The school newspaper of Oakville High School


The school newspaper of Oakville High School


The school newspaper of Oakville High School


Monkey Masterpiece

Monkey Masterpiece

Bella Moss, Design Editor September 21, 2022

NOTE: Movie depicts scene of suicide that may be triggering or upsetting for some viewers.    "Gigi and Nate" was not a movie I was originally planning on seeing. I've never been a huge fan...

Protagonist Cafe is located in Soulard on 9th Street has a large selection of books, coffee, and tasty treats.

The perfect blend of coffee and literature

Leyla Vilic, Editor-in-Chief April 21, 2022

School can be stressful, and sometimes we have to romanticize our homework and tasks in order to have the will to complete it. After much searching, I have found the perfect spot to destress but still...

Ask Carl

Ask Carl

Bella Moss, Design Editor April 11, 2022

Hello friends! Welcome to the third edition of Ask Carl. Where I, Carl, answer OHS students most burning questions.  It’s spring. That means we are entering the final stretch of the school year....

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CCs Vegan Spot prominently displays this fun logo throughout the restaurant and website.

CC’s Vegan Spot SoulVeganlicious dishes out craveable comfort food

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2022

In a city known for t-ravs and gooey butter cake, finding delicious vegan fare can be difficult, especially when you don’t want to eat a salad. Many think that plant-based foods aren’t delicious or...

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

‘The Batman’ is perfectly, pleasantly dark

Ava Chancellor, Editor-in-Chief March 14, 2022

Matt Reeves paints a sinister picture in his newest film, “The Batman,” starring Robert Pattinson and Zoe Kravitz.  Batman (Pattinson) has already been established as a powerful vigilante in Gotham...

Eye of Providence, representing all-seeing God, above pyramid on the Great Seal. The Eye has subsequently become associated with freemasonry and spawned conspiracy theories.

Conspiracy Theories and Their Influence

Bella Moss, Design Editor March 3, 2022

Ever heard of Bigfoot? What about the idea that the moon landing was faked? Has your crazy uncle Steve ever tried to tell you he was abducted by aliens? If so, you have been exposed to the world of conspiracy...

2022 is finally here.

Forging New Years resolutions

Jeremy Davidson, Reporter February 9, 2022

The last few years have been troublesome for many. COVID plagued our society and the amount of people we lost due to it is substantial. However, with this new year upon us, there are great things that...

Mariko Tamaki creates a beautiful graphic novel focused on teenage relationships

Mariko Tamaki creates a beautiful graphic novel focused on teenage relationships

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 24, 2022

In a sea full of voices, it is hard to find your own, and in a society telling you who you should be, it is hard to find people that understand you and often harder to find media to relate to.  As...

Kids skating at Steinberg Ice skating rink downtown.

Fun things to do this winter

Natalie Gargiula, Reporter January 10, 2022

It’s that time again! Cold weather is coming back for the season and as it approaches, it’s important to find things to do instead of being cooped up at home all the time. There are always so many...

Ask Carl

Ask Carl

Bella Moss, Design Editor December 17, 2021

Ask Carl Welcome to the first edition of Ask Carl! Where I, Carl, answer all the questions our fantastic readers submit.* I couldn't wait for the next volume of The Prowl, so I decided to answer some...

The Show Me Snakes Reptiles and Exotics Expo. during the Dec. 5 event.

Creepy, crawly and so much fun

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2021

When most people think of a pet they automatically picture animals like cats, dogs, maybe even a goldfish, though as a reptile/invertebrate hobbyist and enthusiast, my pets tend to be considered by many...

Smiths novel Field Notes on Love will entertain some, leave others disappointed

Smith’s novel ‘Field Notes on Love’ will entertain some, leave others disappointed

Gray Foley, Reporter December 1, 2021

“Field Notes on Love” written by Jennifer E. Smith is a quick paced and heartwarming story of self-discovery, personal growth and new beginnings. Full of humor, romance and raw emotion, Smith crafts...

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