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Hairspray Preview and Performances Go Well Despite Strike

Hairspray Preview and Performances Go Well Despite Strike

By Christine Nguyen On Friday, March 8, Oakland High performed its first musical in over 40 years in its own theater. Like the preview show a week earlier, the home performance played to a packed house, [...]

Decision Time

Decision Time

Oakland High freshmen select their pathways for next year by Selim Jones Oakland High School offers five specialized College and Career Pathways (also sometimes called academies) that prepare students for success in college, career, and community [...]

Hundreds Rally for Public Education

Hundreds Rally for Public Education

By Selim Jones On Saturday, Jan. 12, over a thousand people from over ten school districts, including Fremont, Mountain View and Dublin, came out to Oakland to  show support and solidarity for public schools. Many people [...]

Swim Season Starts Now!

Swim Season Starts Now!

By DaYi Huang The swim team is having a Swim-A-Thon during February to raise money for the team. A Swim- A-Thon is where you earn money by swimming. Students can come out to support and cheer [...]

“Bird Box” pushes the limits

“Bird Box” pushes the limits

By Jacqueline Dominguez “Bird Box” is a psychological thriller on Netflix that came out on Dec. 13. It became viral on Instagram and Twitter and became a trend that inspired people to make a “blindfold challenge.” [...]

OAL Basketball Season is here

OAL Basketball Season is here

By Jasmine Saelee The Oakland Athletic League basketball season has begun. Oakland High coaches and players from both the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams are eager to get to work and start playing this season. OAL [...]

Spider-Verse Review

Spider-Verse Review

By Christine Nguyen What do you think of when you hear about animated movies? I think of childish storylines with predictable villains, and humor that would only make sense to a 5 year old. That’s why [...]

Clemson Tigers Dominates Alabama Crimson Tide

Clemson Tigers Dominates Alabama Crimson Tide

by Zyon Martin The Clemson Tigers struck a stunning victory against the Alabama Crimson Tide on Jan. 7. The Tigers scored a 44-16 win over Alabama in a college football title game. The Tigers became the [...]

Drivers and New DMV Laws

Drivers and New DMV Laws

by Cindy Ho Starting 2019 off, California has new DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) laws for drivers. The DMV is a state-level government agency that administers vehicle registration and driver licensing. All U.S. states have a [...]

Opinion: Is the Early Clock Necessary?

Opinion: Is the Early Clock Necessary?

By Cindy Ho Time is different everywhere. In some places, it is night while on the other side of the world, it’s day. Unless you live in the same area as everyone else, time will always [...]