Author Archives: Newspaper Staff

start of school procedures

Since Oak Hall School closed its campus on March 13 due to COVID-19, discussions on the safest way to re-open began. On July 27, Jeff Malloy, Director of Auxiliary and Operations at Oak Hall School sent an e-mail to Oak Hall parents, faculty, and staff regarding procedures when school begins on August 19. The procedures for the Oak Hall community

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End of the Year Procedures

With the end of the school year rapidly approaching, it is time for families to start thinking about picking up any item’s students left in their desks and lockers prior to Oak Hall’s campus closing due to COVID-19. Have no fear, The Talon is here…to tell you how to accomplish the aforementioned feat! Please see the information below regarding locker clean-out, technology

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Movie Review: Parasite

Spoiler Alert: This review contains spoilers from this film By Sofia Santelices Parasite is considered a thriller masterpiece from 2019. Since it was just released on Hulu on April 8 (currently the only platform streaming the movie), subscribers can now watch the Oscar-winning film. I have an immense soft spot for genres that are designed to keep the audience on the edge

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Music Review: Pearl Jam is Back

I never thought they left… By Cristina AlvarezThe Talon Advisor From the group that brought you hits like “Jeremy”, “Evenflow”, and “Better Man” comes the highly anticipated 11th album, Gigaton. Now, I know a majority of the younger readers of The Talon are asking, “Ms. Alvarez, who is Pearl Jam?”. Well, Pearl Jam is the greatest rock and roll band to come out

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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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