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LIGHTER FARE:Two Dunns, one Black and a Doctor (Kairet, that is) walk into a zoo

Holly Dayton

November 15, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare

By Holly Dayton, Lens Section Editor The Scroll has just gotten the scoop about the new initiative started by Head of the Upper School Stephanie Luebbers: teacher field trips. What the students don’t know is that on weekends...

Will Bernish Reviews New Taylor Swift Album

Will Bernish

November 15, 2012

Filed under A&E, Featured Stories, Lighter Fare, Perspectives

By Will Bernish '13, Lighter Fare Section Editor I’d never voluntarily listened to Taylor Swift before. I don’t believe I’d ever voluntarily listened to country music before – save for some Johnny Cash or Hank Williams....

SAGE Food: It’s not bad, you’re just spoiled

Sarah Beyreis

August 30, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare

By Will Bernish, ’13, Lighter Fare Section Editor. SAGE Dining Services provides Cincinnati Country Day School students hot meals and soups du jour, bars for both sandwiches and salads, and absolutely delectable cookies. Every. S...

CCD2012: Scroll reimagines the Olympic Games on campus

Holly Dayton

August 30, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare

By Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor A few weeks ago, the world turned its attention to the London 2012 Olympic Games. The staff of the Scroll were inspired to construct our own CCDS Olympics and answer the obvious questions...

NBC fall offerings: Matthew Perry, cute animals and "Hunger Games" knockoff

Sarah Beyreis

August 30, 2012

Filed under Lighter Fare

By Elizabeth Miller '15, Entertainment Editor For those of us who watched the Olympics, we all know what NBC’s fall shows are going to be, thanks to the thousands of commercials we saw during each break. All four shows the...

HUMOR: Dr. Martin becomes a new man

Avery Maier

August 30, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare, News

By Avery Maier ’13, Co-Editor-in-Chief A summer is often a time to try something new—a time to climb a mountain in Alaska, a time to spend lazily relaxing by a pool, and apparently a time to entirely change one’...

HUMOR: A real CCDS curriculum guide, written by students for students

Holly Dayton

April 23, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare, The Lens

Compiled by Holly Dayton ’13. Written by Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor; Caroline Gentile ’13, News Section Editor; Annie Nesbitt ’13, Arts and Entertainment Section Editor; Shashank Jejerikar ’13, Co...

HUMOR: Barton/Portman rig Student Council election

Edwin Sam

April 20, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare

By Edwin Sam '13, Sports Section Editor. It was rigged. From the day he made the deceitful announcement about his Ponzi-Scheme charity, Athletes United, Michael Madoff carefully crafted a top-to-bottom conspiracy to win the e...

HUMOR: The real lyrics to those songs you thought you knew

Haleigh Miller

January 12, 2012

Filed under Lighter Fare

By Caroline Gentile '13, News Section Editor, and Avery Maier '13, News Section Editor There are few things more awkward than being called out for singing the wrong words to a song.  Whether you're in the car by yourself or...

HUMOR: Upper School students terrified by faculty

Haleigh Miller

November 11, 2011

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare

By Nicky Niedermeier '12, LighterFare Section Editor The students of the Upper School are regarded for their exceptional academic performances. What motivates our peers? Terror. Pure, unadulterated fear of the cast of charac...

Junior Rafting Trip- The Untold Story

Holly Dayton

October 7, 2011

Filed under Featured Stories, Lighter Fare, The Lens

By Holly Dayton ’13, Lens Section Editor While most of the Junior class was gone last weekend, engaging in frivolous outdoor activities like white-water rafting and rappelling, some studious Juniors were at home working a...

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