Senior Edition 2018
Senior Wills


I, Noah Stubenrauch, will my varsity spot to Dennis Giller

I, Katelyn Sevier, will my pettiness to Sophia Calcidise

I, Celeste Riddell, will ONE of my 6-inch high heels to Erin Seccia.

I, Alec Yeaste, will my First Trombone chair in symphonic band to Tim Bredemeier

I, Abby Dorsa, will my Carmex to Abby Ewing

I, Dunia Alkurdi, will leave my studious tendencies from freshman year —only— to Meghan Burke of the sophomore class.

I, Juste Kirieliute, will happiness and more sleep throughout high school to Urte Kirieliute and Gabby Stover.

I, Taylor Owens, will the marching band truck loading crew and podium duty to Jack Roman. Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018
Senior Quotes


“C as in Abe Lincoln”- Noah Stubenrauch

“You only live once, so live your life to the fullest” – Maddie Schlotterbeck

“All of my assignments aren’t done but I am” – Katelyn Sevier

“John Mulaney, The Comeback Kid – 42:18” – Celeste Riddle

“Hanging with a kid for a day might not change the world, but for that kid the world will change.” – Connor Gates

“Tomorrow always has the potential to be a better day.” – Megan Westermeyer

“ “A baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do” – Tommy Pickles” – Darby Schussel

“Hot chicken hot chicken which combo you pickin” – Matthew Reyes

“Get Rekt” – Alec Yeaste

“The Office, Season 7, episode 19, minute 14, second 45” – Abby Dorsa Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018
Oh The Places You’ll Go

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Senior Edition 2018
5 Years From Now

IMG_5762“Have a good start to my career, and not in Ohio”- Maddie Schlotterbeck

“In five years I hope to have a degree in sonography medical imaging and finding a job in a hospital with my 50 pet chihuahuas and coffee shop” – Katelyn Sevier

“I hope that five years from now, I’ll be traveling across the US & Europe on a book tour while also working with a record label to produce music videos.” – Celeste Riddell

“I hope to be the next Ninja.” – Connor Gates

“I hope to work at a museum, either in Cincinnati, Washington D.C, or Los Angeles. I want to work with late 19th and complete 20th century pop culture artifacts.” -Megan Westermeyer Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018
Senior Superlatives


“Most likely to have their art in a museum”

Avi DiPasquale and Isaac Chunn


“Most likely to brighten your day”

Anna Muenchen and Zach Liesch


“Best person to bring home to the parents”

Karleigh Connor and Cole Schwartz Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018: Features
The Truth About Being Bold

Article by Lauren Steele

IMG_5772She wants to see lions. She wants to see Table Mountain and Victoria Falls. She wants to help Africa become a better place. Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018: Features
America Forever

Article by Ryan O’Donnell

IMG_577425 percent of the children who age out of their orphanages in Eastern Europe commit suicide, 60 percent of those males become incarcerated, and 70 percent of those females become sex slaves. One young man from Ukraine was able to overcome those odds, excel in the obstacle course of unfortunate events that is life, score as many soccer goals as John Mayer scores dates, and dazzle his peers with his electric personality. This man answers to the name of Ruslan Burnside. Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018: Features
A Life Filled With Laughter

Article by Caleb Owens

IMG_5753Imagine sitting in an honors composition class hearing a sudden laughter at the expense of silence. The first reaction is to laugh, the second is to look up at her slowly and looked confused. She can’t help herself. Laughter tumbles out of her unconsciously. What’s that noise you tend to hear during an awkward silence? It’s Beth. Continue reading


Senior Edition 2018: Features
America Through the Eyes of an Artist

Article by Jess Harmon

IMG_5750It began with a sketch. It was one of the most unforgettable days of her life. She drew buildings and bridges and lights,everything she saw when she first moved to America. Her fear and excitement all captured onto a piece of paper. The people who filled this new home did not speak her language, but when they would look at what she had made, they’d be able to see through her eyes. Continue reading