That pause always gets to you. Every single student who has attended Oakland Mills knows the disparaging feeling when you have just told someone where you go to school and … Continue Reading The Oakland Mills Pause: An Editorical View on the Recent Events at OM
From a young age, boys are taught not to hit girls because they’re stronger than them, but do parents drill into their daughters’ heads that hitting boys is wrong as … Continue Reading Domestic Abuse
Net neutrality is a principle that is focused on Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 and section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996––which essentially states that every … Continue Reading Net Neutrality: The Decision That Will Affect Everyone
Disney princesses are pretty much inescapable; they’re everywhere. No matter where in the world you live, you’ve most likely seen movies like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Snow White, leaving … Continue Reading Having Courage and Being Kind: Rethinking Cinderella and Bravery as a Whole
Although social media is so popular, it can cause many issues with people. Some of these issues include body image, exposure to inappropriate content, social affirmation, and cyber … Continue Reading Harmful Effects of Social Media
The Oakland Mills basketball season has arrived and the OM community is looking forward to seeing what the Boys & Girls Varsity Teams are capable of achieving this season. The … Continue Reading OM Varsity Basketball: Going Strong
Set aside time from family, friends, sports, and work to study for each exam. Eat a healthy breakfast before school on exam days. Be sure to get plenty of sleep … Continue Reading Midterm Tips for Freshmen
All around the world there are different traditions as to what type of dishes people make for the holidays; every location has its own uniqueness and specialties. If you … Continue Reading Traditional Holiday Foods
What was the best movie of 2017? Dear Movie Enthusiast, I think, hands down the best movie was Get Out. From using its platform to talk about emerging racial issues … Continue Reading J.L.R. – Holiday Edition
On Wednesday, November 15, the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced that 61.6% of the Australian population voted in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage. The voluntary survey conducted by postal … Continue Reading Australia Same Sex Vote
Oakland Mills High School has many groups that are doing various activities to help the community. On November 21, Alpha Achievers hosted a Thanksgiving dinner, from 12pm to 7pm. … Continue Reading School Events: Oakland Mills’ Holiday Endeavors
Netflix is a service that many teenagers and adults use to binge watch shows over a long weekend. As many Netflix subscribers know, Netflix has limited … Continue Reading Holiday Netflix Shows
Human civilization as we know it is roughly only about six thousand years old, according to Universe Today. However, as time passes and our species develops new technology, lifestyles, … Continue Reading Online Education: Is It Better or Worse for Us?
High school is intended to be the years when you develop into an adult. Once you graduate high school, continued schooling is an option. As graduation rolls around, students … Continue Reading Does High School Prepare Students For Life?
Georgia senior running back Sony Michel sent his team to the College Football Playoff (CFP) championship game after a 27-yard touchdown run in the game’s second overtime to cap … Continue Reading Rose Bowl: Bulldogs Rally to Stun Mayfield-Led Sooners
Here is the print version of the Holiday Edition of The Scroll! Individual articles coming soon! We hope you enjoy it!