February 14, 2015

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Notes with Nate: Tips and tricks for your relationship

By Nathan Redinbo If you want to get into a relationship, reading this is a good first step. There is nothing a girl desires more in her life than a guy who reads “Notes with Nate.” Before we get started with my foolproof tips about relationships, there are some very important things to remember about […]

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February 14, 2015

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38 Lake Oswego Students receive Scholastic Awards

By Casey Iwasaki Every year, more than 255,000 works of art are submitted to Scholastic by middle and high school students from all over the world for recognition of their outstanding achievements in art and literature. Young recipients of the awards are recognized and celebrated, while seniors have the opportunity to walk away with some […]

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February 13, 2015

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Winter Formal a success

By Emily Leach On Jan 31from 9-11p.m., students at LOHS were transported to a night under the sea for their  annual Winter Formal Dance. With finals behind them and the new semester just beginning, students flocked to the Foundry  to blow off some steam and spend time with friends. The dance was planned by this […]

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February 17, 2015

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On the Back with Jack: Education system restricts the independent mind

By Jack McLean Think back to the last time you got a problem wrong on a test. You thought it was right, but your teacher claimed it wasn’t because there was “a better answer” or “you didn’t do it the way they taught you.” Just because the teacher doesn’t see it the same way you […]

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February 16, 2015

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Back to the Game: Not so super Super Bowl

By McKenna Murray Gathered around the television with chips in hand, Americans are fascinated by the phenomenon that is the annual Super Bowl. The teams have prepared all year for this moment and we, as fans, sit on the edge of our chairs waiting for the play-by-play action. Stores stack up on the essential game […]

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February 16, 2015

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The Mysore Mantra: The pen is mighty

By Meghana Mysore Can a pen hold the same amount of power as a weapon of artillery? The recent shooting at a Paris paper, Charlie Hebdo, suggests it can. When the massacre occurred at the offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo, something momentous happened. What occurred in those offices is relevant for a variety of […]

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February 15, 2015

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GSA chorus gains momentum

By Katherine Grisham Two years ago, Music Director, Colin Frey, and Manager, Adam Schecter, from the Portland Gay Men’s Chorus, were inspired to form their own youth chorus when Diverse Harmony, the first gay- straight youth chorus in the United States, came to Portland to perform. Diverse Harmony gave them the seed money to begin […]

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February 13, 2015

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Planning Valentine’s Day in LO

By Avery Miller Giant teddy bears, pink balloons, and oversized chocolate hearts have been slowly taking over grocery stores and drug stores everywhere for weeks now. Whether you are a fan of the holiday or not, Valentine’s Day is approaching quickly. Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest date nights of the year for couples […]

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February 12, 2015

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Sixty detained by LOPD as fight club grows

BY DANIEL VOGEL & CAMRYN LELAND LO’s “Fight Club” started with just a few friends boxing for fun at each other’s houses. “At first, it was just me fighting people,” said LOHS junior Pranav Sharan. “It started off with me fighting Matt Eggiman. After that, I fought Nick Kiddle. And then it just got bigger […]

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February 12, 2015

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LO bassoonist named principal chair in youth philharmonic

The Portland Youth Philharmonic (PYP) has had a busy winter season. Recently, they performed at the Arlene Schnitzer concert hall. Portland Youth Philharmonic is an orchestra for young and gifted musicians based in Portland. One has to audition to be accepted into the orchestra. The orchestra has four groups within it, including the Young Strings […]

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February 11, 2015

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Oregon Ducks finish strong

By Sol Nudelman The Oregon Ducks are finishing the 2014-2015 season with more than just a loss on the field. After the Ducks walked off the field at AT&T Stadium they lost the game, 15 seniors and their most important player arguably in history. Two days after the Ducks lost the inaugural College Football Playoff Game […]

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