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Freshman Credits

Charlie Furgeson, Reporter

November 17, 2017

Filed under Features, News, Reviews, Student Life, Top Stories

Starting this year, the freshman class and all foreseeable future freshmen here at Olympia High School will have to face a new challenge: an increase in required graduation credits, in an attempt to better prepare them for coll...

Decode the Dress Code

Decode the Dress Code

November 17, 2017

Dear OHS Website: Get With The Times

Leo Spencer, Writer

November 9, 2015

Filed under Reviews

In case you hadn’t noticed, the OHS website lacks a hefty lot of information and is out of date. Remember that assembly we had on Tuesday the 29th of September? And remember how you had no idea when classes would end and be...

Eat O-Town’s Beef

Zale Noah, Staff Writer

May 28, 2015

Filed under Reviews

There are few things in this world I truly love. Cats, horses, whales (most non-humans), drawing, and indefatigable wordiness. But few compare to my love for hamburgers. Nearly its own food group, hamburgers have taken on a plethora...

Drink Up, OHS

Astrid Hoover-Batt, Staff Writer

March 20, 2015

Filed under Reviews

The students are Olympia High School are thirsty. But they aren't just looking for anything to satisfy their desires, we want something good. But where does one get their daily fix of caffeinated yumminess? Luckily for you, I’m...

Rise of the Birks

Gabi Capestany, Editor in Chief

March 20, 2015

Filed under Reviews

Socks and sandals: anywhere else in the world, the phrase is muttered in hushed tones while judging the subject taking part in this odd fad. Yahoo named socks and sandals their number one “trend that needs to end in 2015.”...

Faded Glory

Faded Glory

December 1, 2014

Biggest Bearzaar . . . EVER

Konrad Brine, Staff Writer

December 4, 2013

Filed under Reviews

Bearzaar is a time when the community gets together and supports their local craftsmen and artisans! That’s right OHS’ bazaar and it could not be more fun. It is a great place to see people from all around our three cities...

Cispus Recap

Duncan Noah, Writer

May 21, 2013

Filed under Reviews

The Cispus camp at the end of every fifth-grader’s school year has always been an important and defining moment in the school careers of many students, both campers and counselors. This year was no exception. The weather...

The Art of Playing Hookie

Zach Campbell, Writer

April 10, 2013

Filed under Reviews

            In the day and age of strict attendance policies, electronic check-in, and workloads so strenuous that missing a day means two days of playing catch-up, the art of skipping school has come to require great ing...

Downtown Olympia: 0.003% Chance You Will be Murdered

Andrea Verschuyl, Layout Editor

February 12, 2013

Filed under Reviews

You're walking down the street at dusk. The cold, humid, 90% precipitation weather is draping itself over you like your Grandmother's hugs: cold, clammy, and reminiscent of death. As the sun goes down, Olympia undergoes a transformation....

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