This past weekend, OES junior Matthew Li (along with a number of friends) hosted a pop-up shop in a warehouse-turned-creative-space about two blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square for his brand “Paradise Point.”
By Max Fitzloff
Every year, current and former OES lacrosse players meet up for the always enjoyable Alumni Game.
If you try to tell me that you haven’t been absolutely buzzing this week, you’re either lying or you don’t have a pulse, and frankly, in this case, I’m not sure which is worse.
by Max Fitzloff
Within the past two years, two clothing companies have been created by members of the junior class.
by Max Fitzloff
During Winterim last year I had the pleasure of being an outdoor school counselor at Camp Cedar Ridge located in a rural area outside of Vernonia, Oregon.
By Noah Wali
A few months ago, on a cold and wet Wednesday Morning, an article was put out by a Portland Public School mother in the Oregon newspaper, “The Oregonian”.
by Nicholas Chang
Last night, after lacrosse practice, I ate dinner at the Gyro stand in the Washington Square mall food court. Here is what the Dig has to say about it.
By Alma Nye and Skylar Killian
Hey everyone! Thank you to those who submitted to The Canvas. This is the final post for first semester. Next semester we plan to step up our game with more frequent posts and a wider variety of creative expression!
First of all, it’s nice to know that you didn’t even take the time to learn my actual name. I go by Jack and my birth name is John, so I’m not sure what crap nest you pulled Johnathan out of. Also, check your spelling of Jonathan.