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The school newspaper of Oakville High School


The school newspaper of Oakville High School


New Starbucks opens in Oakville

New Starbucks opens in Oakville

Ava Chancellor, Editor-in-Chief September 13, 2023

After months of construction, a drive-through-only Starbucks on Telegraph and Tanzberger is open for business as of Aug. 30.  “I did go (to Starbucks) pretty often, but sometimes [when] I wanted...

Juniors Olivia Roberds, Mason Bader, Dima Majood and Travis Norris pose for a picture before addressing the junior class with their campaign speeches.
“I’ve worked so hard for the past two years, and I feel so genuinely happy that my peers in my grade level trusted me so much to be able to get their voices and opinions out there,” Majood said. She has served as her class president since her sophomore year.

Two candidates campaign for Student Body President

Grace Foley, Reporter May 4, 2023

STUCO recently held their Student Body President elections. Two candidates stepped up to the challenge this year, both putting up great efforts to garner support and votes from their classmates. In the...

Jordan Asta (12) and his classmates pulled weeds and planted flowers during the service learning day. “It felt good to be able to do something to make our school beautiful again,” Asta said. Many students participated in a service project for the community of Oakville.

Making the Community Beautiful Again

Katie Schroeder, Reporter April 25, 2023

On Tuesday, April 18, 2023, the sophomore and junior classes spent the morning testing while the freshman had a field day. The seniors, however, spent the day doing service learning projects to help the...

XOXO, Gossip Girl

XOXO, Gossip Girl

Maddy Geisler, Design Editor-In-Chief April 21, 2023

With the rising amount of gossip Instagram accounts surrounding OHS and its students, some individuals are expressing their concern with the accusations on the pages. “It's just a new thing every...

The current teacher workroom in Room 118. Over the summer, this room will become a Spanish class, and the teacher workroom will be moved to Room 117.

Teacher workroom undergoes upgrades

Grace Foley, Reporter April 14, 2023

The teacher workroom will be undergoing changes over the summer, beginning with the room itself. The current location is in Room 118, but due to a lack of water access, the workroom will be switched to...

It has become trendy recently for teens to use supplements like pre-workout. However, studies show it may not be best for  their health.

Supplement Superboom

Ava Chancellor, Editor-in-Chief March 31, 2023

As going to the gym has become a trendy habit among teens recently, more adolescents may consider taking fitness supplements in order to further their progress in the gym. One of the most popular energy-boosters...

March Into Math

Deirdre Davis, Reporter March 15, 2023

March into Math is a new school event created for math, donut, or even carnival lovers that lasts all of March.  “It was Mr.Souris’ idea to do the March Into Math, like a whole month, and to do...

SOMO Is Back!

SOMO Is Back!

Deirdre Davis, Reporter February 24, 2023

The 2022-2023 school year brought back the Special Olympics on Thursday, Feb. 16. “It was really cool for our students to see that it doesn’t matter if you have a disability, you can still have...

Jester Earp (9) takes part in the Corn Hole Tournament. I was sobbing, crying. I lost... Earp said. The tournament took the entirety of ANP on Thursday, Dec. 15.

Tis The Season For Competitive Corn Hole

Deirdre Davis, Reporter December 19, 2022

This school year introduced OHS’s first Corn Hole Tournament on Dec. 15, put together by Sports and Entertainment Marketing, AMPED and FCCLA.  “We approached the students in Sports and Entertainment...

OHS Instagram accounts.

Impactful Media

Maddy Geisler, Design Editor-In-Chief December 7, 2022

It’s no secret that social media is a part of daily life and the past few years it's made a noticeable impact on OHS. “I think social media has been a great way for students to communicate,” Alyssa...

Zipper, Zipper, Zipper

Zipper, Zipper, Zipper

Ava Chancellor, Editor-in-Chief November 28, 2022

Some OHS students are concerned about parking lot etiquette amid several crashes and many near-collisions that have occurred in the parking lot surrounding the school.  “I feel like the Milburn people...

OHS students and faculty attend the Cultural Education and Diversity meeting. Club members share about their own cultures and learn about other cultures. The next meeting is Dec. 6 at 2:30 p.m. in the OHS library.

Sharing Student Voices

Katie Schroeder, Reporter November 28, 2022

Oakville is a community made up of many different cultural and ethnic groups. Many of which members of the community might not know about. But this school year, OHS assistant principal Michael Wegener...

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