By Peter Bloch
On Thursday, the House of Representatives voted 217 to 213 in favor of repealing and replacing Obamacare for “The American Health Care Act.”
By Teddy Siker
With intentions of going green, several students at OES have committed to using bikes as their method of transportation to school instead of cars or busses.
By Asa Brown
Skiing was first practiced in 600 BCE in China, as a mode of transportation. Today, the OES Ski Team carries on the legacy of those first pioneers in sacrificing at least six Fridays and Saturdays to compete.
by Jethro Swain
“Now that we have heard about so many stories from Oregon’s past, what is our responsibility? What should we do with these stories?” asks Mrs. Moulton.
By Sahil Veeramoney
The highlight of Midwinter Madness, the school year, and perhaps even more anticipated than Migos’ Culture, is the Senior vs. Faculty Basketball game — dubbed “the clash of the titans,” eminent coach Chris Myers likes to remind us.
By Asa Brown
Le Jour des Crêpes, or National Crêpes Day is on February 2nd in France, but for OES this date falls on February 9th.
By Jethro Swain
As we’re now a full week into Midwinter Madness, approaching the home stretch, there are a lot of questions looming, and I tried to answer as many as I could.
By Nick McClellan
Reflecting back on the recent global Women’s March where I was part of a massive crowd of people, about one sixth of Portland’s population by some estimates, is inspiring on its own.
This week’s students of the week are: Emilie Dellit and Ian Holzman!