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Choir students from the Men's Ensemble performed at four Cincinnati elementary schools over two days. The performed a set of pieces, and encouraged students to join choir programs.

Men’s Ensemble performs at local elementary schools

January 29, 2019

On Jan. 17 and 24, Men’s Ensemble visited local elementary schools to perform and encourage students to join the choir program in junior high. “T...

Rowan Chatterjee, ‘20, torpedoes through the water at a swim meet against Loveland High School on Dec. 11.  He swam the butterfly stroke as part of WHHS’s 200 yard medley relay, along with Clovis Dufourg, ‘21, Alex Krietemeyer, ‘20 and Xavier Reblando, ‘22. The medley team finished in second place in this race with a time of 1:45.97.

The swim to success

January 29, 2019

In WHHS’s newly renovated pool, The Natatorium, the swim team practices almost every day for their next meet. They hope to win, and based on past records,...

Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer address the nation, following Donald Trump’s address. Schumer claimed that “the symbol of America should be the Statue of Liberty, not a 30-foot wall.”

McConnell hurting millions with government shutdown

January 29, 2019

Note: Information in this article is current as of Jan. 22, 2019. It began late in the evening of Dec. 21, 2018. The 535 members of the U.S. Congress...

The Women’s Varsity Basketball Team gathers to celebrate teammate Kennedi Myles’s 1,000th point. The Lady Eagles
triumphed over West Clermont in an Eastern Cincinnati Conference matchup on Dec. 3.

More than just a basketball program, a family

January 29, 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 d...

Class rank, a long standing part of the WHHS graduation process, has been voted down and will no longer be implemented at WHHS. This has caused an outcry from students who feel that their opinions weren’t fully considered in the decision.

The removal of class rank

January 29, 2019

Every year, hundreds of WHHS SENIORS meticulously calculate a myriad of factors as they aim to maneuver their way into their dream schools. And every year,...

Several pieces are displayed that AP Art students have been working to perfect for the Scholastic Art Awards.  This year, WHHS received more awards for artwork than in any previous year.

Scholastic Art Awards

January 29, 2019

On Jan. 10, WHHS’s AP Art students anxiously waited as the regional Scholastic Art Awards were announced. This year the students’ work earned 80 awards,...

Girls junior high basketball players stand with a basketball in front of the bleachers in the Junior High Gym, with eighth graders in the back row and seventh graders in the front row. The girls’ junior high basketball teams have games throughout the week.

Stresses to success

January 29, 2019

At WHHS, balancing school work with your daily life is hard enough. But when you put practices every day for two hours in the mix, things can get a little...

Ohio House Bill 293, if passed, would effectively raise the driving age to 16 and six months to allow for a year-long learning period. “If there has recently been more teen car crashes or accidents, then I understand why the license age should be raised, but I think of myself and my peers as good drivers,” Grace Hofstetter, ‘21, said.

Ohio considers putting the brakes on teen driving

January 29, 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...

Team manager SENIOR David Akanbi is seen surrounded by his teammates after being presented with his gift from the team. Max Poynter, ‘22, had the idea to raise money for the new shoes.

Scoring points off the court

January 29, 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....

Snow and ice cover the plaza outside the Arcade and the football field. Several times already this year, students and faculty have had to walk through these conditions to enter the school.

The story behind snow days

January 29, 2019

Nearly every morning after a snowstorm the previous evening, students anticipate a day off from school. It seems harmless, but those days can add up, and...

The return of Wally Hill

The staff of the Chatterbox has been proud to serve the Walnut community since 1922.

Wally Hill

January 29, 2019

Every year, Wally Hill travels deep within the mountains of the Himalayas to live and meditate with the hidden civilization of ancient Chatterboxers. Through...

The Gillette advertisement features footage of men at a grill, repeating the words “boys will be boys.” This mantra is frequently used to justify the sometimes inappropriate actions of young men and boys.

Thank you, Gillette

January 29, 2019

Two girls walk under the rolling autumn sky, the breeze whipping hair around their heads. Laughing, they notice a car full of boys approaching them. One...

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