Archive for '2018-2019'

New Lacrosse Club starting at Oakland High

New Lacrosse Club starting at Oakland High

By: Tierra Johnson Allison Ambrozy, also referred to as Coach Brozy, is bringing a new lacrosse club to Oakland High, Mondays after school from 3:30 to 5:30, in hopes of “gaining more new and old members.” [...]

LINK Crew Starting back up again

LINK Crew Starting back up again

By: By: Tierra Johnson Julia DeGuzman, an operations assistant in the Wellness Center, runs a club called Link Crew which meets every Friday from 3:30 to 5:30 and helps engage students to participate in school activities [...]

Assembly celebrates Yemeni culture

Assembly celebrates Yemeni culture

By: Asalah Hassan & Tierra Johnson The Yemeni Student Association club (YSA), previously named SWANA, held their first assembly on Dec. 6 in the theatre to celebrate Yemeni independence day and to represent their culture. The [...]

Oakland students take on the American Mathematics Competition

By DaYi Huang During February, students from Oakland High will get to compete in the American Mathematics Competition (AMC), which first started in 1950. Students from all over the country can complete in it. It is [...]

Ask Athena

Ask Athena

I am scared of going to college on my own. What are some ways that can help me feel better about such a life-changing decision? Soldier Dear soldier, Going to college can be scary and to [...]

Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors

By Dillan Jackson The Golden State Warriors had a great start to their season with 10 wins and 2 losses. The Warriors have been losing games partly because they have injured star players. Stephen Curry, our [...]

Oakland High coach wins award

Oakland High coach wins award

By: Selim Jones   Oakland High’s very own football coach, Jayce Goree, was chosen for the Oakland Raiders’ Tom Flores Coach of the Week award on Oct. 19. Each week, the Raiders choose a coach from [...]

Assembly celebrates Yemeni history and culture

Assembly celebrates Yemeni history and culture

Byline: Asalah Hassan & Tierra Johnson The Yemeni Student Association club (YSA), previously named SWANA, held their first assembly on Dec. 6 in the theatre to celebrate Yemeni independence day and to represent their culture. The [...]

Hot drinks and fresh skills

Hot drinks and fresh skills

Special Ed department brings back popular coffee cart By: Heaven Johnson For the second year, the Special Education program is running a coffee cart that travels through the school every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday morning. Students [...]

Should we journalists be allowed to have access for press?

Should we journalists be allowed to have access for press?

By By Cindy Ho Journalism is an important way of reporting news. Journalists travel far and wide to receive their information for their articles. They write news about politics and world issues, among other topics. They [...]