was censored on national television. Swift received four awards, including…

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What makes a good horror movie
Arts & Entertainment

Owen Cummings | October 30, 2018

“I am…Dracula. I bid you… welcome.” These seven words uttered in 1931 by Bela Lugosi in Universal’s Dracula undoubtedly changed the way horror movies were produced. One of the first large-scale…

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