Archive for '2019-2020'

New AirPods Pro aren’t worth the hype

New AirPods Pro aren’t worth the hype

By  Ali Ismael     So you may have heard what Apple recently just put out, the AirPods Pro. The AirPods came out on Oct. 30. Some people say they’re trash and some people say they’re good, but [...]

Public Art Celebrates O-High Culture

Public Art Celebrates O-High Culture

By Jalyn Jefferson & Brianna Williams When you look around Oakland High, one thing you can’t help but notice is the art and murals placed around the school. The art brings a twist to our school that [...]

ESA Collects Clothes for People in Need

ESA Collects Clothes for People in Need

By Randy Saechao Oakland High ESA juniors held a clothes drive for people who are homeless from Oct. 15 – Oct. 25. All the clothes being collected from the drive will go to St. Vincent de [...]

Communication With Coffee

Communication With Coffee

Coffee Cart continues to serve up life skills practice By Aileen Soria The two Communication and Life Skills Classrooms, Rooms 234 and 235, run the coffee cart for Oakland High School. They provide snacks and coffee [...]

Fight Back Against the Robot Invasion!

Fight Back Against the Robot Invasion!

AI is leading to loss of jobs By Jalyn Jefferson & Brianna Williams Recently around the U.S., there has been an increase in self check-outs throughout the stores. As technology advances, jobs that don’t require more [...]

OHS Enters the Sandwich Wars

OHS Enters the Sandwich Wars

By Jalyn Jefferson and Kari McCoy In a recent O-High survey, a majority of the community members polled said that they prefer Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwiches rather than Popeyes chicken sandwiches. People in our community thought Chick-Fil-A [...]

Football Team Makes Money From Pizza

Football Team Makes Money From Pizza

By Maribel Bibiano Round Table reached out to Oakland High School’s football team to host a fundraiser. The fundraiser took place at the Round Table on Grand Ave on Thursday, Nov. from 11 a.m. to 10 [...]

City Needs to do More to Create Safety

City Needs to do More to Create Safety

By Elisha Sparks On April 25, Oakland was in the top 10 most dangerous cities in the country, according to KTVU. Oakland is known for its diversity, culture, food and more but it’s also known for [...]

Is O-High too dependent on wifi?

Is O-High too dependent on wifi?

Christina Jim & Julie Fehilly  This school year, Oakland High School has been dealing with a lot of internet shutdowns, causing teacher lesson plans to be canceled and delaying students’ their assignments and projects. We have [...]

Plan Demands OSPD Removal

Plan Demands OSPD Removal

By Selena Lu The Black Organization Project (BOP) held a rally on Nov. 16 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm where they unveiled their four-point plan to rid OUSD schools of police.  The event took place in [...]