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The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

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Third party candidates often receive less attention than other major players. Historically, only a few third party candidates have gained major attention.
Opinion: Roosevelt, Perot and Kennedy: Third Wheeling America
Brody Counts, Staff Writer • February 15, 2024
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Choral Director, Dr. Dara Gillis, controls the combined groups through their multiple pieces.
Orchestra performs in winter concert
Marsella Smith, Photographer • December 7, 2023
Photo of broadcaster Deandre Nelson for thumbnail
Inside the Mind of the Talisman: Broadcasters
Ricky Collins, Collin Crisp, De'Andre Nelson, and Wyatt Collins February 9, 2024
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The Back Page, Episode 16
The Back Page, Episode 16
Carter Sims and Collin Crisp February 15, 2024
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Oppy snaps a picture on Sol 5000 of its mission. The little rover soldiered on for another 352 sols.
That Little Rover: Oppy celebrates 20 years on Mars
January 31, 2024
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Reel connections: Unveiling the cinematic tapestry of Hayes Cinematics
Reel connections: Unveiling the cinematic tapestry of Hayes Cinematics
January 8, 2024
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The Rowland Center is the newest addition to the Hayes building, yet maintenance issues have sparked conversations about overcrowding and resource management.
Rowland center maintenance issues start conversation about overcrowding, resources
January 5, 2024
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Hayes health and P.E. teacher Josh Lee accepts an award for his involvement with Helpline from Guardians for Good at their November 2023 banquet.
Health teacher Josh Lee receives Guardians For Good award
January 4, 2024
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Crew fans unveil banner before MLS Cup.
Columbus Crew 2023 season wrap: Black and Gold are champions
Carter Sims, Managing Editor • February 15, 2024
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Captain Justin Matthews lunging the ball into the pins.
Hayes bowling team meets with Berlin
Izzy Kelly, Photographer • January 26, 2024
Junior Hailie Dowell works around a defender.
Girls' basketball falls short to rival Buckeye Valley
Alec Ostapuck, Director of Visual Content • January 19, 2024
Kundert tosses her ball down the lane.
Bowling meets with Buckeye Valley
Marsella Smith, Photographer • January 18, 2024
Frye pins his opponent to end the match.
Boys' wrestlers win big against Worthington Kilbourne
Alec Ostapuck, Director of Visual Content • January 18, 2024
The team breaks out of a pregame huddle.
Boys' basketball wins big at home
Alec Ostapuck, Director of Visual Content • January 11, 2024
Saviors: The truth behind Green Day’s newest album
Saviors: The truth behind Green Day’s newest album
February 6, 2024
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These albums are the perfect complement to the changing weather.
Chilled melodies: Captivating winter albums to warm your soul
February 2, 2024
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Mean Girls opened in theaters January 12, 2024. The movie will continue to be shown throughout the end of the month into February across the world.
Get in, losers: ‘Mean Girls’ was a high budget disappointment
February 1, 2024
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Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler) stares up at the arena in The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. The film is playing in theaters everywhere now.
'The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes' tastefully continues legacy of iconic Hunger Games trilogy
December 18, 2023
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School makes it nearly impossible for students to create art due to testing, lack of self expression opportunities and burnout.
Opinion: School is a killer of students’ creativity
February 13, 2024
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The Ohio Statehouse shines in the sun amid the Ohio Senate voting to overrule Governor Dewines veto.
Opinion: Ohio lawmakers are wasting your time attacking transgender youth instead of creating meaningful legislation
February 13, 2024
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Phoebe Morrow, a shelter cat, was adopted from the Delaware Humane Society by senior Josie Morrow.
Opinion: Adopt, don't shop
February 2, 2024
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Women march for equality on the streets of Washington D.C. in 1970.
Opinion: Transgender women have biological advantage over cisgender women in sports
February 2, 2024
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Mean Girls opened in theaters January 12, 2024. The movie will continue to be shown throughout the end of the month into February across the world.
Get in, losers: ‘Mean Girls’ was a high budget disappointment
Ava Vogel, Staff Writer
Matt Rife performs his comedy special Matt Rife: Natural Selection.
Opinion: But seriously, Matt Rife isn’t that funny
Josie Morrow, Views/Entertainment Section Editor
School board members listen as Claire Moody addresses them Monday evening.
Students show concern over mastery scale grading system
Josie Morrow, Views/Entertainment Section Editor
Members of the Anderson family stand around a booth at Delawares First Friday event, intending to raise awareness for the rare liver disease PFIC.
Hayes student itches for a cure
Grace Metz, Editor-In-Chief

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