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The Chatterbox

The Student News Site of Walnut Hills High School

The Chatterbox

Dominic Hamon

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions

In his third year as a Chatterbox staff member, Dominic Hamon is excited to work as the Opinions Section Editor. He strives to produce several different articles that are both interesting for students to read and for himself to write.

Hamon worked as a Peanuts Writer in his first year and then as an editor for the same section. Though he loved Peanuts, he’s excited to broaden his Chatterbox horizon and tackle opinions head-on.

Hamon also plays soccer for the WHHS boys JV team and has a goal of being a part of many clubs.

All content by Dominic Hamon
Just take my word for it is a column that appears in every other issue.
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Just take my word for it

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
February 16, 2024
Students flood Blair Avenue on the way to and from WHHS nearly every day. The street, however, is so much more than just a road to a school.

Living in the Blair-ea code

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
February 6, 2024
Just take my word for it is a column that appears in every other issue.
(Made by Dominic Hamon on Canva)

Just take my word for it

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
January 8, 2024
Just take my word for it is a column that appears in every other issue.
(Made by Dominic Hamon on Canva)

Just take my word for it

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
November 16, 2023
Made by Dominic Hamon on Canva

Class colors

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
November 13, 2023

Effies and E-flats through the years

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
October 24, 2023
A photo created on Canva by a human to reflect the idea of good AI.

Man vs. machine: Two sides of the story

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
October 19, 2023
The Chatterbox staff strives to produce well-written articles which perfectly balance the arts of being both precise and concise.

Writing like Kevin

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
October 12, 2023
An infographic showing different advantages and disadvantages within the school system.

Cincinnati public scares

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
February 13, 2023
Jh mock trial is back and in person, teaching students the fundamentals of defending a case and prosecuting criminals.

Are you mocking me:

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
May 18, 2022
JH counselor (last names M-Z), Becky Junewick, standing outside of the counseling office. Junewick, along with her co-workers, provide an outlet for JH students to destress in a very academically-charged environment.

JH counselors help students help themselves

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
May 11, 2022
Book Recommendations

Book Recommendations

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
April 4, 2022
The junior high Swim Team end the season with success and friendship.

Meets and Memories

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
March 9, 2022
Opinions on Omicron

Opinions on Omicron

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
January 27, 2022
The 2026 class intently focused on their dodgeball players and cheering them on against the Effies.

The roaring spirit of JH

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
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

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
November 2, 2021
The Boogie Bash began as a success with seventh and eighth graders coming over to boogie no one was left costumeless.

[Photo] A spooky tradition lives again

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
November 1, 2021
Number 8, Braylon Dennis, is a Wide-receiver on the 7th grade football team. The team practiced and conditioned 2 days a week throughout the summer and now 4 days a week since school is back in session. Dennis is pumped for the season as he says “I’m excited and it’s just super fun to play.”

The Pay Off – Junior High football

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
October 5, 2021
Effie Joey Kurtz taking a moment from soccer with his friends at lunch to share his input on the school year.

Effie Alert: First impressions

Dominic Harmon, Peanuts Writer
September 21, 2021
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