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September 2019

Is Sampling in Music Fading Away? A History and Hypothesis

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BY IAN SPENCE The worlds most sampled song is a little known B side soul track from soul group The Winstons called Amen, Brother. According to Whosampled.com, the most popular and accountable site for sampling info and history, Amen, Brother has been sampled almost 4000 times, and The Winstons have earned 0.00 from it. This…

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Covenant Takes Home Wins For Tennis And Sets Up For The Volleyball Net

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This weeks article centers on our middle school tennis teams. Olivia, who is on the middle school girls tennis team said: “I played well and had lots of fun.” Olivia won the game 8 to 2 which is a great victory for one her first games as Covenant tennis player. Ethan Kelly from the boy’s…

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Covenant Eagles vs. St.Joe Women’s Volleyball

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By GAGE DAVIS On September 16th the Covenant Eagles volley ball team played a trie match on Monday. The first game Covenant played was against St.Joe where Covenant beat them in the first match 25-23. The Eagles showed great chemistry and teamwork which led to to their win in the first match against St.Joe. It…

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House System Unites The Upper School

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By: ANNALISE KITCHEN September 20, 2019  The new house systems: Lewis, Tyndale, Tertulian, and Augustine are bringing together Covenant School’s upper school. This year is the first year Covenant has implemented the House System. Each student is placed in a house specifically chosen for them by Covenants facility members. Placing old faces with new faces…

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From Australia to Covenant: Charlotte Dudley’s journey

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By ABBIE WAYNE Charlotte Dudley, moved to America around seven weeks ago due to her fathers work. Her family has chosen to let her attend Covenant school making Charlotte the first Australian to attend Covenant.  Charlotte has enjoyed her time in America, however, she still misses her friends back home in Australia. Luckily, her new…

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Never Forget: Covenant students thank first responders

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By GRACE SHAFFER Not all firefighters fight fires, but they are also heroes in many situations.   On 9/11 of this year, House Augustine visited the Huntington fire department to deliver a basket of snacks to thank the firefighters for their service.  The Head of house, Elizabeth Kelly, and the service coordinator, Emma Yeager, organized their…

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Covenant Lady Eagles bring home a middle school win and high school loss

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By MILES DICKINSON On Monday, September 9, the middle school volleyball team beat Ohio Valley Christian School two sets to one, while the high school team lost to OVCS three sets to zero.  The volley ball teams played at home at the HLC building at Christ Temple Church. After Monday’s game, when asked about how…

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The Jonas Brothers make a comeback

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By ELLA BUMGARDNER The Jonas Brothers have made their official comeback six years after their breakup. Ella Bumgardner, Covenant 9th grader, attended their Happiness Begins tour last week. On September 5 in Columbus, Ohio, The Jonas Brothers performed their sold-out reunion tour show to their old and new fans. Covenant alum Eden Bumgardner had a…

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