Firstly, I would like to explain what this is. We all know the school has favorites. We see it in the blogs, school website and the Dig, right? Right. The Upper schoolers are kinda boss at most media platforms and the Lower schoolers are really cute. But we all know, the Middle school is not the favorite.
by Peter Bloch
Thursday morning, between the hours of 10:40 and 11, the entire student body waited in silence and darkness across the school for the police to report that they had caught the man waving a loaded gun in the Frank Estates.
by Jennifer L. ’18 and Charlie H. ’21, Policy Board Representatives
It is pretty hard to miss the protests, letters, and odes to and for chocolate milk and white rice in the cafeteria. As members of Policy Board, we have not been neglecting and ignoring them, but silently listening, working away, and making dues (hopefully).
by The Echoes Committee
Echoes, OES’s annual writing contest, is back for another year.
During the Sophomore Identity Retreat last week, the sophomore class was tasked with making educational “PSA” videos, regarding the prompt ‘Tricky Situations.’
by Simon Hatcher
As students navigating the halls of the US, we commonly hear the refrain “Policy Board does nothing” bouncing between frustrated students. As the chair of Policy Board, this frustrates me and gets me thinking about one question: how can we increase transparency and show students that, rather than sitting around, we actually keep busy for all of activity and even beyond?
The OES Varsity Volleyball team would like to publicly state its alliance to and support of community members affected by any and all travel bans in the US.
By Anna Sipowicz
Earlier this year, members of the OES alumni community sent a letter to Head of School Mo Copeland, asking her to speak out against President Trump’s travel ban. The Episcopal Church of Oregon and Catlin Gabel, our sister school, both issued statements supporting their communities and specifically condemning the racist ban.
by Jack Morningstar
On Wednesday, Corbet Clark stood in gathering and shared with the student body some disturbing news regarding vandalism in the bathroom.