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The Leaf

‘Till We Have Faces:’ the reimagined ‘face’ of the myth Psyche and Cupid

Madeline Marsh, Associate Editor

March 27, 2015

It has been said before and it deserves to be said again: C.S. Lewis has genius. Lewis was a novelist, poet, academic, medievalist, essayist, literary critic, lay theologian, and Christian apologist. If that is not enough, he was part of the Inklings, the informal Oxford literary group...

Choir concert presents folk songs, Latin

Madeline Marsh, Associate Editor

March 15, 2015

Choir class is really just one long rehearsal for the choir concerts and outside performances the choirs perform each year. As the next concert date approaches, choir classes focus all their energy on perfecting their performance pieces.   The performance is to...

OMEA: Sing your heart out

Maddie Marsh, Associate Editor

March 15, 2015

fine The Ohio Music Education Association’s philosophy, according to their website, is that “The Ohio Music Education Association understands education is fundamentally a cooperative effort between the teacher, student and...

Exams are here: pre-exam stress and how to study

Madeline Marsh, Associate Editor

January 9, 2015

Whether you are an old pro at taking exams or a freshman not sure what to expect, everyone could use some advice and reassurance on the stress and trials that inevitably come with exams. Some are last minute crammers; some are conscientious early planners and studiers...

Summer is a time for cold lemonade, hanging out at the pool, and catching up on good books. Check out Plenilune and Anon, Sir, Anon, which are both coming out just in time for the warm weather. They would also make a wonderful graduation present.

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November 25, 2014

The student voice of Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio