This year, OMHS teachers Mrs. Wright and Mr. Clifford created an assignment to the Advanced Composition class to compose poems in honor of Veteran’s Day. The poems were allowed to … Continue Reading Annual Veteran’s Day Observance Poems
You might’ve seen her roaming the hallways, or maybe sitting at a table on her computer at lunch. Find a tall, brown, curly-haired woman roaming around and you … Continue Reading Ms. Arnetta Young
It has been a crazy offseason for the National Basketball Association (NBA). After finishing the NBA Playoffs—which included the Golden State Warriors beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in … Continue Reading NBA Blockbuster Offseason Trades
This year on the OM golf team, the girls won four matches. Those wins came against Atholton, Mt. Hebron, River Hill, and Long Reach, while the boys … Continue Reading OM Golf: Small Team, Big Gains
The OM Cross Country Season is off to a very strong start for the boys team, while the girls have showed as much resilience and fight as … Continue Reading Scorpions Cross Country: Off to a Promising Strong Start
It’s Halloween! Now is the perfect time to watch a spooky movie, whether alone or with friends. Let’s talk about the new movie that came out on … Continue Reading Halloween Movies: Spooky and Scary Cinema Greats
The Oscars are a prestigious award show that celebrate the best moments in cinema for movies and actors every year. When “Oscar season” rolls around, the media is … Continue Reading The Academy’s Awards’ Fall From Grace: How the Oscars Have Suffered a Decline in Quality
If Howard County capped the age for trick-or-treating, how would you feel? In Canada, a town restricts the age for trick or treaters at sixteen. If any … Continue Reading Too Old To Trick Or Treat?: A Safe Halloween for All Ages
A conspiracy theory has many different definitions and variations. Most will agree that conspiracy theories are ways to understand the world and keep a peace of mind. … Continue Reading Conspiracy Theories: Always Waiting To Be Discovered
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
North Korea. The country that has been on everyone’s mind as President Trump ramps up his rhetoric on the actions he is willing to take against … Continue Reading North Korea: How Did We Get Here?
In July 2017, one hundred and thirty one marines started the Infantry Officer course, with only eighty eight graduating on September 25. According to TIME, thirty two … Continue Reading First Female Infantry Officer: A Breakthrough in Military Status
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria each broke records this year, which stunned even extreme weather scientists. Forty-five named storms have been recorded so far in 2017, with … Continue Reading Hurricanes and Climate Change: Is There Any Connection?
On Sunday, October 1, Las Vegas witnessed the deadliest shooting in United States history, which resulted in fifty-eight deaths and over five hundred injuries. The gunman fired … Continue Reading The Recovery of Tina Front: Finding Hope Among the Las Vegas Tragedy