by Abe Asher
by Abe Asher
In what has been a difficult year for OES, the last few weeks have been particularly upsetting in a much less public way.
By Peter Bloch
Winter is ending and the spring term is coming, meaning all new sports, all new players, and all new top 10 lists from the Dig. While the OES Golf and Tennis teams have been playing well in the past few years, the real sport to watch is Men’s Lacrosse. This year, we are stacked in our lineups, and we are definitely going to win state. Here are my 10 reasons why you should join the crusade:
by Graham O’Connor
It’s that time again. The One Acts are approaching rapidly. Auditions have begun, and preparations are underway, so it’s time to get HYPED! Let’s take a look at what wonderful student-written plays we’ll be watching from May 11th to the 14th.
By Daniel Park
Chicken, Chicken, Chicken. Yes, the 2 legged brown bird. Everyone likes chicken (well except for certain people, like vegetarians, but that’s beside the point). It seems like McDonald’s has to step up their game. According to the KB Financial Group Research, as of 2013, South Korea is estimated to have about 36,000 chicken restaurants compared to McDonald’s 35,000 outlets, worldwide. Now, some of you may be saying, “Oh no, 1,000 difference ain’t so big.” We’re talking the whole 6 continents against a country smaller than Ohio.
by Johnny Seabright
As one of the music masters, my responsibilities are seemingly endless. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Isabella and I pick two songs for gathering that not only set the mood for the rest of the day, but change people’s outlooks on life, love, and more. Continue reading
By Isabella Waldron
Episode 3 of Isabella Talks with Interesting People features Hannah P. talking about rock climbing, “humboolios,” the Australian Outback, sneezing, a semester in New York, and Fight Club. Continue reading