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by Trevor Jones and Ellie Riser
Following a few years of hype, Steve Lacy finally dropped his debut album, on his 21st birthday, hence its name.
By Ellie Riser
At the end of the day, there are many words, phrases, and jokes that are always better left unsaid. Always.Read More »
By Matthew Li
Summer is just around the corner, and there’s nothing more enjoyable than a set of eight perfect songs for those water balloon fights, waterpark visits, and pool days.
By Andre Stendahl
Watchmaking requires quite a bit of attention to detail and Patek Philippe most definitely embraces that.
By Sophie Chen
Often, the winners are in disbelief. They check again and again, call the Lottery headquarters, and tell their friends. It might be a rollercoaster of emotions; in the morning they’re thrilled, and by the time it’s on the news, they lock all the doors, fearing that someone will try and kidnap their kids.
By Vasti Cruz
Children of Hispanic heritage constitute 42% of Whitford’s student population, which is astronomically high compared to the state average of 22% (“Whitford Middle”). Supporting these students is paramount to not only the kids themselves, but to the greater community.
By Audrey Gingras
On September 2, 2017, the massive Eagle Creek fire started, burning “more than 48,000 acres in the scenic Columbia River Gorge and Mt. Hood National Forest” along with “121 miles of national forest trails” (Cowley). It all started when one teenager hurled fireworks into a canyon near one of Oregon’s most breathtaking hiking trails during a burn ban, sparking the wildfire that raged through the Columbia River Gorge for months before containment; areas still smoldered into May of 2018 (Eltagouri).
By Julia Neumann and Emily Ackerman
On any day, when walking around the OES upper school, you may find some students working diligently on their laptops.
By Vy Nguyen
From the new state-of-the-art Lower School to the exciting news of an extended and renovated gym, the OES campus has undergone major changes in the last five years. These establishments are a part of the OES Campus Master Plan, a physical demonstration of the school’s strategic plan.