The agenda for the week before finals

Serena Lum, Editor-In-Chief

January 15, 2020

With one week left before finals, we have officially entered into so-called dead week. Although I don’t know about you, but I have two tests this week. However, before we all hole up for the weekend studying, or not studying if Ro...

New clubs form through the senate

Sophia Wang, Staffer

January 9, 2020

Here are some of the new clubs and their main goals: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Senior Yoonie Shin started the Leukemia and Lymphoma society club with the goal of raising money to fund research in the area of blood c...

“I Love Lake Oswego”: the charity created within our community

Kyla Schmitt, Copy Editor, Columnist

January 9, 2020

Last year, current sophomore Ella Fuentes and her mom founded “I Love Lake Oswego,” an organization that helps to provide free new or gently used clothing to students in need within the Lake Oswego School District. The non...

Kids see no ghosts: what happens at a cemetery seance

Cameron Iizuka, Web&Social Media Manager, Columnist

January 9, 2020

I recognize the seemingly ignorant and brash appearance of doing a seance after Halloween, but considering this is me, afterall, it figures. I set out on this seance journey with the goals of contacting some “spirits” and maybe finding a fort...

YouthLine to help struggling teens

Lainey Chi, Features Editor

January 8, 2020

Now more than ever before, the world is witnessing an epidemic of mental health disorders among teens. Approximately 20 percent of young people suffer from some sort of mental illness, which can alter numerous aspects in someo...

How have memes changed over the 2010s?

Cameron Iizuka, Web&Social Media Manager, Columnist

January 6, 2020

If time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping, into the future, where will we go. Famed streetwear aficionado and designer Virgil Abloh recently said, in an interview with “Dazed Magazine,” that “I would say [streetwear is] gonna die, you k...

Bringing Books to Prisoners

Kyla Schmitt, Copy Editor, Columnist

January 6, 2020

Recently, LOHS teacher Daniel Eizyk has been spreading the word around the high school about an organization called Books to Prisoners. At the start of nearly every Criminal Justice period, he begins by encouraging his students to volunteer throu...

Reflecting on March for Our Lives

Olivia Ellerbruch, Staffer

January 6, 2020

In March of 2018, I was lucky enough to be on vacation in Washington D.C. at the same time as the rally, March For Our Lives, was happening. This rally was mostly in response to the Parkland shooting that had occurred the month before, but it w...

Choir’s first concert was a success

Mimi Jeandheur, Staffer

November 24, 2019

On Oct. 23, all the Laker choirs (Treble, Bel Canto, Laker, A Capella and Windjammers) performed for their annual Fall Concert with the theme of “Songs of Hope.” The concert featured songs such as “In the Still of the Nite...

Orchestra happily reflects on concert

Mimi Jeandheur, Staffer

November 24, 2019

On Wednesday, Oct. 23, the two LOHS orchestras performed their first concert of the year. The Philharmonic Orchestra opened the night with Chris Thomas’ “Rainfall in Vernazza,” the allegro movement of J.C. Bach’s “Symphony...

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