May 5, 2020

In the past months, the coronavirus has affected daily life in a huge way. From schools to businesses, everyone is affected.


Schools have been shut down, and people are now working from home, grocery stores are set up different all because of COVID-19. Although America...

May 5, 2020

The marching bands across the districts played their school’s fight song from their porches at 3 p.m. on March 27.


In the midst of the coronavirus chaos, what better way to welcome the beginning of spring break than the comfort of the fight songs? This was a way to sta...

May 5, 2020

With Gov. Mike DeWine canceling school for the remainder of the year, many events have been canceled that were set to take place this spring.


When there was a possibility of returning to school on May 4, athletes involved in spring sports were told that there would be...

April 9, 2020

Junior Taryn Martin wrestled a Big Walnut student, Aliya Martin at Hilliard Darby on Feb. 23. Martin won the match in the finals by pin in one minute and 31 seconds, awarding her the title of state champion.

Martin has been wrestling for six years. She previously compet...

April 9, 2020

Having homework over breaks from school is a very controversial topic in the eyes of many students. Students, more often than not, expect to not have homework over a break because it should be a relaxing time where they don’t need to worry about school. Teachers often...

April 9, 2020

The school administered the ACT to the junior class on Wednesday, Feb. 26. However, last year and this year the test was given online, rather than the standard pencil and test booklet. This brings forth a debate over the impact of online testing.

Online testing has beco...

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