The Scroll

COLUMN: Cincinnati strives to improve economy and transportation with streetcars

Haleigh Miller

May 19, 2010

By Haleigh Miller, '12, News Section Editor On Monday Apr. 19, Cincinnati’s finance committee voted 6-2 to fund the planning process for installing streetcars in the city of Cincinnati. If passed, the streetcars would be a...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Xanni Brown to attend Harvard

Kathryn Black

May 18, 2010

Compiled by Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Section Editor and Kate Taylor, ’11, The Lens Editor. This year's seniors have chosen their college destinations, which consist of a prestigious list of colleges and un...

Tipton to take to soccer field at Bucknell

Jules Cantor

May 14, 2010

By Jules Cantor '11, Sports Section Editor In late summer 2009, senior soccer player Corey Tipton committed to the Bison of Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. After transferring from Loveland High School to Country...

Finch to row for five time national champion Wisconsin

Jules Cantor

May 8, 2010

By George Koglmeier '13, Contributor Spanning two kilometers in length, a rowing race is one of the most grueling and strenuous competitions in the realm of high school sports. To succeed in such a demanding sport, one must be...

Thoroughly Modern Millie earns seven Cappies nominations

Rebecca Miller

May 4, 2010

By Rebecca Miller,'12,  A&E Section Editor The CCDS Upper School Winter Musical Thoroughly Modern Millie garnered seven Cappies Award nominations for its merits. Out of a stellar cast, five students received recognition: Ali Bren...

CCDS expands publicity to social networking sites

Haleigh Miller

May 3, 2010

By Adriana Ungerleider '12, Contributor Named a “Cool School” by WLWT-TV due to its groundbreaking use of technology in the classroom in February 2008,  in the past year, the school has earned status as a technologically...

Electronic textbooks both help and hinder Middle Schoolers

Kate Taylor

April 28, 2010

By Holly Dayton, '13, Contributor Of the many kinds of learning at CCDS, learning through online, or electronic textbooks is a method unique to the middle school. Electronic textbooks are utilized for 8th grade history, math and s...

COLLEGE ESSAY: Jayne Caron to attend Dartmouth

Kathryn Black

April 27, 2010

Compiled by Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Section Editor The last week of April finds the lockers of many CCDS seniors decorated with posters of the college they will be attending. As the long college selection process draws ...

Girls track wins four events, continues winning ways

Jules Cantor

April 21, 2010

By Avery Maier, ’13, News Editor At the CCDS Invitational, Mariemont Dual meet, Madeira Invitational and the Reading Invitational, CCDS girl track team members, who have competed on four straight league championship teams,...

UGive opens doors to new volunteer opportunities

Haleigh Miller

April 20, 2010

By Sophie Weinstein, ’13, Contributor In the past, students have worried about finding interesting volunteer opportunities, but now with UGive going live at CCDS there’s a vast number of service options available at the click...

Top 50 posts from the 2009-10 SCROLL staff

Will Portman

April 18, 2010

By Will Portman, ‘10, Editor-in-Chief As the 2010-11 Scroll staff, led by incoming Editors-in-Chief Cody Pomeranz, ‘11, and Amanda Young, ‘11, takes over the reins of the newspaper this week, I thought it’d be ...

PHOTOS: Senior-faculty basketball game

Will Portman

April 13, 2010

Photos by Ilana Habib, ’11, Photography Editor The senior-faculty basketball game is a favorite annual tradition.  For the past several years, the faculty have beat the seniors, and this year's game, held on Friday, April...