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Women’s History Month Photo Competition: Winning Submissions

June 3, 2021

In recognition of Women's History Month, The Current held a photo contest and challenged OHS students to capture images of inspirational women in their lives. Congratulations to senior Leila Kilion and...

Her head held high.

Black History Month Photo Competition: Winning Submissions

June 3, 2021

In recognition of Black History Month, The Current held a photo contest and challenged the students of OHS to honor the Black community through their photography. Congratulations to senior Megan Spedaliere...

The Life and Death of Malcolm X: Remembering a Civil Rights Icon

Aiden Fel, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

On February 21st, 1965, Malcolm X, regarded by many as one of the most significant and controversial civil rights activists of the 20th century, was assassinated in a string of violence against civil rights...

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Together We Will Rise: The 11th annual P.S. I Love You Day Campaign

Gianna Schiavo and Jenipher Tenesaca May 10, 2021

Friday, February 12th marked the 11th anniversary of the P.S. I Love You Day campaign—a day recognized by OHS students and staff alike. P.S. I Love You Day is an organization that's mission is to...

News Roundup; Things We Couldn’t Stop Thinking About

A lot has happened these past few months. Here are a couple things we couldn’t stop thinking about!
Shania Flores and Anjali Layman March 4, 2021

Look Back: Members of Trump’s Cabinet Resigning, Anjali Layman On January 6, 2021, President Donald Trump gave a speech at the Washington Monument in which he falsely claimed that the results of the...

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February Artist of the Month: Luke Zebelman

Linlee Mangialardi, Student Life Editor February 28, 2021

For the month of February, The Current chose to feature freshman Luke Zebelman as artist of the month. Surrounded by music from a young age, Luke has dedicated a lot of time to improving his skills and...

Signs of Love on Underhill Road - Ella Castrillon, Grade 9

The Month of Love!

Ella Castrillon and Daisy Bolger February 28, 2021

Today, Valentine's Day goes beyond its surface-level meaning. Acceptance, unity, respect, and self-love have become modern, core values of the holiday, and are now widely celebrated. The Current's photographers...

COVID-19 Is Disproportionately Affecting Black and Brown Americans In More Ways Than One

COVID-19 Is Disproportionately Affecting Black and Brown Americans In More Ways Than One

Shania Flores, Staff Writer February 22, 2021
The widespread distrust of developments such as the COVID-19 vaccine and the handling of infection and death rates of the virus within minority communities displays yet another facet of racial inequality within American society
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Ossining Schools Dismissed Early in Anticipation of Inclement Weather 

Mary Ford, Editor-In-Chief February 22, 2021

OSSINING—In an email sent out this morning, Ossining’s district office notified students and families that in light of the day’s forecast, the district would be dismissing its six schools early....

Democracy Prevailed: Looking Back at the Riot at the Capitol on January 6th

Since the events of January 6th, the country has been embroiled in a national debate over the bounds of Presidential power and privilege that lies with one's race. Here's what you need to know about an event the country will forever remember.
Charlotte Kane, Staff Writer February 21, 2021

On January 6, 2021, hundreds of angry rioters arrived at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. to protest against the results of the 2020 presidential election and the certification of President Biden’s...

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