• Heroin: Ohio’s Biggest High, Biggest Problem

    Heroin: Ohio’s Biggest High, Biggest Problem

    Ryan Squires

    September 28, 2016

    The heroin problem in Ohio is growing rapidly. With 247 overdoses and 21 deaths in the last 30 days in the city of Akron alone, and 27 overdoses in Columbus in the last 24 hours. Ohio has one of the largest Heroin markets in the country. Over the last four years the number of overdoses and deaths related to Heroin in Ohio has risen 225%. This staggering statistic has brought... READ MORE »»

    a syringe is commonly used to inject heroin into the bloodstream

  • 2016 Presidential Debates

    2016 Presidential Debates

    Liam Hull

    September 27, 2016

    Now that the first of the 2016 Presidential Debates has set the election season off with a bang, people are more eager to watch and see how the two candidates face off against each other, with their own set of ideologies. As for the two candidates that faced off against one another, in one corner,... READ MORE »»

  • Francisco Javier Lopez Hernandez

    Francisco Javier Lopez Hernandez

    Chelsea E. Vasquez

    September 27, 2016

    "The hardest thing that happened to me when I moved here was that I had to walk and be trapped in trucks" READ MORE »»

  • Beyoncé, IRL

    Beyoncé, IRL

    Shaina Dubinskiy

    September 20, 2016

    I saw Beyoncé. In. Real. Life. It was Saturday evening, and I had spent six dreadful hours in the car en route to what was going to be the most slay-sational and flawless night in my existence. I had dreamed of seeing Beyoncé live since I was a little girl, and spending a quarter of my day crampe... READ MORE »»

  • Edgerton Adds Drama to Stage Makeup

    Edgerton Adds Drama to Stage Makeup

    Anna Gerber

    September 20, 2016

    Have you ever watched an older horror film and been unable to take it seriously because it looks fake? Luckily for the TWHS theatre Department, Grace Edgerton's work is as realistic as it comes.  Edgerton specializes in special effects makeup, the process of using prosthetic sculpting, molding an... READ MORE »»

    Edgerton uses makeup and photography to make a public statement about domestic violence

  • Climate Kids

    Climate Kids

    Abbie Miller, Writer

    September 20, 2016

    On April 8, 2016, the federal District Court in Eugene, Oregon heard a case against the federal government and fossil fuel industry filed by 21 kids, ages 9-19.  Judge Thomas Coffin ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, who argued that the federal government is failing to protect their futures’ by no... READ MORE »»

  • The Cost of Having Allergies

    The Cost of Having Allergies

    Payton McClintock

    September 19, 2016

    Living with a food allergy can be a constant struggle for both parents and children. It is estimated that between four and six percent of kids under 18 have allergies, and that number is on the rise. Whether it be milk, soy, gluten, a bee sting, or any given allergen, a child must always be prepared... READ MORE »»

    photo via Fickr under the Creative Commons license.

  • Appreciate Art in a New Setting

    Appreciate Art in a New Setting

    Anna Gerber, Writer

    April 26, 2016

    Anna Gerber I remember, as a kid, painting pictures for my mom. I would use all the paint in the bottle for one white piece of paper, but she would still put it on the fridge even if it had 10 gallons of paint on it. The new wing of the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) is just like a refrigerator - y... READ MORE »»

    View of downtown Columbus from Patty's garden.

    Anna Gerber

  • Treasures, Parks and People

    Treasures, Parks and People

    Ellie Brown, Writer

    April 4, 2016

    You are running. Sweaty and out of breath, you aren’t really paying attention to your surroundings, and suddenly you find yourself in water - cold, ankle deep water. You realize that you have just run into a very large puddle. But how did you go from a path to a puddle? It’s just one of the features alon... READ MORE »»

    Sign at the Masefield entrance to the Olentangy Bike Trail.

    Ellie Brown

  • Pink is Power in India, too

    Pink is Power in India, too

    Janie Ahmed, Writer

    April 1, 2016

    In India, there are women with little to no rights because of culture and religion. Some people in India follow Islam and its holy text, the Quran, which claims that women are worth less than men. There are laws in India that reinforce this mindset and increase the perception that women are not equal to o... READ MORE »»

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TWHS Announcements

Bowling Meeting October 5th

There will be an initial meeting of the Bowling Team and anyone interested in bowling on October 5th at 3:15 in Room 20. ...  Read More »

September 30, 2016 • 0 comments

Order Your Spiritwear Online Through October 16!

September 30, 2016

Sexual Harassment PSA

September 29, 2016

Sign Up for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Test by 10/14

September 26, 2016

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Opinion

Beyoncé, IRL

Shaina Dubinskiy

I saw Beyoncé. In. Real. Life. It was Saturday evening, and I had spent six dreadful hours in the car en route to what was going to be the most slay-sational and flawless night in my existence. I ...  Read More »

September 20, 2016 • 0 comments

ISIS, Too Close To Home?

September 20, 2016

What Happened to Field Trips?

May 24, 2016

Water Polo

May 24, 2016

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Feature

Edgerton Adds Drama to Stage Makeup

Anna Gerber

Have you ever watched an older horror film and been unable to take it seriously because it looks fake? Luckily for the TWHS theatre Department, Grace Edgerton's work is as realistic as it comes.  Edgerton specializes in special effects makeup,...  Read More »

September 20, 2016 • 0 comments

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