American drone strike kills Iranian general

Jackson Rickert, Staffer

January 16, 2020

The Strike On Jan. 3, the U.S. military launched a drone strike on an airport in Baghdad, Iraq, killing Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, classified as a terrorist leader. The attack was purportedly preemptive, though it has...

School to Farm Program explores selling opportunities

Makenna Klein, Staffer

January 9, 2020

To those at LOHS who have not been introduced to the class School to Farm, it is an agricultural class started by history teacher Andrew Duden. As part of the experiential curriculum, students take a bus Luscher Farms almost ever...

Turns out the school isn’t so cold

Mimi Jeandheur and Megan Woolard

January 9, 2020

At Lake Oswego High School, temperature has been a hot topic lately. With the aggressive arrival of fall weather, students have been constantly complaining about the school being too cold.  “The temperature seems to vary a lot from ...

Senate postpones the royalty amendment

Jon Wood and Michael Murray

January 9, 2020

The LOHS student Senate voted to postpone an official vote on an amendment to degender the Mayfete court. The amendment would remove the gender-based requirements and labels for the Mayfete court, and rename the court members as...

New whiteboards encourage student engagement

Andrea Yang, Editor-In-Chief

January 9, 2020

Walk into any classroom in the math hall, and you might see bright fluorescent lights reflecting off all four walls — until you realize they aren’t walls, but whiteboards. Math teacher Dan Kumprey came up with the idea to incorporate wh...

The Sojourn Project comes to Lake Oswego

Serena Lum, Editor-In-Chief

January 9, 2020

The Sojourn Project, established in 1999 by Jeff Steinberg, a former history teacher from California, seeks to inform students about the untold history of the Civil Rights movement. For over 20 years, Steinberg has conducted ...

Students are taking on global climate change

Adra Mabin

January 9, 2020

Over the last year, Greta Thunberg has evolved from a 16-year-old activist to a household name. On Sept. 20, an estimated 185 countries participated in the school strike she organized in the name of Climate Change. Her recent a...

Annual food drive fundraiser: yes we CAN

Jackson Rickert, Staffer

January 9, 2020

This month students took part in the annual food drive. From Dec 9 through Dec 20, students have brought and continue to bring food, both boxed and canned, for Hunger Fighters Oregon. “Senior Class Leadership is running the...

What you need to know about the whooping cough outbreak

Grace Goverman, Managing Editor

January 9, 2020

Recently, several confirmed cases of pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough, have appeared at LOHS. In hopes of fighting the outbreak, potentially affected regions of the school have been wiped down. Cases were reported...

LOHS Symphony Orchestra plays in Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall lobby

Grace Goverman, Managing Editor

January 9, 2020

Beneath the grand reliefs on the ceiling and atop the fine carpet of the mezzanine balcony of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 12 students from LOHS’s symphony orchestra played on Sunday, Dec. 8. They played two pieces from ...

Oregon IDs no longer accepted at airports

Grace Goverman, Managing Editor

January 9, 2020

A change in TSA policy has some state officials worried about crowded airports next fall. Beginning next October, regular Oregon and Washington drivers’ licenses will no longer be considered sufficient identification to pass through ...

Lecture series during seminar an interesting opportunity

Makenna Klein, Staffer

January 9, 2020

The Link Crew Leadership Class, led by teacher Lisa Evonuk, decided to invite certain leaders from the community to talk to students during support seminar. Evonuk explained that her Link Crew Leadership class chose the series’ five...

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