Archive for '2013-2014'

Isla Vista killings hit too close to home

By Sokunthea Muth Santa Barbara college student Elliot Rodger went on a shooting rampage in Isla Vista, California and also at a sorority near the UCSB campus on the night of Friday, May 23. Before beginning [...]

Give me PROPS!

Cards reinforce positive behavior By Shanina Mask Oakland High School is doing a new thing: they are offering students “PROPS cards.” PROPS cards are a way for staff to acknowledge a student’s positive, respectful, on-task, professional, [...]

Blended: It was for our own good

Blended: It was for our own good

Beloved Sandler and Barrymore duo disappoint with “Blended” By Irene Benschop Over the weekend I went to the movie theatre to see the new movie “Blended,” which stars comedian Adam Sandler and actress Drew Barrymore, along [...]

Student Body Elects New Officers

By Minnie Nguyen Oakland High School has elected its 2014-2015 ASB and class officers. Candidates were given only one week to campaign, May 12-17.   The All Student Body positions that students were running for included [...]

Wonderful community in Japanese Club

Wonderful community in Japanese Club

By Katie Bith Oakland High School’s very own Japanese club is a small community of members that has meetings after school every Tuesday in Chris Johnston’s classroom, 315 in the main building. Any fan of anime [...]

Godzilla moves to the US

Godzilla moves to the US

By James Hoang The newest monster movie “Godzilla,” released on May 16, is a remake of the original “Godzilla,” directed by Ishirō Honda, that came out in 1954.   This latest “Godzilla” movie, directed by Gareth [...]

Wildcats enjoy Spring Break

by Shanina Mask Students and teachers went on Spring Recess from April 14 through 18. Some went places, and others stayed at home. People’s activities included going to the movies, on trips to Mexico and the [...]

Senior Presentations

By: Julie Cheam Wednesday, May 7, marked the day that seniors presented their research to three teachers. At first, teachers expected students to present around April 25 but English teachers had their own set of due [...]

Remembering Sariah

Remembering Sariah

School mourns student killed in car crash By Aegis Staff On Friday morning, OHS principal Matin Abdel-Qawi called for a moment of silence in remembrance of junior Sariah Cleveland, who died in a car accident early [...]

Disappointing Senior Night still had high points

By Jordan Grundy O-High lost by four points in a hard-fought home game against McClymonds High School on Senior Night, February 21, due to McClymonds’s strong athletes and great passing.   O-High made many strong points [...]