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Brady and Eric McDevitt Thanksgiving StoryCorps Interview

Eric McDevitt, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2019

I interviewed my sister who is currently home from college for Thanksgiving. My sister and I had a brief conversation about family and her new school. We talked about how much she liked high school and her "academics, and such". StoryCorps is a non-profit challenging people to capture their families’ his...

Extracurriculars: becoming more fun or stressful?

Delaney Callaghan, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2019

For high school students today, feeling stressed and under pressure is a real problem affecting the mental health of many students. Living up to the expectations set by schools, parents, and colleges can be difficult, leading students to overwork themselves by getting involved in many clubs, AP classes, ...

A discussion about concussions

A discussion about concussions

Delaney Callaghan, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018

In the world of youth sports, there is a problem that is becoming more and more apparent: the rising rate of concussions. Recent studies show that 3,800,000 cases of concussions were reported in 2014, which is double the amount of concussions reported in 2004. As for high school sports, according to re...

Seniors graduate

Seniors graduate

Philip Chan, Copy Editor

December 18, 2018

What SafeOregon is and what they do

Cael Brunson, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2018

SafeOregon is an Oregon-based tip line launched in 2016 directed toward middle to high school level students. Its main purpose is for students to be able to report bullying, harassment, drug use and anything else to a user or somebody they know. The tips are sent to real people who work around the cloc...

Top ideas for gap years

Gavin Turner, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018

Taking some time between your senior year of high school and freshman year of college can be very productive. Here's five ways to spend a gap year. Foreign Exchange  There are programs set up to help students complete their foreign exchange goals, so there is plenty of support. And there is ...

Race to raise: The Amazing Race

Race to raise: The Amazing Race

Ava Dillingham, Yearbook Staff Member

December 13, 2018

Editors note: The following article was written in June of 2018. As part of our effort to provide continuing coverage over the Winter break, we are publishing this as one of a continuing series of classic articles that were not published. 

Academic seminar

Academic seminar

Rachel Esnoz, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018

 

New part of photo studio

Andrea Secchi and Alex Bernasconi

December 4, 2018

Get to know a part of our new CTE funded photography studio, the 'Flat Lays'.

Self awareness in high school

Self awareness in high school

Madelyn Tabor, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

Say hello to academic seminar, one of the newest additions to the schedule. “The goal for [academic seminar] is to have students work together in a cohort and hopefully move through their four years of high school together,” Molly Lewis a Spanish teacher said. This new class will be an hour...

Meet the newest addition to our librarian staff: Megan Dobson

Meet the newest addition to our librarian staff: Megan Dobson

Paige Rodriguez, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

When tubing with her daughter for the first time, Megan Dobson ran to the front of the boat to answer the call asking her to accept the position of teacher-librarian. “I said, ‘This is hilarious,’” Dobson recalled. “I’m in the middle of a lake on a boat and my daughter’s on an innertube....

Then and now: high school sports

Delaney Callaghan, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2018

With the arrival of school, comes the return of fall sports: soccer, football, volleyball. These sports are open to all the students who want to play; but of course, there is a price. Lately, high schools in Oregon and elsewhere in the United States have been charging a higher and higher fee from p...

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