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The Student News Site of Walnut Hills High School

The Chatterbox

The Student News Site of Walnut Hills High School

The Chatterbox

Maya Sampath

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer

In her second year as a Chatterbox staff member, Maya Sampath is thrilled to work as a News and Features Writer. She aspires to continue developing her writing and researching skills as well as interact with WHHS diverse student body. 

Sampath also plays for the girls’ soccer team, is co-president of Model United Nations, and is Vice President of the Class of 2025 Student Council. 

Sampath hopes to major in political science and possibly become a lawyer. 

In her free time, Sampath enjoys baking and listening to artists such as Taylor Swift and Phoebe Bridgers.

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Biden administration scraps student debt

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
February 27, 2024
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Super Bowl sweeps expectations

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
February 17, 2024
Hundreds of students walk around the Forum trying different cultural foods. “I absolutely ran out of food,” Lauren McGill said. “Quickly. We were told to feed at least 20 people and it was gone.”

Inclusion and food fusion

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
February 14, 2024

Grammys brings next level fashion and performances

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
February 9, 2024
Geovanna Schandorf, ‘26, spends time on her phone and listens to music during a break in class.

 “I think the use of phones and other technology in classrooms is going to increase as time goes on,” Claudia Zilliox, ‘29, said.

Distracting devices: Phone use in classrooms

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
February 5, 2024
A good lipstick or gloss can really pull your look together.

Top 5 makeup essentials for an everyday look

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
November 20, 2023
Charlotte Long, ‘25 and Greta Koehn, ‘25 pose in front of the Hoxworth Bloodmobile after donating blood. “Anybody who donated or tried to donate, even if they got there and couldn’t, got a [free] sweatshirt from Hoxworth,” John Caliguri said.

Saving lives one donation at a time

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
November 2, 2023
Pie chart displaying percentage of national merit scholars at WHHS.

National merit students face academic pressure

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
October 26, 2023
Airplane engines hang from the ceiling of the GE Aerospace Learning Center in Evandale, Ohio.

Budgeting for college: saving tuition and time

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
October 10, 2023
Sarah Gebremeskel enjoys her time in Berlin, Germany.

Beyond our borders: Students study abroad

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
September 29, 2023
From left to right: Michelle Martinez, Julia Shotwell,‘25, Audrey Symon, ‘25, Corey Wasem, ‘25, and SENIOR Simone El-Rassi show off their outfits with jeans.

Drippy denim

Maya Sampath, News and Features Writer
March 21, 2023
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