A month ago, cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin looked like they were unstoppable. They increase in value everyday, sometimes fall briefly, but still trend up. Ever since the beginning of 2017, people … Continue Reading Crypto: What’s Happening?
Black History Month is the one time of year designated solely for the Black community to celebrate our successes, perseverance, and beauty. Black History Month is meant to be a … Continue Reading Black History Month
“The only way through a bigot’s door is to breakdown,” is one of the many thunderous lines in the movie Marshall, which released earlier this year. In honor of Black … Continue Reading Marshall: Movie Review in Honor of Black History Month
As high schoolers, it may be hard to find a good place to spend time with your significant other on Valentine’s Day. If you are interested in celebrating the holiday … Continue Reading Valentine’s Day Plans
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
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?
Maya Angelou said it best. “Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.” Sam Smith … Continue Reading Sam Smith: The Thrill of It All Review
It’s that spooky time of year again; the leaves fall in beautiful colors, the crisp air wraps around you and everyone is swapping ghost stories or testing … Continue Reading Urban Legends: Myths From Around The World
Halloween is the sixth most celebrated holiday in America according to a poll from The Guardian taken in 2017. As kids dress up as ghouls and goblins, … Continue Reading Halloween Makeup: The Faces That Scare and Slay
What do people think of when they hear the word “fall?” The obvious answer would be pumpkin spice themed food or even other products. Concerts … Continue Reading Local Fall Events: Upcoming To a Place Near You
To say that Oakland Mills High School has a supportive atmosphere would be an understatement––it is evident that not only do we facilitate cultural learning and expression, but fervently … Continue Reading The Black History Month Assembly
In 2014, the second leading cause of death among 10-24 year olds and college-age youths was suicide. According to The Parent Resource Program, since 2014, more teens have died from … Continue Reading Suicide Prevention Awareness
Oakland Mills Air Force JROTC – Department of the Air Force CADET LIEUTENANT COLONEL NEYRA – Public Affairs Officer JROTC REPORT During the first semester of the 2016-2017 school year, the … Continue Reading JROTC Report on First Semester
If you haven’t already heard, League of Legends ranked Season 6 ended on November 8. With LoLEsports, several teams competing fought their way until two teams (SK Telecom T1 and … Continue Reading League of Legends: Preseason is here, gamers––get ready!
Pokémon GO took over our summer, having us traveling all throughout neighborhoods in search of that ever-elusive Abra and Hitmonlee. Since everyone’s summer was occupied by … Continue Reading Pokémon Sun and Moon: Aloha, new Trainers!