Archive for March, 2018

A Fantastic Film

A Fantastic Film

Director Sebastián Lelio delivers a riveting film with a performance just as riveting by transgender actress Daniela Vega in the Oscar-winning, beautifully shot A Fantastic Woman. The film focuses on the struggle of a transgender woman, Marina Vidal (Daniela Vega), after the abrupt death of her lover, Orland (Francisco Reyes Morande). Lelio incorporates a variety of visuals and tracks to […]

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Spring Signing Day

Spring Signing Day

Athletes stood with their parents, friends, coaches, and teammates as they excitedly waited for their turn at the signing table, something they each had been working towards for a long time. On Wednesday, March 21 spring athletes signed to their future colleges for the sport they had been dedicated to for years, and will continue to be dedicated to as […]

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The Madness of Books

The Madness of Books

The month of March means the March Madness for basketball fans, but for those who would prefer a good read, it means a madness all of its own. March Book Madness is a competition of sorts spearheaded in by Tony Keefer and Scott Jones, two teachers from central Ohio. In 2015 the two decided to exposes their “classroom versions” to […]

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Photographer: John Piland

The New Security

Following the shooting in Parkland, Florida, and a recent intrusion situation, school officials have begun to improve school security in order to create a safer and more comfortable learning environment. The front doors were formerly unlocked and mostly unmonitored, save for security cameras and the occasional personal observation. This has since changed, with the implication of ambassadors to monitor the […]

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Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 8

Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 8

This week on Wildcat News, the opioid epidemic is investigated, two students talk about their passion for makeup, athlete injuries are discussed, and two students with tattoos talk about why they have them.

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Focus- Ignoring everything else junior Kaylah Valler focuses on doing what she loves. “When I am on stage it feels as if nothing else matters to me,” Kaylah said. Photo by Jack Schweizer

In the Spotlight

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Fishing in a pond you never know what you could reel in. “I’m not sure if i've got a fish or a turtle,” freshman Maggie Adams said. “I’ll try to let you know before my line breaks.” She had to wait for the fish to stop squirming and jumping before she could hold it. Photo by Hannah Hall.

Fishing With Friends

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Washington, D.C. Student Trip

Washington, D.C. Student Trip

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In The Distance > Waiting to be able to walk across the street Senior Nick Garbarion and junior Lilly Guidi look at the other side of the street trying to figure out where to go next. "I wanted to keep going straight but Lilly wanted to take a left...we were kind of lost," Nick said. Photo by Abby Schumeyer.

Into The City

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Attention- JROTC’s A-Team is at the mercy of the colonel. “As soon as you hear the word attention you better be in line and stay as still as you can,” Jerry Sprool said. These members have to know what to do at all times or they’ll get a long lecture and a load of hard work. Photo taken by Tucker Hendershott

JROTC Fever

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