Olympia’s Top Five Sandwiches

Duncan Noah, Writer

October 29, 2012

Merriam-Webster defines a sandwich as “two or more slices of bread or a split roll having a filling in between.”  I define a sandwich as the most complex and diverse food grouping known to the palate of man (and also as “two...

PSAT: What’s The Point?

Sarah Blue, Writer

October 25, 2012

Recently, many underclassmen took the PSAT. But still, students wonder why bother? The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, better known as the PSAT, may actually be beneficial; it is considered practice for the SAT’s. Although...


Jonny Buehler, Writer

October 17, 2012

The OHS drama club is hard at work putting together the 2012 fall play Leading Ladies. Already memorized and finding costumes, the actors are well on their way to being ready for the big night. Leading Ladies is a Ken Ludwig play...

Civics Take Action

Tyler Troutman, Writer

October 15, 2012

In case you were wondering about the students you saw wearing the blue “Bear Crew” shirts on the first day of school, they are a part of the new Link Crew program adopted by our school to involve the freshman and new students...

Student Store Gets an Upgrade

Jonny Buehler, Writer

October 15, 2012

A brand new, expanded student store awaited Olympia High School students this year, leaving some students wondering if it was necessary. The expansion consists of a new entrance and an inner section to the store. While it looks...

The Difficulty with School Schedules

Cody Seales, Writer

October 15, 2012

There is a lot of work that goes into the production of the class schedule, and many students blame the counselors for their schedule being messed up or disorganized. There are too many factors that go into the production of the...

Sleep: Still Important

Duncan Noah, Writer

October 12, 2012

Teens, on average, need nine hours of sleep to function like happy, well-adjusted members of society.  But those nine hours are never met.  Why do teens skip the necessity of sleep to stay up to ungodly hours watching reruns...

Olympia’s Newest Sport Takes Flight

Austin Oberbillig, Editor

October 9, 2012

It is a frenzied, electric, and agile Frisbee game. With 4.9 million players in 2008, it’s one of the world’s fastest growing sports. Ultimate Frisbee, or Ultimate as enthusiasts know it, utilizes elements of soccer, football,...

2012 Election Deadlines Approaching

Wes Murry, Writer

October 5, 2012

The November 6th General Election is important for the nation as well as citizens of Washington State and Thurston County.  Along with the Presidential Election, Washington voters will choose a new governor, state attorney general,...

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