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I’m sorry mental illness isn’t hot

Mary Mangual, Editor-in-Chief

April 20, 2016

Filed under Opinions

There’s a spectrum of sexy and unpalatable sins. One can be weak and selfish and still be a little hot and tragic for it.

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You must see racism to see past racism

Mary Mangual, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 30, 2016

Filed under Opinions

Where I grew up, in a Catholic community in Southern Ohio, it was easy to be the most progressive neo-hippie in the parish. All I had to do was say that I thought of all people as equal, even if they were of another race, religion,...

Parents play a part, but students take the lead

Mary Mangual, Co-Editor-in-chief

February 6, 2016

Filed under Academics, Features

"You can hire somebody else to cut your grass if your grass needs to be cut ,but you can’t hire somebody to learn for you." -Tony Head

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Bible club is not dead

Mary Mangual, Coeditor-in-Chief

December 11, 2015

Filed under Features

On December 9, Ethan Ahonen, junior, got to the media center early to get cardstock from Cheryl Benton. Ahonen is the leader of the Bible club, which was met for the last time for this semester last Wednesday. While usually the club does “Sunday ...

Freshman Survival Guide

Mary Mangual, Co-Editor-in-Chief

August 9, 2015

Filed under Academics

  Title sequence: Panorama of Ola high school as clouds gather and flee in sped-up time. Close-up of a goat. Distant shot of horses racing through verdant fields. Football players sweating through a workout. Zoom out to...

Meet Ms. Morene on the McDonough Square

Mary Mangual, Co-editor-in-chief

June 15, 2015

Filed under Features, Spotlight

On Saturday June 13 a Raggedy Anne doll sat outside 7 Keys Ferry Street with sign on her lap, “Open Saturdays.” From one to four her chair faced the center of the square where art was exhibited, made, and sold as part of the McDonough Ar...

Vets for a Change Reaches Out at the Geranium Festival

Mary Mangual, Student Life Editor

May 16, 2015

Filed under Features, News

Before ten o’clock on May 16, Mitzi Carr finished arranging a table in front of The Office Group building on the McDonough square. The final touch was a red, white, and blue bunting. Above it she set trifold brochures and other...