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Just Because: Documentary Review

This week’s review: Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things By Courtney Bolton The documentary entitled Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things came to Netflix in 2016. This documentary centers around the idea of getting rid of unnecessary things in life in order to achieve true happiness. The documentary, created by Matt D’Avella, focuses on individuals living the minimalist lifestyle, including

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New Program at US Aids With Community Service Hours

By Aiden Wacksman Since its emergence, the coronavirus has impacted schools across the United States. Students and faculty are required to wear masks, social distance, and uphold other safety procedures. These, however, were not the only subjects of change due to COVID-19. Graduation requirements for high school students such as service hours are now much more difficult to obtain, as

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Senior Project Still A Go for This School Year

By Jenna Poppell The senior project offers seniors the opportunity for experiential education beyond the normal classroom walls in an area of their interest. “It is an extension of Oak Hall’s philosophy and commitment to developing a strong sense of social responsibility in each of its students,” said Jeff Malloy, Director of Operations for Oak Hall and the senior class advisor. The

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Spring Sports Underway

By Shailey Klein As winter sports reach the conclusion of the regular season and enter into postseason, spring sports are already underway. The varsity boys weightlifting team, led by long-time coach Jim Margerum began lifting with its first practice on Jan. 11. The varsity girls and boys tennis teams, as well as the varsity baseball team began practicing Jan. 18.

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