Midterm Elections 2022

What Outcomes to Expect On Tuesday, November 8, The United States will hold the 2022 Midterm Elections to fill the seats opening in Congress in the 2024 terms. This year, 35 senate seats and 435 House of Representatives seats will be changed, turned, and filled. Two-year House terms are coming to a close as well as some six-year senate terms, causing much anticipation within the … Continue reading Midterm Elections 2022

Rescheduled Renovations for OMHS

Since 2009, OMHS has been scheduled to receive renovations, yet, renovations have continuously been delayed. Most recently, the renovations scheduled for 2026 were delayed until 2033. On September 21, the OMHS Student Executive Board held an assembly explaining exactly what that would mean for the school, urging students to testify at the HCPSS Board of Education meeting with their perspectives. Hundreds of students signed a … Continue reading Rescheduled Renovations for OMHS

2022 Azerbaijani Illegal Invasion of Armenia

Recently, on September 12th 2022, the armed forces of Azerbaijan renewed their war with Armenia, leaving a trail of blood and death in their path. This causes a humanitarian disaster in the small caucasian country of Armenia. This conflict is not new and has its roots in the fall of the soviet union where both countries fought over the land of  Nagorno-Karabakh, a region legally … Continue reading 2022 Azerbaijani Illegal Invasion of Armenia

Dangerous Treats

Finding Harmful Drugs In Your Halloween Candy Halloween is right around the corner. Everyone is excited about all the new costumes, tricks, and especially treats. Many are excited for treats, especially the king sized candies such as Hershey’s, KitKats, and many more.While we all are excited about Halloween, there are some things we should keep in mind and be careful of. Surprisingly, one of the … Continue reading Dangerous Treats

What’s Going on in Kazakhstan?

Earlier this year in January, the president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, requested assistance from the Russian-led military alliance of the Collective Security Treaty Organization to calm the streets of the largest city in Kazakhstan—Almaty. The streets erupted with protests against the rise of gas prices.  These protests morphed into violence, with armed rioters and government forces fighting against each other. On January 5th and 6th, … Continue reading What’s Going on in Kazakhstan?