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The Period Tax

The Period Tax

Nadya Ellerhorst, Fine Arts Section Editor

May 11, 2019

I menstruate. There! I said it. Once a month, my uterine lining sheds, and I bleed for about a week. I get nasty cramps, and the occasional headac...

Wally Hill on chili and communism

Wally Hill on chili and communism

Wally Hill

April 29, 2019

Driving down the rural Ohio highways, the golden fields of corn bathed in harsh winter light, it seems like no one would want to leave here. But within...

Living with Schizoaffective disorder

Living with Schizoaffective disorder

April 29, 2019

Sitting in class, I’m trying to focus on taking a test. I hear a pen clicking somewhere. Naturally, I look around trying to figure out who is clicking...

Leaving Ohio

Leaving Ohio

April 29, 2019

Driving down the rural Ohio highways, the golden fields of corn bathed in harsh winter light, it seems like no one would want to leave here. But within...

An open letter to the students and staff of WHHS

An open letter to the students and staff of WHHS

James Martin

April 29, 2019

On Monday, April 8, I had the pleasure of walking through WHHS with a small group of teachers, the President of the Cincinnati Federation of Teachers (CFT)...

Sweet Home Alabama?

Sweet Home Alabama?

April 29, 2019

I remember my college visits in Alabama with fond memories. At least I remember being fond of the Roll Tide and War Eagle state, and that everyone there...

Beto O’Rourke is the Dem’s best chance for 2020

Beto O’Rourke is the Dem’s best chance for 2020

April 18, 2019

Beto O’Rourke is (finally!) running for President. While his fellow Democratic hopefuls announced bid after bid, the Texas congressman who gained nat...

Pride and Prejudice, Political Tolerance

Pride and Prejudice, Political Tolerance

April 15, 2019

Arranged in six rows containing five desks each, WHHS students face their teacher, some engaged in the lecture while others fight off sleep. The classroom ...

Political tolerance at WHHS

Political tolerance at WHHS

April 15, 2019

As a school, as a community, and as a nation, we must do more to protect free speech. Our nation is divided by an ideological chasm, each of us identified as...

Changing the conversation about the Holocaust

Changing the conversation about the Holocaust

April 9, 2019

During my experience in Israel with Heller High, we took a ten day trip to Poland where our specific study was on the Holocaust. Although the subject is somethi...

The case for optimism

The case for optimism

March 12, 2019

Being optimistic is hard. Sometimes it feels like the whole world is throwing us a bunch of obstacles and there’s nothing we can do to stop it. It seems...

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