Love, to wish of thee As a perpetual endeavor Be of a mortal act From the heart’s core, Which blazes and beats For a sweet release From my soul To … Continue Reading Perpetual Love
If you go to Oakland Mills, then you may have heard the term ‘Allied Sports’ before, but may not know what it means or what it entails. Allied sports is … Continue Reading An In-depth Look Into the Allied Sports Program
Hi, my name is Oreo. I live in Jessup, Maryland, and I am eagerly waiting to be adopted by a family that will love and care for me like their … Continue Reading Dog That’s as Sweet as an Oreo Looking for a New Home
In the National Football League (NFL), the Super Bowl is only days away. The big game is scheduled for this Sunday, February 3, 2019. The Los Angeles Rams will represent … Continue Reading Super Bowl 53 Preview
This year at Oakland Mills High School, Mr. Berry is joined by a new teacher in room 105. Mr. Jonathan Miller is the second addition to the classroom, and one … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Mr. Miller
Think about every job that is required in order to make a movie. You have the actors and the director, or the main people who are recognized for their work … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Mr. Fowlkes
Look out Oakland Mills High School! We now have a rebel up front, ready to inspire every student here at Oakland Mills. Her name is Ms. Jennifer McQueeney, and she … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Ms. McQueeney
As a new school year begins, new faces are accompanied by familiar ones, eager to make the next nine months enjoyable and memorable. This not only goes for students, but … Continue Reading Meet the Staff: Dr. Fink
It is so infuriating assuming that your device is okay only to then find out that your battery is mysteriously slowing down, or that your iPhone’s LCD magically dies. Everyone … Continue Reading What’s Wrong With My iPhone?
The year is 2018. Kanye West has been blacklisted from a Detroit radio station for the comments made in his TMZ interview, R&B singer Sabrina Claudio has dropped off the … Continue Reading Separating Art From the Artist
The NBA Finals are considered by many fans as the biggest stage in basketball. The best two teams from each conference compete for the Larry O’Brien Trophy in June, captivating … Continue Reading NBA Finals
The history of the death penalty, otherwise known as capital punishment, may trace back as early as colonial times during the 1600’s in the United States, according to Carol Dwankowski’s … Continue Reading Capital Punishment: Is it Right?
For hundreds of years, Israelis and Palestinians have been fighting against each other for the land that both believe they should have. In 1948, Israel was established as a country … Continue Reading Conflict in Israel
Senior year has been the most expensive year thus far. Here’s a quick summary of what I have spent: Price Activities Price Activities $60 Senior Night $300 … Continue Reading J.L.R. How Much Did Senior Year Cost You – And Was it Worth It?
Thoughts of You –– written by Sydney Walrath (Grade 10) It didn’t pull up it was just suddenly there Hesitant and scared I held back but was pulled along by … Continue Reading Thoughts of You –– Sydney Walrath
The Snow – written by Zoe Curtis (Grade 9) Have you ever just stood outside, at night, in the snow? There is a certain kind of tranquility, but also a … Continue Reading The Snow – Zoe Curtis