A group of WHHS marching band students poses during practice. The marching band practices for multiple hours a day, and can always be seen, and heard, on the Marx Stadium field.

Marching Band honors student in ‘Come Together’

October 31, 2018

If you’ve missed a few football home games this season, you may not have witnessed the halftime show dedicated to Kayla Duerler of Harrison High School...

Low attendance is affecting student athletes

Low attendance is affecting student athletes

Arianna Boddie, Public Relations Manager

October 23, 2018

According to the National Women’s Law Center, nearly 28 percent of public schools  have large gender inequality in sports (any number higher than 10 perce...

Charlotte Adams, ‘21 competes in archery with a club, and track and cross country with WHHS. Adams is driven to succeed in both sports both by her teammates and herself, often manifesting itself as stress. “Sometimes its a two way street and sometimes its a circle,” Adams said on her stress motivating her.

This student athlete shines a light on sexism in sports

October 23, 2018

String. Aim. Release. The sport of archery is one that often gets overlooked in the days of constant football games and baseball playoffs. But to Charl...

An Amazon shipping fulfillment center houses thousands of products that will eventually be delivered to the customers. It is
centers like these that employ workers who are affected the most by the minimum wage increase.

Amazon spearheads movement to raise minimum wage

October 23, 2018

“We listened to our critics, thought hard about what we wanted to do and decided we want to lead,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in a statement announcing...

Taking on Fall trends

Sydney Kitchen, ‘20, embraces the animal print trend of the season. “This coat is thrifted and so warm. Perfect for the fall weather,” Kitchen said.

Elizabeth Ramos, Style & Culture Writer

October 23, 2018

Every year there seems to be a new fashion trend. Sometimes old styles make their way back into fashion, other times a brand new phenomenon occurs that...

Taylor Swift breaks her political silence streak with a post to her 112 million followers on Instagram. “In the past I’ve been reluctant to publicly voice my political opinions, but due to several events in my life and in the world in the past two years, I feel very differently about that now,” Swift said in her post.

The political power of a popstar

October 23, 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...

SENIOR Elizabeth Allen speaks with a representative at National Portfolio Day at the Art Academy of Cincinnati on Oct. 6. Allen benefited greatly from attending this event, being accepted into schools and offered scholarships on the spot.

National Portfolio Day

October 23, 2018

National Portfolio Day (NPD) is an important event in the art community for AP Studio Art students who are required to submit a portfolio as their AP exam....

SENIOR Lily Adams and Jack Giglia,‘21, pose for an Into the Woods promotional shot. Giglia will play The Baker and Adams will play The Baker’s Wife in the upcoming production.

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

October 23, 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...

President Donald Trump addresses his supporters directly at one of his rallies. Trump made a very strong impression during his visit to the Greater Cincinnati area on Oct. 12 that has become a topic of conversation in local and state political circles.

Trump turns heads in Ohio

October 23, 2018

On Oct. 12, President Donald Trump flew into Lunken Airport to speak at a rally held at the Warren County Fairgrounds. Beyond causing a traffic headache...

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