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Burgundy & Gold – Week of April 25

Just a reminder that ACT Aspire testing is Monday and Tuesday for students in the Middle and Upper Schools. Students in the Lower School are testing as follows: First and second graders are testing Monday through Thursday, third through fifth graders are testing on Tuesday and Wednesday morning only. Because of the Middle and Upper Schools testing the mornings of

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Documentary Review: Seaspiracy

By Mia Currie Seaspiracy is a new Netflix documentary that sheds light on the issues contaminating oceans. Seaspiracy attempts to uncover what is really going on beneath the surface with regards to “dolphin-safe tuna”, “sustainable fishing”, and the “MSC” stamp.  Overfishing has been an issue for many years, and the mass killings which are happening in the ocean are unparalleled to those on

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OHS Summer Camp Gets “Back to Fun”

By Jenna Poppell Last summer, Oak Hall’s summer camp program opened in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only did the campers and staff follow strict guidelines to stay safe, but certain aspects of the yearly camp were not included like field trips and overnight trips. As the end of this school year approaches, the Oak Hall summer camp program

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The Hall Hub

This week’s topic: Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal Kaylee and Jen review the newest documentary to hit Netflix; Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal. Unlike the movie of a similar name (remember James Van Der Beek and his awful southern twang screaming, “I don’t want your life” to his dad? No? Maybe you should watch that again!),

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