Archive for '2017-2018'

Aegis Asks: Will you walk out?

Aegis Asks: Will you walk out?

Will you participate in the school wide walkout supporting gun reform? Willie Arnold Yes, because I want to be in solidarity with my peers. Do you believe the walkout will spark change? No, because it takes [...]

Stopping suicide and self-harm

Stopping suicide and self-harm

By Gieanne Aldana Did you know that suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the U.S.? Each year, 44,965 Americans die because of suicide, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. On average, [...]

Long-term planning

Long-term planning

Clubs look forward to spring performances By Angie Nanphosy  There are two performances coming this spring from the Cambodian Club in the Theater and from the Breakdancing Club at the Wellness Center at Oakland High. The [...]

Girls’ soccer starts on the rise

Girls’ soccer starts on the rise

By Gieanne Aldana In the 2018 soccer season, the  Lady Wildcat soccer team has won against Tech, Skyline and Madison Park. Back on Jan. 31, they won against Madison park. Next, on Feb. 2 against Skyline, [...]

Oakland High School using RJ tactics to avoid conflict

Oakland High School using RJ tactics to avoid conflict

Iris Ard Oakland High School is trying to decrease the number of conflicts that are happening. Students are trying to take a stand on making O-High a better and safer learning environment. O-High students are trying [...]

Time To Pull Away The Black Mask

Time To Pull Away The Black Mask

Iris Ard Media is what strongly influences children of color  in this century, like our black entertainment such as musicians and television and it’s time we take a closer look at how these mainstream things present [...]

Project KAI delivers another great show

Project KAI delivers another great show

On February 2nd at 6:30pm, Oakland High presented their 10th annual talent show called Project Kai. This year’s Project Kai made around $650 according to the senior class president. There were lots of students that showed [...]

Wrestling captain follows in brother’s footsteps

Wrestling captain follows in brother’s footsteps

By Leonel Guillen Anthony Ochoa is a 17 year old junior who attends Oakland High and also he’s the team captain of the Oakland High wrestling team. Ochoa joined the wrestling team when he was a [...]

Coding + Girls = Girls Who Code!

Summer program rockets students into tech By Buna Poeng  Applications for the summer immersion program Girls Who Code are now open. Applications are due Feb. 16 for early decision, and Mar. 16 for the regular deadline. [...]

“The Last Key” is good, but not scary

“The Last Key” is good, but not scary

By Jhovana Delgadillo “Insidious: The Last Key”, the PG-13-rated fourth movie in the “Insidious” horror series, came in a with a lot of hype. People were excited because the last three “Insidious” movies were really good [...]