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Oh Where Has My Tomato Soup Gone?

Elena Neal, Staff Writer

November 21, 2013

Filed under News, Student Life

Every year at this time the whole of Olympia High School comes together to raise money and cans for the Canned Food Drive. However, as it turns out, many students have no idea what’s actually going on. Students have next...

Oympia’s Forgotten Showings

Gabi Capestany, Staff Writer

November 21, 2013

Filed under Features

How about a movie about the madness of our senior year? How about a movie about how awkward life can be while growing up? Films like these can be seen downtown at the Capital Theater. More down to earth than the Hollywood fantasies...

Everyone has a Moustache

Kelly Miller, Staff Writer

November 20, 2013

Filed under Opinion

The apocalypse is rapidly approaching and it needs to be stopped.  It can be spotted in the mason jars that have been converted into cups filled to the brim with bacteria ridden kombucha. It can be seen in the distinct fashion...

Parking Problems

Gabi Capestany, Staff Writer

November 20, 2013

Filed under News

Junior Ayden Young is all too familiar with the headaches caused in the school parking lot. “Someone hit my car, I witnessed it, my brother saw it, they put a dent in my car. They denied everything then we started the insurance ...

PE: For Every Body

Sarah Blue, Editor In-Chief

November 20, 2013

Filed under Features

When general education students (tutors) and special education students (students) unite in one PE class, they create a more compassionate, caring and respectful environment for us all. Success Oriented Physical Education or...

We Have a Girls Swim Team?

Chase Wood, Staff Writer

November 20, 2013

Filed under Sports

Olympia High School has many sports that the student body can be involved in, from football to swimming to gymnastics, but some of the best athletes at OHS don’t receive recognition anywhere close to the effort they do for our...

Feeding Us Lies?

Chase Wood, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013

Filed under Opinion

For better or worse, OHS administration uses propaganda to further its prestigious reputation. Olympia High School is a great school. It’s known for its high test scores, and is considered by most reviews the best public high...

Here to Serve

Grace Arnis, Staff Writer

November 18, 2013

Filed under Politics

ASB Leadership wants to give every student the chance to have fun.  “We want to make the school a place people want to be,” says Senior, ASB President Olivia Weeks. This year the ASB Leadership class has set high expectations for th...

Race Based Admissions

Andrea Verschuyl, Editor In-Chief

November 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Should race be a factor in college admissions? This is a question that has been inciting argument and confusion within the academic community. Whether students, teachers, or administrators, most will have not only an opinion,...

Where Shakespere Meets the Jersey Shore

Sarah Blue, Editor In-Chief

November 14, 2013

Filed under A&E

Welcome to the fantastically silly world of fairies, drama and spray tans. Midsummer Jersey is a play for teens, about teens, created by teens. A few years ago, Ken Ludwig, a Broadway script writer decided to create a play directed...

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