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Students Angered by Riots at the Capitol

Students Angered by Riots at the Capitol
January 19, 2021

Around 10:00 EST, Jan. 6, 2021:  United States President Donald J. Trump held a rally inspiring the Save America March down Pennsylvania Avenue. “We’re supposed to protect our country, support...

Deliveries are up and shopping in person is down

UPS drivers like Robert Ervin work extra hours to deliver packages. More people have turned to ordering online rather than going into stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 has changed the way America does business
January 4, 2021

     Covid-19 has affected all aspects of delivery services - the companies, the deliverers, and the receivers.       Shopping has been different the past year. Some stores are shut down completely,...

Culture Shock—It’s Shocking

Sophie Fenton and her friends in Argentina enjoy a fun day of exploring the city. They visited Jujuy on vacation in late July 2019.
December 28, 2020

    When I first arrived in Argentina, I was overwhelmed, confused, and intimidated by all of the differences present in the culture. The language barrier was by far the hardest to approach, but it...

Feathers and Flames: How the September wildfires affected the community

Wildfires displace animals. The Clackamas County Fairgrounds became a place where families and animals could evacuate.
December 17, 2020

     When I woke up on Sept. 16, 2020, the sky was a hazy orange and the sun shined an apocalyptic red. By the time I had finished my breakfast, which consisted of two aspirin, one banana, and one...

Sunrise on a new senior tradition

Because students couldn't meet face-to-face on campus, seniors organized their own Senior Sunrise at Cook Park. The event didn't go off without a hitch. The smoke from wildfires covered the sun and even made visibility across the parking lot a difficulty.
Leadership class adapts activities and students create their own in order to make senior year memorable
October 20, 2020

     Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the leadership class was unable to hold a traditional Senior Sunrise.       In the past years, seniors would wake up early the morning of the first day...

IB Program continues in Covid

Mike Savage brings students up to date with how the IB Program is adapting in a Q&A.
October 13, 2020

Back to School (at Home)

Set up in her home office, senior Celine Yutzie waits to join her first period Google Meet, Government with Weber.
We got the questions, you got the answers; four students weigh in on the first week of distance learning
September 24, 2020

Celine Yutzie by Aubrey Jordan Q: What was your first week of school like, was it what you expected? A: My first day wasn’t as exciting as past years. It was pretty awkward, actually, because...

Protests Around the Nation

In early June graffiti covered boarded up storefronts in downtown Portland.
September 17, 2020

     Whether people call it peaceful protests or riots, communities around the nation have seen a summer of unrest. Sunday marked the 100th day of protests in Portland.      Originally enraged...

Final Inspection

Although the courtyard is still a mud pit, the building is coming along around it. The business wing, commons and athletic wing will be ready for students in the fall.
After four years of reporting, James Favot writes one last construction article.
June 4, 2020

     On the first day of our freshman year, my peers and I walked into a building where everything was new and uncertain. The future lay ahead of us, as unknown and mysterious as all the halls and...

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