The school newspaper of Oakville High School

myOHSonline

The school newspaper of Oakville High School

myOHSonline

The school newspaper of Oakville High School

myOHSonline

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...

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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...

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‘The Batman’ is perfectly, pleasantly dark

Ava Chancellor, Reporter 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...

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...

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...

Julie Murphy continues beloved series focusing on self acceptance

Julie Murphy continues beloved series focusing on self acceptance

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2021

“Pumpkin” by Julie Murphy is a refreshing read brimming with humor, romance and messages about living your life unabashedly as who you are.  With the novel starring favorite characters from the...

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‘Dune’ is an outstanding visual experience

Ava Chancellor, Reporter October 28, 2021

With “Dune’s” model cast, it is no wonder the visuals of this movie are so amazing. Though it may take some brain power to decipher what is going on at first, viewers can get used to this fairly...

Everybodys Talking About Jamie was released on Prime Video Sept. 10.

‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ showcases positive LGBTQ+ representation

Nataleigh Scheller-Houska, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2021

With a small release in select theaters and a wide release on Prime Video, “Everybody’s Talking about Jamie” is sure to be a hit with fans of musical theater, coming of age stories and the artform...

Delirium will not be forgotten

Carrie Noblitt, Profiles Editor April 22, 2015

The Delirium series by Lauren Oliver was a trilogy I will not be forgetting soon. It is a dystopian, futuristic based series in which love is considered a disease, called Amor Deliria Nervosa. Like...

Phantom of the Opera Perfects

Sydney Hallett, Online Editor-In-Chief March 5, 2015

Walking into St. Louis’ beautiful Fox Theatre on Wednesday, March 4 on Opening Night, I knew that the  US Phantom of the Opera Tour would be the best musical I would ever see. I had no doubt; I had...

The DUFF succeeds for teen viewers

Sydney Hallett, Online Editor-In-Chief February 23, 2015

Most high school movies tell you absolutely nothing about high school and give students unrealistic expectations about freshman through senior year. Whether students burst out into song, get in drama with...

Mockingjay Tops The Charts

Carrie Noblitt, Profiles Editor December 1, 2014

The third book in the Hunger Games Trilogy, “Mockingjay,” hit the screens as a major motion picture on Thursday, Nov. 20. Mockingjay: Part One is about 18-year-old Katniss Everdeen after she was...

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