Due to the coronavirus, everybody has been advised to stay inside. With being home for so long, there is only so much people can do inside the house. This has … Continue Reading Social Media Usage By: Maya Vereen
Almost halfway through 2020, what can we expect for gaming? by: Leah Gaskins For a few months now, countries heavily impacted by the COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic have spent more … Continue Reading New Year, New Games:
With the spread of the Covid-19 virus, various jobs were forced to close down to prevent the spread of the virus. The ramifications from this protective measure was that many … Continue Reading Act: Pandemic, Scene: Film Production, Action? By Aaron Watts
As Covid-19 still spreads through the United States and the quarantine keeps being extended, many industries have taken a hard blow. From restaurants to oil, the Coronavirus has caused a … Continue Reading Domestic Food Shortage by Sadman Hassan
Boxing is a sport like no other. From the build-up to the fight to the fighters finally facing off in the ring, boxing is an age-old form of entertainment. From … Continue Reading The Case Against Floyd Mayweather: The Boring Boxer by Elijah Sumalbag
During this international pandemic, there are a lot of emotions going on right now. The biggest emotional crisis for many students is about the class of 2020 not having a … Continue Reading The Class of 2020: A Graduation that No One Saw Coming by Ciara Lott
We’re almost halfway through the year of 2020, and there have been plenty of events that will be recalled in many people’s history books generations from now. The large majority … Continue Reading The Calm Before The Storm: A Look Into The History of the Coronavirus by Ayat Chapman
Getting a pet as a child or even as an adult is always a good feeling, right? It’s the feeling of having someone always there for you who will … Continue Reading National Pet Month! by Na’jhay Whren-Jones
That’s right, the man who brought you the cartoon analogy of entering a new year being like going on a plane ride decided to put down MS paint because the … Continue Reading Real Talk from the Resident Cartoonist by David Afforo
Coronavirus are a series of viruses that mostly infect mammals. One example of a coronavirus disease is SARS. SARS is an infectious disease with symptoms including fever and cough, and … Continue Reading What is the Coronavirus? by Jada Coley
Get ready because in March OMHS will be premiering Footloose: The Musical! It will be “big, bold, and physical!” says Ms. Hoffen, the Director who is excited for everyone … Continue Reading OMHS Presents Footloose: The Musical
It’s cliche to start a recap of a decade with an “It was one crazy 10 years” and overly exaggerate details of the 2010s. Yet, looking back on everything that … Continue Reading A Recap of the 2010s
Did you know that Valentine’s Day is the second-largest card-giving holiday right after Christmas? Valentine’s Day is a well-known holiday in the U.S. and other places around the world, … Continue Reading History of Valentine’s Day!
Valentine’s Day is a day full of love, yet people tend to despise it due to the exclusionary feeling it gives off. There’s always a conflict between people who … Continue Reading Valentine’s Day: Is it Worth it?
Black History Month and Assembly February is the annual celebration of historical achievements by African Americans to recognize the roles and struggles they have conquered in U.S. history. Since … Continue Reading The History of Black History Month
Romance is in the air this month as the world observes the holiday of Valentine’s Day. Every February 14th, society becomes a little more sentimental as candy and flowers … Continue Reading Understanding White Day: The Foreign Follow Up to Valentine’s Day