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COVID cruises into Oakland

COVID cruises into Oakland

Despite local connections, no known cases at O-High Jackie Chen On Monday, March 9, the Grand Princess cruise ship docked at the Port of Oakland amid a discovery of at least 20 cases of the COVID-19 [...]

Australia’s fires are everyone’s problem

Australia’s fires are everyone’s problem

By Jackie Chen Since September 2019, intense wildfires have been burning in Australia, mainly in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, after a year of their most intense drought and heatwave on record. As of [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Aegis Asks: Is Oakland High too dependent on the internet at O-High?

Aegis Asks: Is Oakland High too dependent on the internet at O-High?

Oakland High has been recently experiencing internet issues which has been occurring a lot more this year than it did last year. So we decided to ask people what they thought about the internet issues and [...]

Oakland High turns 150

Oakland High turns 150

By Selena Lu Having started in 1869, this year, 2019, Oakland High School remembers its 150th anniversary with an open house and celebration. The free open house and celebration will happen Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 [...]

China influences US companies’ decisions

China influences US companies’ decisions

By Jackie Chen Chung Ng Wai, the winner of a major Asian tournament for the online card game Hearthstone called the Asia-Pacific Hearthstone Grandmasters, had his prize money revoked and was banned from tournaments for a [...]

Thousands protest climate change

Thousands protest climate change

By Jackie Chen On Friday, Sept. 20, tens of thousands of climate activists participated in a massive climate strike, walking through the streets of San Francisco and grabbing attention in order to get more people to [...]

PHA drops D grades

PHA drops D grades

By Elisha Sparks Oakland High’s Public Health Academy has started a new policy to eradicate D grades in hopes of making students shoot for a C. The “No D” policy, intended to make students look better [...]