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December 11, 2017 4:29pm | Maya Quick

The light at the end of the tunnel was very bright for the class of 2017. Kassidy Alderman and Jonnie Kleckner are both finding great success in their current endeavors. Graduate Kassidy Alderman is getting right to the “pointe” at Oklahoma City University. Aldermen is […]

Passionate Prodigy

December 11, 2017 4:20pm | Katie McGraw

Every student at OHS has their own road they will take after high school, talented sophomore Carley Baudino is already starting to pave her road to lead straight to Nashville, TN where she is making a name for herself in the music industry. Baudino writes […]

A New Kind of Thanksgiving: Friendsgiving

November 15, 2017 4:53pm | Maya Quick

You love Thanksgiving, food and your friends; combine all three and plan the perfect Friendsgiving. Senior Amy Lenhausen takes on the challenge of planning this year’s Friendsgiving. After great success with last years event Lenhausen decided it was worth the planning to host it yet […]

Runway Ready

November 15, 2017 4:44pm | Katie McGraw

It may be shocking, but the dress you are looking at in the picture was made in four days completely out of paper and acrylic paint. This dress was created by seniors Michaela Battistelli, Rebekah Leger and Sophie Thorson in Kellee Granados’s fashion merchandising class. […]

Beyond OHS

November 15, 2017 4:35pm | Mallory Pitstick

The transition from high school to college is a major jump, and often we may feel like we’re not prepared or ready to go out and challenge ourselves. Year after year, students that have that same fear leave OTHS. We have to say goodbye to […]

Let’s Talk About the Turkey in the Room

November 14, 2017 4:36pm | Katie McGraw

Dessert comes before dinner if the choice were up to the students, and Culinary Arts class, of OHS. In a recent twitter poll determining the public’s favorite thanksgiving food, 13 out of 42 twitter users chose pumpkin pie to come out on top over turkey, […]

November Artist of the Month: Brenton Berger

November 13, 2017 4:33pm | Chloe Bruck

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Every artist was first an amateur.” Though junior Brenton Berger is an amateur, there is no hiding that he has incredible art skills. Berger has been making art for the majority of his life, but he realized that he really […]

Homecoming Transformations

October 18, 2017 3:50pm | Ella Bertalot

Homecoming is what most kids look forward to during high school. Do their feelings and opinions change between their freshman homecoming and their senior homecoming? Senior Allegri Nelson was happy to voice her opinions about the two dances. “Freshman year (2014-2015) homecoming was really fun […]

Students Balancing it All

October 18, 2017 3:46pm | Rachel Mueller

High school: also known as the “best four years of your life.” But let’s face it, from honors and AP classes to sports and extracurriculars, high school is no easy feat. Let’s take a look into a day in the life from a student from […]

Homecoming Recap

October 18, 2017 3:24pm | Madi Thompson

That’s a wrap. For some, it’s the last, and others, just the beginning. The Disney theme stole the show this year. Students and staff blew up in school spirit; every day during homecoming week they dressed up in their best costumes to celebrate. On Thursday […]

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