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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was the second female and first Jewish Supreme Court justice.

The world without RBG

Chloe Smith, Features Section Editor
November 4, 2020
Responses of a Chatterbox survey of 143 people from WHHS concerning their opinion on Online learning.

Does WHHS like online learning?

David Shelly, Staff Writer
November 2, 2020
Lily Clark, ‘23, starts her online assignments after finishing up a long day of virtual learning. Clark is not a fan of online learning, and misses social interaction

The unseen struggles of online learning

Kate Stiens, Opinions Section Editor
October 28, 2020
Hundreds of protestors gathered in Grant Park to protest the Vietnam War during the 1968 Democratic Nominating Convention in Chicago, Ill.

1968 v. 2020: Parallels from the mind of Aaron Sorkin

Abby Jay, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 20, 2020
Responses from a Chatterbox survey of 188 people among the WHHS community.

Climate change needs more attention

Kate Stiens, Opinions Section Editor
October 20, 2020
Both pro-life and pro-choice protestors gather outside the Supreme Court in 2016. The demonstration protested the landmark decision of Whole Woman’s Health vs Hellerstedt. The Court ruled that Texas could not put restricitons on abortion services to prevent women from seeking an abortion.

A case for choice

Sofia Tollefson, Managing Editor of Current Events
October 20, 2020
Following the murder of George Floyd, rioters start a fire outside of the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct. This precinct was the one where Derek Chauvin, the man who killed Floyd, worked.

The path toward civil war

David Shelly, Staff Writer
October 16, 2020
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
The staff of the Chatterbox has been proud to serve the Walnut community since 1922.

Wally Hill on chili and communism

Wally Hill
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
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