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Lakeridge Middle School bathroom plans face exasperated opposition

Cameron Iizuka and Penelope Spurr

February 27, 2020

“As probably the only trans person in that room, it was very disappointing and demoralizing to listen to all these people promote misconceptions… rather than fact,” said Elliott Lloyd, an LOHS senior, when describing ho...

Robotics clobbers the competition

Serena Lum, Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2020

Last Sunday, Feb. 16, Lake Oswego High School’s very own robotics team, ToborTech, competed at a Super Qualifying Tournament, winning several awards and taking a spot at the state championship.   “[A] major part of robotics is the outreac...

Constitutional Law takes fifth at State We the People Competition

Michael Murray, Staffer

February 18, 2020

The Lake Oswego High School Advanced Constitutional Law class recently took fifth place at the We The People State Constitutional Competition. The competition required students to demonstrate their understanding of the Consti...

Australia fires exemplify climate concerns

Adrianna Mabin, Social Media Manager

February 18, 2020

In these past months, Australia has seen the temperature rise like it never has before. More than three-quarters of the country experienced record-breaking heat last year. The land has been the most fire-prone since the country f...

Trump impeachment trial moves forward

Grace Goverman, News Editor

February 13, 2020

The 45th President of the United States Donald Trump was impeached on Dec. 18, 2019. The House approved two articles of impeachment: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. What happened? The impeachment case stems from the al...

New water bottle filling stations added to LOHS

Grace Goverman, News Editor

February 13, 2020

Students may have noticed some new additions to the building, as two new water bottle refill stations were constructed in mid-January. The change comes courtesy of a Laker Parent Club grant funding a proposal by the LOHS Gree...

Potential changes to Mayfete revealed

John Redinbo, Staffer

February 13, 2020

In addition to the recent overhaul of the Mayfete court system, possible changes may be heading towards the actual format of the celebration. There have been issues in recent years concerning Mayfete attendance, with some stu...

Lake Oswego NHS adds new membership requirements

Kyla Schmitt, Copy Editor, Columnist

February 13, 2020

On Jan. 10, LOHS’s chapter of National Honor Society (NHS) added a new membership requirement: all NHS members are now expected to attend or volunteer for at least one NHS-sponsored event by the Apr. 10 deadline. Kelly Nalty, who is ...

Women’s Studies holds annual period drive

Adrianna Mabin, Social Media Manager

February 13, 2020

This year, the women’s studies class carried out their period drive with a bake sale. The class sold cake pops, rice krispie treats, cupcakes and crepes to raise money to buy menstruation products for the Rose Haven Woman...

Diversity flags celebrate LOHS student body

Sophia Wang, Web Manager, Copy Editor

February 13, 2020

After months of hard work, diversity council’s efforts paid off in the form of a new flag display in the cafeteria. With the aim of celebrating the diversity within the LOHS community, the 40 flags show each country of origin rep...

State Senator Rob Wagner addresses ethics concerns

Kyla Schmitt and Michael Murray

February 13, 2020

State Senator Rob Wagner, who also serves as the Lake Oswego School Board Chair, has recently attracted attention for his work as an educational consultant for Portland State University. Some political observers have raised q...

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