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Measles Outbreak Scares New Yorkers

Measles Outbreak Scares New Yorkers

Daisy Bolger, Staff Writer

May 6, 2019


Filed under Archive, News, News Archive

Though 2019 is still young, it has been nothing short of controversial. From the Mueller Report to the College Admission Scandal, there has been much to talk about. Included in these issues lies arguably one of the most dangerous: anti-vaxxers. These skeptics have refused vaccines for themselves and...

Travel with Ninos: A Week in Italy

Travel with Ninos: A Week in Italy

Angela Torricella, Editor-in-Chief

May 4, 2019


Filed under Archive, Showcase, Student Life, Student Life Archive

As you’ve probably seen on numerous Instagram pages, the students of OHS went to Italy over spring break, hosted by the incredible Mr. Ninos. I was one of the lucky students who went abroad with the current and retired teachers of Ossining High School, and I had one of the most fun experiences of my...

Boeing Airplane Crashes: What Happened?

Boeing Airplane Crashes: What Happened?

Kevin Brito, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019


Filed under Features, Features Archive, Showcase

The Two Boeing Crashes On October 29, 2018, budget airline Lion Air Flight 610 departed from the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta, Indonesia. The flight was headed to Pangkal Pinang. After a few minutes after takeoff, the plane reported experiencing airspeed and altitude issues. The pilo...

What Can We Learn From the History of the War on Drugs?

What Can We Learn From the History of the War on Drugs?

Tali Fel, Opinions Editor

May 1, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Opinions Archive, Opinions Archive

Numerous drugs, including cannabis, opium, coca, and psychedelics that are today classified as illegal were actually in popular use for thousands of years as medicinal and spiritual aids. The decision to identify certain drugs as illicit often have little or no basis in a scientific assessment of the...

College Admissions Scandal

College Admissions Scandal

Abigail Mestrich, News Editor

April 11, 2019


Filed under News, News Archive, Showcase

On March 11th, 2019, federal prosecutors indicted 50 people who were involved in what is considered the largest college admissions fraud in history. Many affluent parents orchestrated the acceptance of their children into top, prestigious universities. People were shocked to find out that many familiar ...

Ossining Drama´s Production of Chicago: High School Edition

Ossining Drama´s Production of Chicago: High School Edition

Angela Torricella, Editor-in-Chief

March 28, 2019


Filed under Archive, Showcase, Student Life, Student Life Archive, Video, Video Archive

Ossining Drama presents...Chicago: High School Edition! Come see this spectacular production on March 28th-30th at 7:00 PM in the OHS auditorium. Hear what the cast has to say about their show. Our brilliant choreographer, Michelle Robinson, was in he original Broadway cast of Chicago. Listen ...

O’Dell Beckham Dealt to the Cleveland Browns

O’Dell Beckham Dealt to the Cleveland Browns

Cameron Takmil, Staff writer

March 28, 2019


Filed under Sports, Sports Archive

  This off season has not yet come into full effect as the draft is still a long ways from now. Despite this, a plethora of moves and acquisitions already headlined media outlets for the past few weeks. But by far the most monumental move has to be O’Dell Beckham Jr. being dealt to the Clevelan...

Athlete of the Month: Kellen Cooks

Athlete of the Month: Kellen Cooks

Nick Lividini, Sports Editor

March 8, 2019


Filed under Sports Archive, Video, Video Archive

Hear Kellen talk about juggling school, sports, and more!

President Donald Trump Shutdown

President Donald Trump Shutdown

Abigail Mestrich, News Editor

February 28, 2019


Filed under Archive, News Archive

President Donald Trump declared a government shutdown that ended up becoming the longest shutdown in national history, on December 21, 2018. This shutdown affected thousands of government workers’ lives as they were not being paid for the duration of the shutdown. A partial government shutdown is where a fed...

Is Our Democracy Deteriorating?

Is Our Democracy Deteriorating?

Daisy Bolger, Staff writer

February 27, 2019


Filed under Opinions, Opinions Archive, Showcase

     2016, a year to remember. America fought and lived through a ruthless presidential election full of convictions, illegal emails, and offensive recordings. But for many, waking up on that gloomy November 8th was the beginning of a seemingly never-ending nightmare. Women, minorities, members of t...

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