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Senior fundraises for the Raphael House

Iris Breckenridge, Managing Editor, Columnist

December 30, 2019

Two months ago senior Destiny Hazeri participated in a fundraiser to raise money for the Raphael House of Portland, a nonprofit domestic violence shelter for women and children. On Oct. 17, Hazeri helped with the two hour auct...

Disney enters the streaming wars

Jackson Rickert and Grey Kautto

November 30, 2019

Earlier this month, Disney launched its new streaming service Disney+. With an extensive library including franchises such as Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel, as well as their own original properties, Disney now encroaches on the stream...

A Black Friday Conspiracy

Megan Woolard, Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2019

Black Friday has become almost a national holiday. The day after Thanksgiving, shoppers arrive in masses, hoping to get the latest deals on heavily discounted merchandise. But Black Friday hasn’t always been just a retail holi...

Shopping advice from an ex-employee

Andrea Yang, Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2019

“How are you? How are you doing? How’s it going? How’s your day been?” Turning sixteen last spring meant I’d finally be eligible to participate in the scramble to find a summer job. After sending my resume out to two or...

What it’s like to spend time as an outdoor school counselor

Iris Breckenridge, Managing Editor, Columnist

November 28, 2019

Back in sixth grade, everyone had the opportunity to go to outdoor school. Although you will never be able to go back as a camper, it is possible for you to return, this time as a student leader. For one week this October, I ha...

Green Team works to reduce LO’s footprint

Olivia Ellerbruch, Sports Editor

November 28, 2019

The Green Team is a club that has formed with the goal of making LOHS a certified Oregon Green School. History teacher Breck Foster originally heard about the certification and decided to take action. The qualifications were a bit mo...

After a successful Winter Conference, MUN has a dramatic gain in new club members

Olivia Ellerbruch, Sports Editor

November 28, 2019

The Model United Nations Program recently attended a Winter Conference held on Nov. 13. The conference was the program’s first time participating in a miniature conference, as in the past they have always only participated ...

‘Chicago’ cast unites to stun audience

Sophia Wang, Web Manager, Copy Editor

November 28, 2019

Weeks of hard work by the LOHS performing arts department culminated in six unforgettable showings of “Chicago”, where the cast’s preparation and talent brought the breathtaking energy of the 20s to life in the auditoriu...

Choir’s first concert was a success

Lainey Chi, Features Editor

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

Conor Mehaffey, A&E Editor, Columnist

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 “Sy...

Dr. de la Cruz takes role as LOSD superintendent

Grace Goverman, News Editor

November 24, 2019

At the beginning of the school year, Dr. Lora de la Cruz started her role as superintendent of Lake Oswego School District. She brings with her 25 years of educational leadership experience, having worked in several different rol...

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