The Scroll

VIDEO-Interview of the Month: What it means to be a Gentleman

Kate Taylor

January 9, 2011

Interview by Jules Cantor '11, Sports Section Editor Video Edited by Baldur Tangvald '11, Video Editor With Dress to Impress Wednesdays and bowtie clad t-shirts, the Gentleman's Committee has garnered a lot of attention sin...

Inside the newest Facebook trend: marriage

Kate Taylor

December 7, 2010

By Annie Nesbitt ’13, Contributor In the heat of the Facebook craze, the newest trend is to become Facebook married. This entails setting your relationship status to “married to _______” and also receiving the satisfaction...

Why not breakfast at the Waffle House? Schwartz argues in favor of this 24 hour eatery

Kate Taylor

November 21, 2010

By Olivia Schwartz '14, Contributor           The place to go in Cincinnati for a waffle is the Waffle House. Sure there are other places to get waffles, but none are as good as the real thing, hence the name: Waffle House. The chain has been around since 1955, and with 1,400 locations in th...

What it takes to be a fashionista: a week with Jamie Huelskamp

Kathryn Black

November 18, 2010

By Sophie Weinstein ’13, Contributor Senior Jamie Huelskamp is known for her perfectly put together outfits, but how does she decide what to wear each day and when? Whether her style is influenced by the weather, how much ...

PERSPECTIVE: A humbled President, a looming tax debate, and an ominous road ahead: What the 2010 Midterms mean for America and President Obama

Holly Dayton

November 13, 2010

By Cody Pomeranz '11, Co-Editor-in-Chief “I am very eager to sit down with members of both parties and figure out how we can move forward together," President Obama told the press in his sobering post-election remarks. Compromise,...

Apple versus Toshiba: CCDS's policy and students' perspectives

Kathryn Black

October 27, 2010

By Caroline Gentile ’13, News Editor The ongoing battle of Mac versus PC has reached CCDS.  Over the years, many students have wondered why they are required to buy a Toshiba Tablet instead of an Apple laptop.  Some argue...

PERSPECTIVE: Cantor voices support for dress code changes

Holly Dayton

October 23, 2010

By Jules Cantor '11, Sports Section Editor On Thursday, October 14, 2010, Jack Wildman delivered news that the CCDS upper school student body was greatly anticipating: dress code reform. At the end of the 2010 summer, I had...

Consumed by caffeine: CCDS students rely on energy drinks and caffeine

Kathryn Black

October 21, 2010

By Caroline Gentile ’13, News Editor After a long day of school, many students at CCDS feel like they could use an energy boost to get through the long night of homework and extracurricular activities that lie ahead. For most,...

PERSPECTIVE Contest Winner: CCDS lacks school spirit

Amanda Young

October 20, 2010

By Lilly Fleischmann ’11, Contributor As a lifer at CCDS, I have attended my fair share of school football games. In middle school, the best thing about games was hanging out with friends in the field behind the concession...

PERSPECTIVE: Why guys should watch Gossip Girl

Amanda Young

October 13, 2010

By Robert Park '11, Contributor Why is it socially unacceptable for a guy to watch Gossip Girl? Aside from the preconceived notion that Gossip Girl is meant for teenage girls, the show has a great storyline about privileged ...

Juniors freeze in the name of fun

Kate Taylor

October 11, 2010

By Victoria Mairal-Cruz ’12, Contributor Of all four high school years, junior year is the most infamous. The rigorous AP classes, the studying that keeps you up until ridiculous hours of the morning, and, of course, the notorious...

Behind the scenes: An inside look at the Upper School Student Council

Kate Taylor

September 27, 2010

By Sabrina Finn ’14, Contributor The CCDS Upper School student government is up and running for the new school year. However, new students and freshmen, who did not have the chance to vote for student council, may be unsure...