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Back to Broadcast: CET’s enlightening pandemic initiatives

May 2, 2020

For more than six decades, CET has been delivering educational programming to the Greater Cincinnati area. With shows to suit the tastes of any and ever...

Theatre department chair, Michael Sherman, advises students during a rehearsal for the fall production of 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.' This spring, Sherman had to cancel the junior high musical, 'Hairspray Jr.,' due to COVID-19. “It's the first time I've ever had to do it in my 12 years teaching theater, but, you know, these are extraordinary circumstances,” Sherman said.

WHHS Theatre Department overcomes remote learning hurdles

April 22, 2020

The recent upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the high school experience for all WHHS students, especially those in the Theatre Department. In t...

Desperate times call for digital measures

Desperate times call for digital measures

April 15, 2020

UPDATE April 16: On Wednesday April 15, the Cincinnati Opera announced the cancellation of its 2020 100th anniversary season. The company has asked its ...

The WHHS Band App Fundraiser is cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak and people not having their instruments.

WHHS Band App Fundraiser cancelled

April 15, 2020

The WHHS Band App Fundraiser is cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak and people not having their instruments. Gov. Mike DeWine has cancelled schools until...

Poets and explosions

Poets and explosions

March 13, 2020

At first, there is silence. A lone figure stands still, quiet and serious, in the front of a classroom, surrounded by intrigued peers. Suddenly, with...

WHHS student stars in Children’s Theatre production of ‘Annie’

This past February, Diana Hutchinson, '23, made history as the first African-American actress to play Annie in the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s production of 'Annie.'

Kathryn Daniher

March 12, 2020

Diana Hutchinson, ‘23, has always been a star on stage. In 2019 she performed in WHHS’s production of Xanadu Jr. as the Greek muse Erato.  This p...

The WHHS International Thespian Society discusses future leadership at their Feb. 27 meeting.

Making a scene

March 11, 2020

There’s something about murder that just gets WHHS International Thespian Society Troupe 456 going. “The Murder Mystery is… definitely one of my favorite memori...

Kasey Shao, ‘21, who began playing piano at age six, is no stranger to competition, having won awards at many national and international music competitions. Shao will utilize her musical talent in the Overture Awards’ final round on March 7.

Overture Awards finalists off to Aronoff Center

March 5, 2020

While a great deal of attention is brought on WHHS’ sports stars, renown is not something that should exist merely in Marx Stadium. WHHS’ artists have...

Honora Martin, ‘23, works alongside artist Suzanne Fisher to put together one of the 10 inch mosaics. Martin uses Art Club as an outlet for her creativity, and she appreciates the chance to use art to make others feel better.

Mosaics: Patient work worthy of the PICU

March 5, 2020

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital has put out a call to 12 of Cincinnati’s finest artists. Children’s is building a new Pediatric Intensive Care...

The 2018-2019 WHHS Wind Ensemble pose on the stage where they performed several concerts. The Wind Ensemble was included in the senior high band concert on Feb. 25, 2020.

The high notes of the senior high band concert

February 29, 2020

The senior high band concert was on Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. in the WHHS auditorium. The concert featured performances from the Intermediate Band Percussion En...

Alexandra Franz, ‘23, works on a self portrait during her AP Studio Art class, using a selfie for reference. Franz worked in watercolor, which she developed as her specialty this year. “A lot of people think [watercolor is] hard, but there’s a wildness to it that is fun to try to tame that I really enjoy,” Franz said.

Art is key

February 20, 2020

In the 2020 National Scholastic Art Competition, the WHHS Art Department had the best showing in WHHS history; eighty five student works received either...

WHIP whips up opportunities for WHHS music students

Instruments stand, unused, during the summer months at WHHS. Rentable instruments and other aspects of WHHS' music department are funded in part by Walnut Hills Instrumental Parents (WHIP).

Tobey Logan

February 20, 2020

WHIP, or Walnut Hills Instrumental Parents, according to the WHHS website, is a “fun and dedicated bunch of folks, committed to supporting and supplementing...

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