Archive for '2015-2016'

Jamboree Serves Up O.A.L’s Volleyball Season

Jamboree Serves Up O.A.L’s Volleyball Season

Oakland dominates first games of the season By: Rattay Din OAKLAND- According to the team captain, the boys’ volleyball team won the O.A.L Jamboree on Wednesday, April 6, in the school gym as a kick off [...]

The Teacher Profession is A Good Choice For You?

By Manna Luo Oakland High School–To inform people about teacher Ruben Rodriguez’s view of teaching, I attended a class and interviewed a teacher, got more information to help the seniors choose their major on Friday, April [...]

Oakland High School students participate in buildOn meeting

Community service organization plans community clean-ups Edwin Grande More than 30 Oakland High School students attended the buildOn meeting during lunch on Tuesday, April 12, at the Wellness Center to discuss the next volunteer setting and [...]

East Bay College Fund Interview

By: Ushae’-Unique Garrett Oakland High School seniors each had an interview on April 1 – 8 in the Future Center for an Oakland Promise Scholarship. The College East Bay Fund had an assembly notifying all seniors this [...]

Fashion show at Bayfair Mall

Fashion show at Bayfair Mall

By: Princess Whyte Many models from the Oakland community participated in a fashion show at Bayfair Mall, on Saturday April 9. This event has been taking place every other week, which helps to bring out some [...]

Thunderettes triumph

Thunderettes triumph

By Jennifer Gomez Rodriguez The soccer team Thunderettes won a Spring Season game against Oakland International Sunday, April 10 at Castlemont High with the final score being 2-1. During the game a girl from Oakland International [...]

Summer Search mentees meet about trips

By Kristy Moy On April 6, 2016, a Summer Search meeting took place at Oakland High in Mr. Murray’s room from 2:00-3:30pm. Alysa Delgado, a mentor of 15 people, talked about the future summer trips that [...]

The Problems With Our Generation

The Problems With Our Generation

By Shantra Smith Here in Oakland, I have witnessed some very important things that need to be addressed. When us young people are being rude to the ones that are older than us also known as [...]

The Massacre of the Wildcats

The Massacre of the Wildcats

By Malakai Lowe On April 6, the Wildcats take the field with their pitcher, number 11 Bill Huynh. The Wildcats had a rough start to the game. The Oakland Technical team was hitting like crazy and [...]

Debate at church emphasizes forgiveness

By Deja Carter LOL (Living Out Loud), a youth ministry at Praise Fellowship Christian Church, had a debate or discussion on Sunday, April 2, on whether to not be mean to people when they were mean [...]