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  • Friday, Oct 15- End of First Quarter
  • Thu, November 4 - Hoxworth Blood Drive
  • Tuesday, Nov 2 - Election Day; No Students
  • Fri, October 22 - Junior High Boogie Bash
In 2019, WHHS students gathered in the Blair circle to acknowledge in a strike against climate change. Students worldwide participated in this movement to stop climate change and reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses.
Going green: the battle between big business and climate change
November 22, 2021
The library ran a 3D printed Pokemon giveaway on Oct. 29 to promote the new printer. For a chance to win, students could submit Pokemon-themed selfies with WHHS teachers.
Printing more than paper
November 16, 2021
Annalise Smith, 23, Calvin Brandt, 23 and Rickey Johnson, 23, plant trees as part of the Walnut Woods project to make the woods more habitable for native plants and animals. The project began as a small student effort bus has now expanded, gaining support from the Evanston City Council as well as the Cincinnati Parks and the Civic Garden Center.
Into the Walnut Woods
November 15, 2021
Sandee Coats-Haan’s AP Physics 2 class worked through force calculations, prototypes, testing and to make their final boats. The regatta was held at the pool on Nov. 8, it is available to be viewed on the Walnut Hills Chatterbox YouTube channel.
Smooth sailing
November 15, 2021
With the end of Halloween the greater population along with marketing campaigns tends to skip over Thanksgiving and turn straight to Christmas and the rest of the holiday season.
November 16, 2021
Bobby Keegan addresses the recent violent activity surrounding the neighborhood of Evanston.
Letter from the Editor
November 8, 2021
Scary Movie Word Search Answer Key
Sydnie Barrett, Managing Editor of Visual Elements • November 3, 2021

Shows that children tend to do better in school and have better engagement when they are involved in one or more activities, like sports, musical instruments lessons, or clubs.
Effie Alert: Liam Christie
November 19, 2021
The 2026 class intently focused on their dodgeball players and cheering them on against the Effies.
The roaring spirit of JH
November 15, 2021
JH students put what they’ve been learning to the MAP test, during the week of Oct. 13. The students were only allowed the resources given by the testing website, a pencil, paper, and their knowledge to answer a series of English and Math questions.
The MAP test of patience
November 2, 2021
Athletic trainers are in charge of the water station during the football games, home and away.
Behind the bench: WHHS junior athletic trainers
November 16, 2021
During the upcoming WHHS basketball season only 50% capacity will be
allowed because of COVID-19. Even though there will be a limited number
of fans, students plan to compensate for that missing spirit.
WHHS Basketball set at 50% capacity
November 16, 2021
Kate Stiens, ‘23, SENIOR Owen Murray, and Gianni Allwein, ‘23 qualified for the state cross country meet running times of 16:57, 16:49 and 19:41, respectively.
State qualifying trio
November 16, 2021
Cincinnati has some of the best vintage stores - each one with its own unique look and feel.
The best vintage in 513
November 16, 2021
The big catch of the whole show is that any player can disguise themselves as a totally different person if they want to, or go as their genuine selves.
The Reality of "The Circle"
November 3, 2021
Homecoming Fashion
Kate Stiens, Style & Culture Section Editor
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Sarah Wilson
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In her first year as a Chatterbox staff member, Sarah Wilson is excited to work as a features writer. Wilson’s goals this year include building her interviewing skills as well as refining her writing...

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Nazret Degaulle
Fine Arts Section Editor

In her first year as a Chatterbox staff member, Nazret Degaulle is eager to work as the section editor of fine arts. This year, she is excited to build upon her leadership skills while informing the WHHS...

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