The student newspaper of Ossining High School

The Current

The student newspaper of Ossining High School

The Current

The student newspaper of Ossining High School

The Current

The Pacific Gas and Electricity Company Shuts Down Power Lines in Northern California to Prevent Wildfires

The Pacific Gas and Electricity Company Shuts Down Power Lines in Northern California to Prevent Wildfires

Caera Matthews, Staff Writer November 3, 2019

Wildfires have torn through California, destroying homes and forests. Recently, a new tactic has been developed to help prevent these fires. Power lines can spark and cause fires. After the news that powerful...

Another day at the office as the Trail Blazers continue to roll.

Can the Trail Blazers Maintain their Hot Start?

Benjamin Radhuber, Staff Writer December 18, 2013

At the beginning of the NBA season, not many people predicted that the Portland Trail Blazers would be 18-4, holding the second best record in the entire NBA. Not many could have predicted that the team...

Theres a new club in town!

A New Club in Town: The Story of The Teenage Republicans Club

Elliott Reichman, Staff Writer December 18, 2013

On December 11th, 2013, a new club was initiated. The Teenage Republicans Club attracted 25 students to its first meeting. The Current got to sit down with Aaron Spring, the chairman and founder of the...

Shhh! Im Trying to...Play Computer Games?

Shhh! I’m Trying to…Play Computer Games?

Robert Cafarelli, Student Life Editor November 13, 2013

What do we think of when we think “library?” For many, the image of people fastidiously reading or studying or a librarian shushing a group of people that are talking often come to mind. However, for...

Behind the Breakup: Why The JoBros are Calling ‘it Quits’

Paul Kleiman, News Editor November 13, 2013

On October 30th the well-known Disney boy band, the Jonas Brothers, announced one of their biggest moves yet: breaking up. So what does this mean for the one of the most highly regarded teen boy-bands...

When an Allegory Goes Haywire

When an Allegory Goes Haywire

Paul Kleiman, News Editor October 22, 2013

Malcolm Gladwell, the esteemed American-Canadian author, made his first premier on Ted.Com recently, with the intent of providing the comeuppance that all biblical historians deserve. With a talk that...

Teachers Using Google +

Teachers Using Google +

Elliott Reichman, Staff Writer October 22, 2013

Nowadays, education is becoming more innovative and interactive. Recently OHS has made the decision to adopt Google plus for teachers to use it in lessons, for homework, and much more. Many people-- including...

Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week

Raimundo Matos, Staff Writer October 21, 2013

With the beginning of the school year also comes fashion season. London, New York and Milan hosted their fashion weeks at the beginning of the season, and the season came to an end in Paris. Fashion houses...

Minnesota Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

Minnesota Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

Andrew Leibert, Staff Writer May 31, 2013

  Minnesota is making waves without an ocean! The Minnesota State Legislature passed a bill allowing same-sex marriage in Minnesota. Minnesota is one of only 12 states in the country to have legalized...

The Subway Miracle

The Subway Miracle

Julia Solari, Entertainment Editor May 9, 2013

What began as a normal day in August, 2000, would later take an unforgettable turn when Danny Stewart stepped off the subway in the 14th street station en route to his and partner Peter Meruno’s NYC...

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