The Scroll

Versatile jackets, earthy pants accent fall fashion

Sarah Beyreis

October 12, 2012

By Isabelle McAlevey ’13, Contributor As fall continues to move in, it becomes time to change out summer favorites for pieces more seasonally appropriate. This fall is the perfect time to branch out into some more fun, and...

Ashley Streit '14 backpacks through Ecuador and the Galapagos

Avery Maier

September 13, 2012

By Ashley Streit ’14, Contributor I had my Tevas, my sunscreen, and loads of snacks stuffed into my hiking backpack, all ready to go, but I still felt antsy about my upcoming backpacking trip though Ecuador and the Galapagos....

Akron-based Black Keys offer 70s-influenced bluesy rock

Sophie Weinstein

March 9, 2012

Shashank Jejurikar, Contributor, '13 On Friday, March second, The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys performed at the US Bank Arena in front of near-sold out crowd. And for more than two and a half hours, they showcased a dazzlin...

McAlevey serves up sassy style advice

Sophie Weinstein

February 17, 2012

By Isabelle McAlevey '13, Contributor As winter continues to mercilessly close in, the most pressing question on everyone’s mind is obviously, what to wear. Now for men a sturdy flannel and one nice pair of cords seem to d...

Sally Portman explores fun things to do in Cincinnati this winter

Sophie Weinstein

January 12, 2012

Sally Portman '13, Contributor Looking to escape the winter blues? Here are some fun ideas to spice up your social life throughout the next few months, without even leaving Cincinnati! No matter the weather, bundle up well and...

Vaporizing pumpkins with the Sporting Clays Club

Sophie Weinstein

January 10, 2012

By Josh Motley '12, Contributor As Col. Kilgore says in Apocalypse Now, "I love the smell of Napalm in the morning." Well, I don’t actually love the smell of Napalm ever, but nothing is quite as thrilling as seeing Eddy Walt...

Baking for beginners: styles and utensils to know

Holly Dayton

November 27, 2011

By Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor This little article is for those of you out there who can't tell the difference between a box grater and a whisk. A few basic kitchen terms and cooking styles will give you a baseline...

A quest for the best… apple pie

Holly Dayton

November 27, 2011

By Holly Dayton '13, Lens Section Editor With you-know-what season approaching, it's time to break out the best of the pie recipes and roll up the sleeves in the kitchen. This weekend, I spent my Saturday baking off two varieties...

Juniors Murphy and McAlevey are cooking for a cause

Sophie Weinstein

November 27, 2011

By Sophie Weinstein '13, LifeStyle Editor What could be sweeter than cooking for a cause? Juniors Julia Murphy and Isabelle McAlevey couldn’t think of anything better and so they started Cincinnati Country Day Schools first...

A quest for the best…pumpkin pie

Sophie Weinstein

November 3, 2011

By Sophie Weinstein '13, LifeStyle Editor. With the bevy of fall treats advertised throughout autumn the options can be overwhelming. One of the most popular and ubiquitous desserts every fall is pumpkin pie! In order to determine...

Rachel Epstein predicts homecoming fashions

Sophie Weinstein

October 9, 2011

Rachel Epstein '14, Contributor “Eye-catching” best describes this formal dress season. In terms of color, the pop shades are back. The golds, reds, and greens seen at New York Fashion Week are making themselves highly wearable...

Flashback to fashion from the Sixties for Fall

Sophie Weinstein

October 7, 2011

Sophie Weinstein '13 Life & Style Editor With the familiarity of fall approaching it can be all too easy to retreat to cold weather wardrobes of years past and pull out that old chunky knit and those same fluffy boots that...