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November 20, 2018

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Opinion & Editorial

The Rise of the Nanoinfluencers

Not all people who plug products on Instagram have big follower numbers. (Wikimedia Commons) You can’t open your Instagram feed without seeing those #ads popping up across your screen. Instantly, recognizable influencers hold up shampoos, hair gummies and various drinks against luxurious backdrops, plugging products in return for commissions. It is widely known that “influencing”

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Girls Soccer Loses at End of Season

Evelyn Gee’22 sends ball to midfield past a loomimg defender. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) The Vikings faced off against first-seeded Grandview Heights in the district semi-finals on Wednesday, October 24, with a place in the district final at stake. Having tied the Bobcats 1-1 earlier in the season, our girls knew this was going to be a

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Two Hard Games for Girls Soccer

Annalise Grammel’20 heads the ball. (Courtesy/Andrea Grammel  ) After going undefeated the previous week, the CA girls were looking to get another win under their belt against Bishop Hartley on Monday, September 17. Sophomore Katie Schiano scored an early goal, but Hawks snuck one in with under a minute left, tying the game 1-1. Wanting

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Girls Soccer: One Win, One Tie

Katie Schiano’21 Jumps for a Header. (Courtesy/Andrea Grammel) The Vikings started off this week by hosting their rival Buckeye Valley on Wednesday, September 12. After ninety hard-fought minutes, the Vikes emerged victorious, with junior Emma Belford and freshman Aniah Crockett’s goals, propelling the girls to a 2-1 win. Attempting to ride the high, the CA

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