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Hair donations for the cure

Grace Zhang, Associate Web Editor
March 5, 2020
Downtown Cincy is filled with fun. The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge is perfect for a relaxing walk and a great opportunity for some amazing shots of Cincinnati’s skyline. Along with the attractions, there are also many restaurants, ranging from inexpensive to very fancy dining. Additionally, the historical vibe of the area is very unique and special. Your relatives will really enjoy all that downtown has to offer.

Tourist’s Guide to Cincinnati

Ria Parikh, Staff Writer
November 11, 2019
THINKING PINK. For the month of October, Silver Spring House, a local restaurant in Symmes Township, decked out in pink from head to toe in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. From the building itself to napkins, each part of the restaurant got its chance to shine in the pink spotlight.

Local business thinks pink for October

Katie Mott, Staff Writer
November 5, 2019
A FUN NIGHT. Students and staff alike gathered to enjoy the trivia night. The event ended at roughly 8 p.m.

Students give trivia a try

Kirsten Thomas, Web Editor
April 18, 2019
HOPE. As far as poses go, this one was a crowd favorite for it showed the toughness of the survivor. After all, the FFTC committee agrees that the primary reason they chose to support The Dragonfly Foundation was because they provide encouragement and support during a dragonfly’s battle with cancer. By doing the show, not only are they raising money to support The Dragonfly Foundation’s mission, they give the kids a chance to enjoy being their true selves.

Moments from Fashion for the Cure

Grace Zhang, Copy Editor
April 17, 2019
DRAW, PAINT, BUILD. At the Sycamore Art Show, works of art from all grades were displayed. The day before the show, art teachers from the four different Elementary schools, E.H. Greene school, Junior High, and High School gathered to put up the multitude of pieces done by students. Included was a group project by the Elementary students where they colored on pieces of paper and then constructed a cityscape by sticking the separately colored pages together by cutting slits and placing them together to construct a criss cross. Junior High students made Zentangles, a series of different patterns placed next to each other, creating the students’ hair above a photo of their face.

Sycamore families gather for art

Charlotte Weiss, Business team
April 15, 2019
MAKE IT TO THE MARKET. Your trip is not complete without stopping by Magnolia Market at the SIlos. Upon entering the Market's main shop, you are greeted by a beautiful seasonal display.

Nothing beats Magnolia

Kirsten Thomas, Web Editor
April 7, 2019
PRECISE. The Chemistry Club had a fun meeting making soap from scratch with chemistry. Members were given a sheet of paper with instructions to follow to make the the soap mixture. Elements’ masses were measured out to precise measurements of grams on a scale to ensure the perfect concoction.

Chem club makes soap

Hannah Lee, Copy Editor
March 14, 2019
Students take on Perfect North

Students take on Perfect North

Kirsten Thomas, Web Editor
February 21, 2019
WOODWIND. Second bell band takes the stage. They played “Children’s March” by Percy Grainger, “Danzon No. 2” by Arturo Marquez, and “Dusk” by Steven Bryant. “My favorite piece was ‘Danzon No. 2’. It painted a really vivid picture in my head and it was super fun and lively. You could feel all the different parts coming together,” said Connor Close, 11.

Band takes stage

Chloe Mensch, Copy Editor
February 1, 2019
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