The Scroll

VIDEO: What's the hardest class at CCDS?

Will Portman

December 5, 2009

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Bonini entranced by world of Farmville

Allison Lazarus

December 4, 2009

By Megan Bonini, ’10, Perspectives Editor I recently joined the Farmville community on Facebook and have already distinguished myself as a farmer. Having heard from several classmates about the “awesomeness” of Farmville,...

Counterpoint: I eat meat.

Allison Lazarus

November 19, 2009

By Xanni Brown '10, Lighter Fare Section Editor I am not a vegetarian, but I would never describe myself as a carnivore.  I eat meat because it’s delicious and full of protein (well, mostly because it’s delicious).  As...

Scrolling through the decades: the 1980s

Jayne Caron

November 19, 2009

By Jayne Caron, ’10, The Lens Section Editor, and Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor As CCDS expanded technological development under Director of Technology Joseph Hofmeister, it continued to be at the forefront of high sch...

Scrolling through the decades: the 1970s

Jayne Caron

November 19, 2009

By Jayne Caron, ’10, The Lens Section Editor, and Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor The 1970s were a time of significant change in America and at CCDS.  The school took its first steps toward coeducation and transferred pow...

POLL: What color for neon shirts?

Will Portman

November 18, 2009

The Spirit Squad is planning a "neon-out" for basketball's two games against Summit this season.  They are planning to sell neon T-shirts for approximately $5 the week prior to the first CCDS-Summit match-up on Jan. 8, and are...

Point: I'm a Pescetarian.

Allison Lazarus

November 18, 2009

By Allison Lazarus, ’10, Perspectives Section Editor “Why?” This is the question people consistently pose whenever I mumble that I’ve been a pescetarian (I eat fish but no meat) for almost three years.  Some, too impatient...

Scrolling through the decades: the 1960s

Jayne Caron

November 11, 2009

By Jayne Caron, ’10, The Lens Section Editor, and Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor As the nation experienced the tumultuous sixties, Country Day implemented some reforms and began admitting African-American students in...

Scrolling through the decades: the 1950s

Jayne Caron

November 11, 2009

By Jayne Caron, ’10, The Lens Section Editor, and Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor Country Day hit its stride in the 1950s and established a reputation as the premier secondary school in town. Enrollment was up and the...

Scrolling through the decades: the 1940s

Jayne Caron

November 10, 2009

By Jayne Caron, ’10, The Lens Section Editor, and Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor As the country entered World War II, The Scroll reflected CCDS students’ struggles with their national identity, their future, and the ...

Scrolling through the decades: the 1930s

Jayne Caron

November 10, 2009

By Jayne Caron, ’10, The Lens Section Editor, and Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor In the midst of the Great Depression and with the world on the brink of war, Cincinnati Country Day School was just beginning its storied...

Dear Mr. President: I'm disappointed

Allison Lazarus

October 27, 2009

Dear Mr. President, Let me preface this letter by saying that I am writing to you as a supporter—a concerned supporter, yes, but a supporter nonetheless.  So let what follows be constructive criticism.  I’m not Fox (faux)...