by Daniel S.
Here on StuCo, there are two things we really love:
- Creating unfair situations
However, we hate it when either of those things happens as the result of an election, so in order to insure that the only tears cried at OES are a result of Finals or Science Research, we have proposed a new constitutional amendment.
By Patrick M.
Yeah, I won’t be replacing John Holloran as unofficial OES sports photographer (yet). Still, enjoy!
James L. and Henry M. blow bubbles at the crowd.
by Petie W.
Jack S., class of 2018, recently committed to D1 Michigan. He was the 23rd player committed from the class of 2018, and the 4th goalie.
by Liam & Petie W.
A ping-pong feature. A Wogan feature. After the jump.
by Jack L.
I am not afraid of death. In fact, I welcome it with open arms.
Unfortunately in todays day and age, if you say something like this people fear that you are suicidal, depressed, or just incredibly morbid, but for me, none of these are the case. Death is beautiful in my eyes.
by Abe Asher
This Sunday will mark the sixth straight year I have attended the same Super Bowl party.
Some moments have stood out more than others, like when I screamed at Renne Flemming to “HURRY IT UP ALREADY!” four seconds into last year’s national anthem so I could win my “Will The Singing Of The National Anthem Take Over Or Under Two Minutes And One Second” prop bet.
By Elie D.
Sara Barkouli, also known as Broccoli, started off her OES Upper School acting career with a bang when she auditioned for the fall play, The Curious Savage. Landing a role as the ever grumpy old Mrs. Paddy who only ever speaks in extensive lists of things she hates, Sara blew everyone away. As a youngster, Sara would read often, and then act out the things she was reading. In 7th grade, she took an acting class and by the next year was participating in the 8th grade musical (High School Musical Two). After her debut in The Curious Savage, Sara was ready for some more experience. She heard the One-Acts were fun and decided she really needed more official productions under her belt. Her favorite play is probably A Midsummer Night’s Dream, but she’s not entirely sure.
Be sure to go see Absolutely, written by Sophia Anderson, to catch the latest of Sara Barkouli.