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Kimaya Mundhe

Kimaya Mundhe, Managing Editor of Current Events

In her third year as a Chatterbox staff member, Kimaya Mundhe, ‘25, is excited to work as the Managing Editor of Current Events. This year she hopes to cover news that affects the WHHS community and support her hardworking section writers along the way.

She completed Newswriting One and was previously a features writer and features section editor. Some of her favorite Chatterbox memories come from interviews with alumn Kenneth Parker and Mayor Aftab Pureval. Mundhe enjoys journalism and plans to spend the next three years producing and editing content for the publication. 

Mundhe is also President of FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), a representative on WHHS’ Diversity Equity and Inclusion Council and a swimmer. 

When she is not taking part in any of those activities or writing for The Chatterbox, she enjoys lifting weights, photography, watching movies and spending time with friends.

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The WHHS Chamber Orchestra practices for their Blink performance. Violinists SENIOR Kat Swift and Sophia Krumm, ‘25, use class time to practice their music.

What is Blink?

October 24, 2022
The WHHS’ student handbook has been updated several times over the last few school years. Assistant principal, Ashley Morgan helped put together this year’s revised copy with school administrators and counselors. “[The new version] is a little bit cleaner, and just a little bit more to the point,” Morgan said.

Know your rights

April 4, 2022
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
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