September, 2019: Grace A. ‘21 joins The Dig, writes one (1) article, and retires. While her time on staff did not exceed 2 Activity blocks, her journalistic career has already exceeded the profundity of many full-time writers, including but not limited to myself.
We’ve all seen teenagers before. Whether it be on the way to school, in TV shows like Mean Girls, or at a climate strike. But the teenagers you see in America today are not the same as the teenagers born in 1963. They don’t walk around playing with Stretch Armstrongs and Great American Express Toy Train Sets anymore. Instead, they watch music videos and play games like Tiny Wings, or Instagram. If you’re a parent, there’s a nearly 100% chance your child is addicted to Tiny Wings or Instagram.
Anna Blake Patrick
Strange findings have been made at the mysterious ruins of Puma Punku of Tiwanaku, up in the Altiplano of Bolivia.
Max Fitzloff This past week the empty bowls, food waste, and cereal Thursday groups saw great success. On […]
We’re on the verge of spring break, and we’ve all been chugging along for a while. This week, I think, has felt especially long, and I have some theories as to why.
Here’s my experience going a month without consuming dairy, gluten, or added sugars.
This last week, there was a sudden outbreak of the infamous Cheese Touch. For the safety and concern of the OES community, I did a Kyle Iboshi (KGW Investigative Reporter) style investigation into the current situation revolving around this quickly spreading virus. Before I detail the path of the Touch, a clinical analysis of the virus:
Art Ward is a legendary teacher in the OES upper school. Having taught here for longer than most students have been alive, he has developed an unmistakable reputation. He is known for being tough in the classroom, yet having a very good sense of humor, albeit a dry one.