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Eighth graders meet upperclassman
updated May 27, 2013, 3:02 pm
Every year Student Council does an ice cream social with the upcoming eighth grade members to get to know everybody and decide the homecoming theme. This year it took place on May 20 at Sycamore JH. The theme has been decided but will not be released until next school year.“I am excited to go back to the JH to see who the new members of Student Council are,” said Amy Bitzer, 9Members start out... READ MORE
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Hot Links for starting tennis
updated May 24, 2013, 11:49 am
1. Reasons to start playing2. How to find the perfect racket3. General tips and instructions4. Rules5. Scoring6. Playing doubles7. Injuries to look out for8. Basic strokes: groundstrokes and the serve9. Nearby tennis clubs... READ MORE
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Boys JV tennis shoots down cardinals
May 24, 2013, 11:32 am
New athletes took to the courts on April 23 against the Colerain Cardinals. This was an opportunity for many exhibition players to lead the team to victory.Before the matches began, the captains reminded those playing not to get overconfident or overzealous, and to instead play like they had played all season.“It had a lot of fun. It was nice having everyone cheer me on. I’m happy to contribut... READ MORE
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World works to preserve monuments
updated June 3, 2013, 1:40 pm
In the United States we think little of threats to our nation’s beloved monuments. Mount Rushmore, The Statue of Liberty, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial; all of these seem to be permanent, long lasting testimonies to the freedom of the United States.But in other countries this is not always the case. The family of Amal Saeed, 9, is native Pakistanis, and there are many problems wi... READ MORE
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Cincinnati offers countless summer activities
May 23, 2013, 6:53 pm
We have all done it. We will be sitting around our house over the summer, staring at the ceiling or “creeping” through our friends pictures from a great vacation.Here is a thought though, instead of looking at your friends’ memories and pictures, why not go create some of your own. There are so many things to do in Cincinnati; we often forget that beyond our “Sycamore boundaries” the... READ MORE
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Riots erupt in Swedish capital
updated May 23, 2013, 5:57 pm
Because of its reputation as a well-off, socially equal country, many were shocked to hear about the unrest that was unleashed on May 21 in Stockholm, Sweden. Most of the riots took place in the suburbs filled with many immigrants. These protests sparked a debate of how Sweden is dealing with the influx of immigrants and youth unemployment. "We've had around 30 cars set on fire last... READ MORE
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Students' opinions on new turf field
May 23, 2013, 2:22 pm
The construction of SHS’ new turf field has raised hopes and concerns for those expected to use it next year.This new field will cost 680,000 dollars. TriHealth has already added 455,000 dollars to the “Fund the Field Campaign.” The SHS athletic department is hoping that the rest of the cost will be covered through generous donations from other families.As of May 22, families still need to c... READ MORE
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Seniors say their goodbyes
May 23, 2013, 1:22 pm
Seniors are starting to have mixed emotions. Several of them are still in shock that in a year they will have lived months without their parents and have met many new friends. “I am really excited about college but I am going to miss so many of my teachers,” said Brianna Ruffin, 12. Teachers have had huge impacts on students as they have guided them through high school and prepared th... READ MORE
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Tennis marches on to state
May 23, 2013, 1:21 pm
Just as the sun set on a crowded Mason High School on May 21, the Varsity Gold Tennis team clinched a birth in the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) State Final Four Tournament.Gold defeated Mason, in a thrilling, three- two win. Before the match began, Mason was ranked first in the OHSAA rankings.“It was nice to beat such a good team in such a big match. I am so happy that we could ... READ MORE
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Two Mandarin level four students graduate
May 21, 2013, 6:33 pm
Kelcie Grega and Victoria Xie, both seniors, were given a cheerful send-off at China City Buffet on May 16. “Taking Chinese has been a great experience for me and I encourage people to take it because it’s different from any other language,” said Grega. It is easy enough to speak highly of past experiences, however, Grega proves the sincerity of her words by her future choices. “I a... READ MORE
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