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Welcome to Walnut Hills High School

Trent Willhite, Drone Photojournalist
May 15, 2019
Most girls start menstruating in middle school. At WHHS, hundreds of girls struggle with adjusting to the process every year, and aspects of society can make it more difficult to do so.

The Period Tax

Nadya Ellerhorst, Fine Arts Section Editor
May 11, 2019
Sheridan Hennesy, 24, has been participating in spelling bees since third grade. Her recent accomplishments at WHHS are a culmination of years of efforts and preparation.

Becoming the Bee

Hajra Munir, Editor in Chief
April 30, 2019
Movie poster for Us, staring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke. Released March 22, 2019.

Horror film ‘Us’ is new Peele project

Ella Morriss, Style & Culture Writer
April 30, 2019
Junior high students pose for a picture at the annual Twilight Ball dance. Colorful decorations adorned the Junior High Gym around them as their classmates danced and enjoyed the night.

Dancing through Twilight

Kaylee Robbins, Deputy Editor in Chief
April 29, 2019
SENIOR Allyson Garth creates representational art. This piece showcases some of Garth’s internal struggles, such as feeling caught in her own mind. It reads: “My life is a puzzle, why can’t I solve it!” and “Let me out.”

Living with Schizoaffective disorder

Allyson Garth, Managing Editor Operations
April 29, 2019
According to the 2017-18 Senior College Plans Survey

Leaving Ohio

Isabel Nissley, Deputy Online Editor in Chief
April 29, 2019
Students gather in the courtyard outside the cafeteria, many of them with caffeinated beverages, a place that is light during the spring but dark during much of the school year. Over the next several years as WHHS transitions to a later school start time, many proponents of the change hope it will help students sleep more and not commute to school in the dark, preventing accidents.

CPS to change school start times

Conrad Kleiner, News & Features Writer
April 29, 2019
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