Monthly Archives: March 2020

Editorial: The Quarantined Athlete

By Shailey Klein I’m not here to write another article about the Coronavirus. You’ve probably read enough of those and heard enough on the news. Yes, it is a tragedy and nobody saw this coming. I’m here to write about how it’s impacted my life and many other athletes all over the world.  Sports have taught me so many valuable

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Shows About Mental Health: Helpful? Or Harmful?

By Cate Cannon In the past few years, mental health shows have gained popularity and been engendered at a rapid speed. The question of debate is whether the shows are helpful or harmful. While it brings awareness to various illnesses, the shows are also extremely graphic, which can trigger activation of different mental reactions.  In 2017, Selena Gomez and Mandy

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Student Spotlight: Sarah Rosenberg

OHS junior’s experience on the Senate floor – Part 3 To access part one of this three-part series, click here!To access part two of this three-part series, click here! By Shailey Klein Daily life working in the Capitol is drastically different than Oak Hall on a day-to-day basis. Rosenberg knew returning back to eight hour school days with seven classes

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OHS Closed Until After Spring Break

UPDATE: It has been announced that OHS will be closed until at least May 4. For the first time in the history of Oak Hall School, a virus is forcing it to close its doors, but only temporarily. This afternoon, Head of School Dr. James Hutchins sent an e-mail to parents, informing them that school will be closed beginning Monday,

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And the Final Rose Will Go to…

Mac Fogler gives his prediction on the highly anticipated final episode By Mac Fogler Tonight is the penultimate episode of The Bachelor. This season has been full of ups and downs, and has been described by those involved as “unspoilable”, a welcome change since most endings are known before the show even airs. We have two women left, Hannah Ann

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US Dancer Visits the Wizard

By Madison Gaston On March 14 at 1:30 pm, Oak Hall senior Allison Potapow will be easin’ on down the road at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for Performing Arts. Danscompany of Gainesville, the resident company of Cameron Dance Center in Gainesville, Fla is putting on its annual Spring Concert and The Wiz. The Spring Concert showcases the many talented

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Remembering Katherine Johnson

By Cate Cannon Katherine Johnson, the engineer best known as being one of NASA’s “Hidden Figures”, passed away recently at the age of 101. Johnson, a black woman who grew up in the early 20th century, made huge strides for women in the STEM fields. At a time when women were still considered domestic housewives, it was rare to find

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