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An Unpleasant Surprise

An Unpleasant Surprise

Unexpected high temperatures haunt Wong Building By: Emily Cien The temperatures in the Wong Building have been extremely hot and unpleasant this past month according to students and teachers who unfortunately have class in the steamy [...]

1 in 2 Californians Developing Cancer

1 in 2 Californians Developing Cancer

By: Jhovana Delgadillo The University of California said cancer is going to affect more people within this year in California, and it’s becoming the leading cause of death because Californians are living longer. The University of [...]

Spanish class opens up possibilities

Spanish class opens up possibilities

By Jason Chuong   Spanish teachers at Oakland High School are recommending that students take more than two years of any world language classes, because the extra language learning will benefit students in the future. These [...]

Attacks abroad raise security questions at home

Attacks abroad raise security questions at home

By: Gieanne Aldana     Back on Aug. 17, there was a terror attack in Las Ramblas Boulevard, Barcelona. The overall death toll of this event raised to 16 when a German woman died from injuries. [...]

School mourns beloved senior

School mourns beloved senior

By Buna Poeng In the early morning of Sept. 9th, Malakai Malikh Michael Lowe passed away due to a seizure he experienced while sleeping. Malakai was a senior at Oakland High School, player on the baseball [...]

Terror Attack in Charlottesville

Terror Attack in Charlottesville

Attack leaves 1 dead and 19 wounded By Leonel Guillen| September 8, 2017 at 9:30 AM In Charlottesville, Va. on Aug. 17, violence between white supremacists and counter-protesters led to a violent clash between these two [...]

Effects Of Bullying

Effects Of Bullying

Bullying still an underreported problem By: Emily Cien Lots of students get bullied at school, but only a handful of them tell a teacher or an administrator about the issue. Some may be scared or the [...]

OHS educator injured by car

OHS educator injured by car

Aegis Staff Oakland High School paraeducator Latonia Sanders was injured when she was hit by an SUV on the afternoon of Tuesday, April 25, at the back gate of the school when a student attempted to [...]

Should I go to a continuation school?

Should I go to a continuation school?

What struggling students need to know about their high school options By Jason In Currently, high school students in the Oakland Unified School District who have had difficulty with their classes in a normal high school [...]

Remembering Antwaun

Remembering Antwaun

By Makayla Melles A light rain fell as hundreds of students gathered in a giant circle at Jackie Jensen Field on Wednesday, Dec. 7, to celebrate the life of Antwaun Williams, a senior, scholar, and athlete. [...]