Hall of Fame Campaigning Catastrophe

Haley Sund, Staff Writer

November 14, 2014

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“Guys, everyone vote me best hair!”  What legacy will you leave behind? Are you the best dressed, most adventurous, or perhaps the most likely to succeed? This year the number of people jumping up and down yelling, “Pick...

Magic:The Gathering

Erin Snodgrass, Staff Writer

November 4, 2014

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Sorceries, and enchantments, and spells, oh my! Every week in room 107, the self-proclaimed nerds gather to duel and battle each other in the legendary game of Magic: The Gathering. The trading card game, that boasts approximately...

FLIRTING! — He Said, She Said

Gabi Capestany and Chase Wood, Staff Writers

June 10, 2014

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  Flirting is part of student relationships in high school, and OHS is no different. But, what the two parties are thinking when flirting takes place, can be quite different. Juniors Gabriela Capestany and Chase Wood...

Wake Up!

Wake Up!

March 11, 2014

Career Snoozing

Chase Wood, Staff Writer

March 10, 2014

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Students across the board at OHS are fed up with the forced sessions of Career Cruising. No one is exempt from them, and they are a requirement to graduation, but are they worthwhile? Junior Megan Spataro says, “Well my number...

The King of Assemblies

Konrad Brine, Staff Writer

January 24, 2014

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The MLK assembly was as big as ever this year. Last year’s assembly was a bit off with their timing. Emma Scalzo was the student-planner this year, with her crew managing the time and place without ant disruptions. They had...

Oympia’s Forgotten Showings

Gabi Capestany, Staff Writer

November 21, 2013

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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...

PE: For Every Body

Sarah Blue, Editor In-Chief

November 20, 2013

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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...

Bust in: Why You Should Dress Provocatively at School

Andrea Verschuyl, Writer

October 2, 2013

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From the day students enter the school system there are certain boundaries that they are forced to obligingly respect. No you can’t punch a kid because he ate your lunch in 4th period, and no, you can’t wear a bra in place o...

Lake Fair Princess Crowned

Alexis Jackson, Writer

May 21, 2013

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As the weather gets nicer, leaves falling off the trees and summer getting closer and closer, the Lake Fair Royalty Court is in full swing, hand picking princess’ from each local school and ultimately picking one lucky girl...

Frost Swings for the Fences

Austin Oberbillig, Writer

April 8, 2013

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Athletes that can achieve the accomplishment of a signing ceremony for college athletics in any high school is between zero and very few.  Out of 1800 students at OHS, four signed last June, and two this fall. Many student...

City Bus vs. The School Bus

Dominique McNeil, Writer

February 8, 2013

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Twenty students, packed like sardines on a city bus for a bumpy ride down Capitol Boulevard. In contrast the yellow school buses take the longer route to Olympia High School, and require students to sit in assigned seats, some...

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