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Do you miss the old Kanye?

Do you miss the old Kanye?

Caroline Berry, features editor January 3, 2023
why it's harmful to separate the art from the artist
Big promises will cost the dems the presidency

Big promises will cost the dems the presidency

Noah Amidon, opinions editor January 3, 2023

On November 23, after almost two weeks of counting votes, the much contested Senate race in Arizona was finally called in favor Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto. This race would be the deciding factor of...

Season of giving, year of problems

Season of giving, year of problems

Henry Haley, news editor January 3, 2023

The Christmas season usually is labeled as the “season of giving”, but why don’t we apply these virtuous efforts year-round? This season is the philanthropic high point for many, so why give once...

College football needs RG4

College football needs RG4

Henry Hyneman and Ross Shows November 1, 2022

Players like Oxford High School’s Roman Gregory don’t come around very often. The star running back has been starting for the Charger varsity football team since his sophomore year, and has been nothing...

Stop year-round schooling

Stop year-round schooling

Juneau Claassen, staff writer November 1, 2022

It’s hard to imagine a school year without summer break, but it is a future that OHS students may have to come to terms with. Most arguments against year round school are made by students, and while...

Biden scrambles before midterms

Biden scrambles before midterms

Noah Amidon, opinions editor November 1, 2022

Most likely the Democrats will lose the midterm elections. Causing them to lose control of the House, Senate, and the ability of President Joseph ‘Joe’ Biden to pass meaningful legislation. With 211...

AP vs Dual Credit

AP vs Dual Credit

Winnie Wilson, editor-in-chief November 1, 2022

On Sep. 21, Oxford High School students attended a meeting led by staff from the Oxford School District College and Career Readiness department, along with several OHS administrators. At this meeting,...

Racist policies lead to Jackson water crisis

Racist policies lead to Jackson water crisis

Noah Amidon, opinions editor October 3, 2022

The 165,000 Citizens of Jackson, Mississippi have been without drinkable tap water for the past month after a series of storms overwhelmed the city’s largest water treatment plant, however, this is not...

Why its imperative for Americans to reflect on Queen Elizabeth IIs life

Why it’s imperative for Americans to reflect on Queen Elizabeth II’s life

Caroline Berry, features editor October 2, 2022

September 8, 2022, will forever be remembered as the day tragedy struck the United Kingdom, and echoed throughout the rest of the world. It was announced that day at 16:30 BST, that after 96 years of life...

Death of beloved monarch signals death of British Monarchy

Death of beloved monarch signals death of British Monarchy

Noah Amidon, opinions editor September 9, 2022

For most of the world, Queen Elizabeth II was the only British Monarch they had ever known, but on September 8, 2022, in the middle of the afternoon, Elizabeth II took her last breath and passed away....

Freeing Brittney Griner comes at too great of a cost to the world

Freeing Brittney Griner comes at too great of a cost to the world

Noah Amidon, opinions editor September 4, 2022

On February 22, 2022, Brittney Griner, an American WNBA player was taken into Russian custody on charges of carrying illicit materials into the country. Allegedly, Griner had vape cartridges on her that...

Inconsistency/pandemic robs seniors of traditional high school experience

Inconsistency/pandemic robs seniors of traditional high school experience

Noah Amidon, opinions editor September 4, 2022

In August 2019, OHS saw over 300 new freshmen walk the halls and begin their high school career, with little knowledge of the consistent turmoil they were about to face. With 2019 being the first year...

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