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Lana Del Rey Postpones Performance in Israel

Lana Del Rey Postpones Performance in Israel

Caera Matthews, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


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Singer Lana Del Rey has pulled out of her performance at Israel’s Meteor Festival. Following pressure from fans and activists, the popular artist announced on Twitter that “It’s important to me to perform in both Palestine and Israel and treat all my fans equally. … therefore I’m postponing...

Mychael Vernon Commits to Oregon State University for Volleyball

Mychael Vernon Commits to Oregon State University for Volleyball

Nick Lividini, Sports Editor

October 16, 2018


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Since she has been in the seventh grade, Mychael Vernon has been considered the face of Ossining Girls Volleyball. Mychael led her team to a Section 1 class AA Championship back in 2016, following a stellar season and one of the best Ossining Volleyball has seen in its history. Her aggressiveness, height...

Infinity War Review

Infinity War Review

Patrick Saint Ange, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


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Avengers Infinity War is not a movie in a traditional sense. After ten years and 18 films, the creative minds behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) have delivered on their promise of a truly momentous spectacle, but it isn't without fault. Despite its faults, however, it is truly remarkable and inco...

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Launch is a Success

SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Launch is a Success

Vishnu Polkampally, Features Editor

April 12, 2018


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The Falcon Heavy, the world’s most powerful rocket, was launched from Florida on Tuesday sending Elon Musk’s Tesla roadster in the asteroid belt well beyond mars. The launch required twenty seven engines and nearly five million pounds of thrust to lift rocket from earth. As spectacular as the launch...

DACA vs Trump Administration

DACA vs Trump Administration

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

February 28, 2018


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As many have heard, the DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, program, was ended by the Trump administration in September of 2017. The Obama-era program shielded 800,000 young undocumented immigrants, that were brought here as children, from deportation in the United States. The Trump administ...

A Look Inside the OHS Barnes Library

A Look Inside the OHS Barnes Library

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

November 30, 2017


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We walk into the library during our offs to hangout with friends, do our homework a period before its due, and attend the numerous events that take place in our own high school information center. Yet, we overlook the remaining wide range of resources offered by our own high school library. The OHS...

Did The Solar Eclipse Live Up To Its Hype?

Did The Solar Eclipse Live Up To Its Hype?

Darwin Arias, Features Editor

October 2, 2017


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It is safe to say that on August 21, 2017, almost the entire United States population had heard of and awaited the solar eclipse that had been recognized as the first total solar eclipse visible from coast to coast to cross the U.S. in 99 years. Observers along the 2017 solar eclipse’s path of totality...

Cassini’s Epic Journey to Saturn

Cassini’s Epic Journey to Saturn

Sri Polkampally, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


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Cassini-Huygens is an unmanned spacecraft sent to the planet Saturn as a cooperative project of NASA, the European Space Agency, and the Italian Space Agency. Cassini is a Flagship-class NASA–ESA–ASI robotic spacecraft -- the fourth space probe to visit Saturn and the first to enter its orbit. Officially...

Snap, Inc. Becomes A Publicly Traded Company

Snap, Inc. Becomes A Publicly Traded Company

Elliott Reichman, Managing Editor

March 30, 2017


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Social media has been a staple in American culture since the early 2000s. It has shaped social interaction, and presents platforms that allow people to be connected in ways that were unachievable before. As social media has grown more and more popular, the business side of social media has generated...

The Great Barrier Reef is Dying, Scientists Say

The Great Barrier Reef is Dying, Scientists Say

Jared Fel, Features Editor

March 30, 2017


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The Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's most amazing natural wonders, is in a severe amount of trouble. The once immaculate and pristine northern sector of the reef, a section encompassing more than a hundred miles, was recently found dead due to a profound increase in seawater temperatures -- a process...

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