Study Tips for Finals!

By Viraj Shankar

It doesn’t feel like summer outside, but believe it or not, it’s almost here! Alas, before we can all enjoy some well deserved rest, we must suffer through finals (except seniors, who just leave and go on a rafting trip!). Here are some of the best ways to ensure that you are successful in passing your finals!

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MHCSD – A Q&A Reflection on OES’s Day of Service with Kara Tambellini

by Viraj Shankar

Last week, from Pre-K all the way up to the 12th grade, OES participated in a day of service. People went all over the community, helping in different ways whenever and wherever they could. I had some time to talk with Kara Tambellini, our service learning coordinator, about how she handled organizing this day for the first time, and what she hopes to do with Mount Hood Climb Service Day in the future.

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Change is Coming to OES

by Viraj Shankar

OES is known as one of the most prestigious private schools in Oregon, and recognized for its major achievements in everything from Science to Soccer. However, OES still has its challenges, and Asha Appel, the new upper school, has some ideas on how to tackle these potential obstacles that need to be faced. I sat down with her to discuss the changes that might be coming in the future.

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Ursula K. Le Guin

By Viraj S.

A few weeks ago, one of Portland’s greatest novelists passed away. Ursula K Le Guin passed away at the age of 88 after being in poor health for several months. She is remembered for her ability to blend feminist senses with science fiction to create truly unique novels.

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