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BluePrints

Vol. 10, Issue 4

May 20, 2020

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Boys and girls basketball teams take on the playoffs

Boys’ and girls’ basketball teams take on the playoffs

February 20, 2018

BY KEEGAN VAN METER ('19) AND HANNAH MUSICK ('18) As the season is coming to an end for both boys’ and girls’ basketball teams, they are looking to finish off their seasons as strong as possible...

A group of seniors gathered photo at Denison prior to last years Homecoming Dance.  The dance is the last activity of the busy Homecoming week. (Photo courtesy of  Maggie Wolf)

A guide to Homecoming week

September 23, 2016

COMPILED BY BLUEPRINTS STAFF The Student Council, the senior class and the athletic department have joined forces to provide an event-filled Homecoming Week. Monday Spirit week theme: Twin Day Field...

An open letter to the vandal

An open letter to the vandal

April 19, 2016

Dear Vandal, I’m sure you weren’t thinking it’d go this far when you wrote the anti-LGBT message on the stall of a restroom. I’m almost sad that you thought you’d get away with something so...

First Person: Experience at the Kids Zone fueled my passion for psychology

First Person: Experience at the Kid’s Zone fueled my passion for psychology

April 5, 2016

BY EMMA PETRYK ('16) Everything was going smoothly on my first day of work in the Kids’ Zone at a gym, until I heard the glass door behind me fly open. I turned around and saw a large boy. I am not...

Opposing Views: Who should be the next president?

February 26, 2016

With the presidential primaries heating up, many students have an opinion to contribute to the debate. Two juniors, both in the AP Government students, shared their presidential preferences with us. Sarah...

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READER OPINION: Bernie Sanders should be president

February 26, 2016

BY SARAH DAVIDSON ('17) Our ‘exceptional’ nation was built off of a dream for equality, a dream in which all were to be granted a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But if the...

First Person: European vacations shaped me

First Person: European vacations shaped me

January 19, 2016

BY SIMON KRAJEWSKI ('16) When I was only two years old, my parents thought it would be a wonderful idea to take me on my first venture overseas to Germany. After falling asleep on my father's lap before...

First Person: A girl with a lightsaber

First Person: A girl with a lightsaber

December 15, 2015

BY EWKA WOLONKIEWICZ It is early September’s evening: stars are high in the dark night sky, I can feel a gentle breeze and it is getting cooler. In the background I can hear faint noise of a big city,...

Teachers should communicate due dates with other teachers

Teachers should communicate due dates with other teachers

November 10, 2015

BY ANNDE COOK ('18) All students know the pain of summer ending and school starting. When schools starts students face a whole new set of struggles. Some problems students face are getting up early,...

Most important news events of 2014-15

Most important news events of 2014-15

June 22, 2015

BY DESTINY BRADEN ('17) In this 2014-2015 school year, we’ve experienced it all. From the announcement of Homecoming Court, to the all-school lockdown, our school has been through it. Here’s a list...

Top five sports moments of high school

Top five sports moments of high school

June 5, 2015

BY NIC MORK ('15) The 2015 class has had a lot of sports success throughout the four years we have been here.  On the field there has been many league championships on the field, but Ohio sports fans...

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