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Cincinnati Hangout Spots

Alexandra Sukin

June 1, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, Lifestyle

By Taylor Boggs '16, contributor Looking for new places to hang out this summer? Here are some fun and exciting hangout spots that you can attend with your friends to enliven your summer. The best part is that you can go to...

A Summer Shopping List

Alexandra Sukin

June 1, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, Lifestyle

By Gusty Pohlman '15, contributor When I think about the transition from winter to summer, not only do I think about the warmth, the pool, the beach, and the absence of homework, I think about clothes. Shoes. Shirts. Dresses. Ba...

"Run, Hide, Fight": CCD's New Approach to School Safety

Caroline Gentile

May 6, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, News

By Alex Sukin '15, Perspectives Editor The drill ‘intruder’ dressed in a red sweatshirt and black mask entered the high school around 10:00AM to the surprise of students and faculty. “I was thinking ‘Oh my gosh, it’s ha...

Who Needs Cookbooks When You Have the Internet? Top Recipe Websites

Caroline Gentile

May 6, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, Lifestyle

by Caroline Gentile '13, co-Editor-in-Chief I hadn't been much of a baker until I saw a picture of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup brownie show up on my Facebook newsfeed.  Oozing with melted chocolate and peanut butter, this brownie...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Amelia Drew to attend Indiana University

Avery Maier

April 17, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, The Lens

Every year, the Scroll publishes a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This is the college essay of Amelia Drew, who will be attending Indiana University this fall. “Amelia Drew.” My heart was pounding. ...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Sam Hall to attend Princeton University

Avery Maier

April 17, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, The Lens

Every year, the Scroll publishes a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This is the college essay of Sam Hall, who will be attending Princeton University this fall. I have been fascinated with aviation for as long as ...

"House of Cards" a thrilling political drama

Avery Maier

April 17, 2013

Filed under A&E, Featured Stories

By Shashank Jejurikar ’13, A&E Editor “House of Cards” is a stirring political series packed with intrigue, drama, and expert storytelling. The first season employs great writing, better acting, and innova...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Avery Maier to attend Dartmouth

Avery Maier

April 16, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, Perspectives, The Lens

Every year, the Scroll publishes a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This is the college essay of Avery Maier, who will be attending Dartmouth College this fall. By Avery Maier '13, Co-Editor-in-Chief...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Caroline Gentile to attend Harvard University

Caroline Gentile

April 16, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, The Lens

Every year, the Scroll publishes a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This is the college essay of Caroline Gentile, who will be attending Harvard University this fall. Dear Future College Roommate, Neatness has n...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Isabelle McAlevey to attend Washington and Lee University

Avery Maier

April 16, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, The Lens

Every year, the Scroll publishes a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This is the college essay of Isabelle McAlevey, who will be attending Washington and Lee University this fall. The crack of an eggsh...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Julia Murphy to attend Boston College

Avery Maier

April 16, 2013

Filed under Featured Stories, Perspectives

Every year, the Scroll publishes a series of college essays written by the graduating seniors. This is the college essay of Julia Murphy, who will be attending Boston College this fall. “It’s easy!” I found myself telling Jillian, the ne...

The 24-Hour Theatre Project

Elizabeth Miller

April 16, 2013

Filed under A&E, Featured Stories, News

By Elizabeth Miller '15, Entertainment Editor Over the years, the spring play has taken many different forms, such as one-act plays or student-directed performances. This year, Mark Femia has decided to add another genre to the ...

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