5 Tips for Public Speaking

The thought of getting in front of a large audience to give a speech is quite frightening to most people. Shaking, trembling,and sweating is all normal for people with little experience speaking in front of big groups.  Having a little speech anxiety is common, but the good news is that it can be fixed over time and a little bit of work.  Below, you will read about 5 tips for speaking in public. Continue reading 5 Tips for Public Speaking

Thanksgiving Feast

The 3rd annual West Clermont Thanksgiving feast will be taking place will be taking place on November 22nd. The dinner will be at West Clermont High School (4101 Bach Buxton Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45103), from 5:00p.m till 7:30p.m. The idea of the dinner is to have a warm and welcoming feel, the school will be decorated in a warm and family friendly fashion and will be fully catered by Golden Rule Catering. . Help bring the community together for the upcoming holiday season by helping out. If you would like to volunteer you can sign up at http://bit.ly/2i5kGWu. You can help set up, clean up, or serve. WCHS would love to be able to send every family home with a $100 kroger gift card to help out with the holidays coming up. Donations would be greatly appreciated. If you or someone you know would like to attend please RSVP at 513-943-6868 by the 17th of November.

Controversies Spark As A Robot Woman Is Granted Citizenship To Saudi Arabia

Sophia, a robotic woman, has been granted citizenship to the Middle Eastern nation of Saudi Arabia.

But who is Sophia? Well to answer that you have to go back, back to a man known as David Hanson. Dr. Hanson founded the company Hanson Robotics in 2003 in order to, according to their press statement, “Bring robots to life, literally.” The Hong Kong-based company prides itself on creating the world’s most lifelike artificial intelligence. Shell bodies combined with ‘Character Engine cognition software,’ the robots can think for themselves, with the ability to perceive emotions and understand conversation.

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David Hanson on stage explaining the process of creating Sophia. Moment captured by Getty Images.

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Getting Into Good Study Habits


Studying is a very important thing to do. If you do not studying for important test or quizzes, you are most likely to fail. For some people studying is hard to do. If you have good habits for studying then you will be very successful. If you are on of those people that find it hard to study or don’t really now how. Then here are some great tips and habits that you should start doing, so you can pass that really important exam.

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West Clermont Wolves Winter Sports

West Clermont high school is starting their winter sports seasons up in Early November. The first West Clermont Wolves basketball season is gearing up and will begin in November, the boys and girls teams have already held tryouts and began to practice. Conditioning has been happening since late summer, Coach Mazzaro from previous Amelia high school is coaching the boys team and the girls Coach Jeff Click who is from Glen Este High School. The boys are having tryouts on Friday the 3rd. The girls season does not start until late November, but the girls have already had tryouts on October 27th.

The West Clermont Bowling is starting up on November 3rd. There are two coaches for this team. Those coaches are Kevin Briggs and Gary Stroop. There is a $250 fee to go with playing this sport.

Wrestling is also starting up soon the first meeting was on October 30th. There’s only one coach for wrestling this year which is Coach Redmond who is one of the health teachers at West Clermont High. There are two teams JV and Varsity. Practice start at 3:30 at West Clermont on November 3rd which is on a friday. Continue reading West Clermont Wolves Winter Sports

Linkin Park Play Chester Bennington Tribute Show

On July 20th, 2017, Linkin Park front man and vocalist Chester Bennington passed away after committing suicide in a private residence he owned in Palos Verdes Estates, California. Friends, family, loved ones, band mates, fellow musicians, fans and general music lovers around the world were absolutely shocked, along with being in denial and heartbreak as nobody expected his untimely and awful death. Even those the closest to him just felt confused and hurt, especially the wife and six children he left behind. It felt like the entire world mourned the loss of him when the dreadful news broke out. We lost a very talented musician, outstanding voice, son, husband, father and all around great person, but his music and legacy will be honored and remembered forever. A few nights ago that was shown in full effect.

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Join Swim Team this Winter

Are you wanting to join a sport this winter? If you’re just looking for a way to have a ton of fun or wanting to get in shape. It’s not too late to join West Clermont High School’s swim team.  The swim team is both challenging and fun and a great place to meet new friends.  Swim team goes from November to February, competing in 12 guaranteed meets not including sectionals, Districts and State. The team practices Monday through Friday from 3-530 and Saturdays from 8-1030. Continue reading Join Swim Team this Winter

Twitter Announces More Strict Labeling on Political Advertisements

In recent years there has been a growing concern over the legitimacy of political campaigning tactics. One of the many ways political leaders and figureheads reach their expansive audiences is to use advertising services, such as television ads, signs and billboards, or even to air their ads on the internet through video or other various forms of media. These advertisements have been going on for quite some time, but only recently has the use of the internet and popular social media sites been a target for political leaders to try and gain an advantage over their opponents. These types of ads are generally just plopped onto the site like any other advertisement might be, but Twitter has taken a step in the right direction.  Continue reading Twitter Announces More Strict Labeling on Political Advertisements