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The Talisman

The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

The Student News Organization for Rutherford B. Hayes High School

The Talisman

Collage of memories

Seniors talk about their favorite high school memories

Kamryn Drake, Staff Writer May 14, 2022

Gabrielle Condo 1. What is one word you would use to describe your high school experience? Rewarding. 2.What is your favorite memory from Hayes? Going on the New York trip with symphonic choir. 3....

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With many colleges currently test-optional, ACT or SAT scores are no longer necessary components of applications. However, this creates a challenge for some students who may be unsure of whether they should submit their scores.

Majority of colleges to stay test-optional: what this means for college-bound students

Amanda Stevens, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

As summer approaches and the incoming senior class begins thinking about college applications, a number of colleges have been making their own preparations for the next admissions cycle. Since the Covid-19...

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Seniors at Hayes and around the country are applying for colleges and making decisions on where they will attend this fall.

Seniors handle the stress of college decisions

Noah Sparkman, Editor-in-Chief February 9, 2022

As the school year begins its second semester, seniors are starting to look onward and to another chapter of their lives: college. While some have already committed, many seniors are getting ready to...

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Seniors pick diploma presenters.

Who did seniors at Hayes ask to present them their diploma?

Kristen Smith, Visual Content Editor January 25, 2022

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Meredith Keller signs for music performance

Seniors commit to sports, music and the military

Kristen Smith, Visual Content Editor May 17, 2021

Athletic Signees 1. Alexis Amabile Basketball at Otterbein University      › Favorite sports memory: "Scoring 1,000 points"      › Looking forward to: "Being a star" 2. Aidan Gatenbee Lacrosse...

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A hallway at Hayes sits empty after seniors leave the building on May 13.

Senior Wills 2021

Brynn McGrail, Managing Editor May 14, 2021
As the class of 2021 says goodbye to Hayes High School, students leave behind responsibilities, qualities, or anything else to next year's student body.
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Sophie Hance

Thoughts from a senior: A new version of you

Sophie Hance, Editor-in-Chief May 12, 2021

During a unique existential crisis I had one day, I remembered that every 7-10 years the body completely regenerates itself and is composed of all new cells, meaning that everything about who we are changes...

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Seniors: whats next for the Class of 2021?

Seniors: what’s next for the Class of 2021?

Marissa Dulay, Staff Writer May 12, 2021
Wondering where this year's senior class is headed after graduation? Here's a look.
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19 signs you are stressed

Teagan Knutson, Photographer March 19, 2021

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Students work on school work as the third quarter comes to an end.

Students overwhelmed with stress as third quarter ends

Morgan Johns, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

For many, the third quarter has left students feeling overwhelmed and stressed because of the workload of school. Syntero counselor Shannon Miller said that she has seen around 20 students who have been...

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