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Column: Should high school students be allowed to grade their teachers?

Column: Should high school students be allowed to grade their teachers?

Mia Sinha, Opinions Editor April 3, 2017

Have you ever had that one teacher who seems to never teach you anything, but the administration treats them as if they have tenure? They may get off task, read straight from the text, or just genuinely...

Social media posts may affect future employment, college

Social media posts may affect future employment, college

Mia Sinha, Opinion's Editor February 24, 2017

I live in the generation of social media, where having a Snapchat is a must and the phrase “pics or it didn’t happen” is the motto fueling posts on Instagram. We make sure all of our followers...

Column: Trump's executive order

Column: Trump’s executive order “Protecting the Nation” may have the opposite effect

Mia Sinha, Opinions Editor February 7, 2017

Over the past few weeks after President Trump’s inauguration, he has passed seven executive orders. The most controversial order perhaps being “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into...

Column: Betsy DeVos knows very little about department she will preside over

Column: Betsy DeVos knows very little about department she will preside over

Mia Sinha, Opinions Editor January 25, 2017

She was never a teacher, nor in anyway affiliated with the public school system. She was just the opposite, calling the public school system a “dead end.” Betsy DeVos and her family have donated millions...

Obama says what US needs to hear during Farewell Address

Obama says what US needs to hear during Farewell Address

Klaire Holmes, Staff writer January 17, 2017

President Barack Obama gave his final speech at McCormick Hall in Chicago, Illinois which should serve as a wake up call to every citizen in America. He tackled issues such as immigration, race relations,...

Column: Standardized tests cause large amounts of stress

Column: Standardized tests cause large amounts of stress

Eric Maddigan, Staff writer January 12, 2017

Nearly all OHS students have had to take the MAP tests at some point in high school. MAP tests are a series of standardized tests created by the Northwest Evaluation Association. The test is separated...

Column: Dakota Access Pipeline protestors may be missing the point

Column: Dakota Access Pipeline protestors may be missing the point

Mia Sinha, Opinion's Editor December 9, 2016

Contrary to popular belief the issue is not and should not be about historical and cultural protection of the land, rather the environmental consequences it could possibly bring. There is no part of...

Column: Trump can't take right to burn American flag

Column: Trump can’t take right to burn American flag

Mia Sinha, Opinions Editor December 2, 2016

On Tuesday Nov. 29, President-elect Donald J. Trump tweeted “Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag - if they do, there must be consequences - perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail!”...

Column: The youth of America will face problems with social security benefits

Column: The youth of America will face problems with social security benefits

Mia Sinha, Opinions Editor November 18, 2016

When I retire, I want to be able to kick back, relax and enjoy my time doing whatever I wish with my days. Of all things, I don’t want to have to worry about how I will be able to support myself at that...

Column: Art or Vandalism?

Column: Art or Vandalism?

Mia Sinha, Opinions Editor November 11, 2016

In the past few generations, graffiti has taken a major turn in how it is viewed by the public. However, it is illegal and is considered a form of vandalism or criminal mischief by law enforcement. “Vandals”...

Column: Actions speak louder than words

Column: Actions speak louder than words

Grant Daniels, Staff Writer October 20, 2016

Drama has unfolded in the presidential race after an eleven year old tape was released that contained troubling comments in which Republican nominee Donald Trump said demeaning things about women. While...

Column: Why we need feminism

Column: Why we need feminism

Lexi Hankins, Staff writer October 17, 2016

Feminism. An eight letter word, that has almost always been associated with a negative stigma. Feminism, something that has infinite negative stereotypes forced upon the women and men who openly label...

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